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    Quote Originally Posted by kathaariancode View Post
    They're a great band. I didn't appreciate them enough until I read about the National Liberation Front in Algiers and terrorism that took place in the Casbah. Prior to that I vaguely knew a Casbah was some type of city in Islamic countries.

    Whatchu playing Mister D? I'm down for some Stravinsky or Chopin if that's your flavor!
    My father was there and in the Belgian Congo. He was wounded as part of Dutch UN peacekeeping force. Don't ask me why he was attached to a Dutch outfit.

    The video for Rock the Casbah is one of my earliest childhood memories of MTV. That was back in the 80s when MTV used to actually play music. I was 6 I believe when that video first aired. I used to watch MTV for hours every afternoon. I hate their version of I Fought the Law though. It's dreadful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathaariancode View Post
    I've been on a huge Clash kick:

    NP:

    I always like this song. One of their more thoughtful ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    My father was there and in the Belgian Congo. He was wounded as part of Dutch UN peacekeeping force. Don't ask me why he was attached to a Dutch outfit.

    The video for Rock the Casbah is one of my earliest childhood memories of MTV. That was back in the 80s when MTV used to actually play music. I was 6 I believe when that video first aired. I used to watch MTV for hours every afternoon. I hate their version of I Fought the Law though. It's dreadful.
    That's interesting, D. He must have a lot of good stories about those times.

    That must have been cool to see, MTV playing music. I have no recollection of that. Agreed about The Clash's Fought the Law. I like the original and the Dead Kennedys version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy View Post
    Nothing like a good angry song to get your spirits up.

    Good song, I like the original a bit better though:


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    NP: Funkadelic Can You Get To That


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    Quote Originally Posted by kathaariancode View Post
    That's interesting, D. He must have a lot of good stories about those times.

    That must have been cool to see, MTV playing music. I have no recollection of that. Agreed about The Clash's Fought the Law. I like the original and the Dead Kennedys version.
    Hardly ever mentions it and I pried a little as a kid but when I grew up I realized there must be a reason for that...

    MTV sucked by the mid 1990s, IMO. They had this show called The Headbangers Ball which I tried to catch when I was into metal but that was the end of my interest.
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    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    Hardly ever mentions it and I pried a little as a kid but when I grew up I realized there must be a reason for that...

    MTV sucked by the mid 1990s, IMO. They had this show called The Headbangers Ball which I tried to catch when I was into metal but that was the end of my interest.
    From what I understand they still have the Headbangers Ball really late at night when everyone is playing paid programming. I saw that once or twice but what I heard isn't really much of the metal I'm interested in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathaariancode View Post
    Good song, I like the original a bit better though:

    Yeah, I prefer the Metallica one but they're both good.


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