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Monday, October 8
“I’d been into punk, and to me hip hop was the black 
punk rock, just nobody else looked at it that way
, Rick Rubin on his role as early hip hop producer1.
 
Song analysis: Savannah
“Black Steel”, “Nadir’s BigChance”, “Love Song”.
 2.
 
If not done yet, order
Ramones
book.3.
 
What is the effect of HR’s desire to bring in but then
taunt his audience (p. 414)? In other words, what might be the symbolic meaning of such a gesture?How might this relate to the relations in punk? Inthe United States? Write about 10 minutes here.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZotWsKfPwA&t=50m30s 4.
 
Richard Hell quote, p. 6 of Bangs.
“"He thinks he's
being part of something by doing that joining a clubthat'll welcome him with open arms, trying to get accepted. It's not real. Maybe I'm naive, but I think that's what all racism is not really directed at thetarget but designed to impress some other moron."
Bangs’ “rebuttal”: “But that's begging the q
uestionagain. Most people, I guess, don't even think about drawing the lines: they just seem to go through life
reacting at random.”
 i.
 
What do we think about these twostatements?5.
 
For Wednesday: read and listen to Needles AndPins / The Ramones; Fanfare in the Garden /Essential Logic; People Who Died / Jim Carroll:Daniel J.6.

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