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And it was making -- of them in a way that was wholly inappropriate whether they had.
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We go out to a transformational in America it's a it's a very serious time there was a time I talk about this in the book.
It was a time there was a kid -- -- -- -- Yankee like a heat -- Yankee hat backwards and people would Cuomo -- You know like some just a nasty words that aren't like that bright kid trying to be black and they would try to come -- with names and isn't just a kid who -- -- run DMC.
He grew up -- global Metallica -- gonna run DMC so.
He was going through this transformation but America was going to a transmission -- the exact same time trying to understand.
Oppressed people now becoming you know mainstream popularity driving trends and watch how did this music town council.
How did this culture while while -- -- you would address like that why you.
Acting this way but it was the same thing coming out of the baby boomers generation tax -- -- -- -- there was like no we have sex and we small part to -- that we like that kind of stuff why you know.
You know so it is always going to be a level of -- tension we knew that generational shifts that take place I think we're going to one right now.
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Record and there are clothes that don't -- -- artists war looked.
Cool so that was but the records sound ago so you know.
A lot of them sounded good a lot of them actually sounded like noise -- -- got what they were writing it.
Was action poetic that you have to get through some of the beats and some of the noise.
Because it wasn't necessarily they didn't have the greatest equipment to produce great music.
In the book junior I've been -- the most famous reduced to do was born to replenish -- jeans producer said when He -- first heard snoop dog inducted drape it reminded him.
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White culture became an important.
Asset clause and doesn't -- All the messages are important and it was will be became a voice of a generation.
And I speak about -- so anybody who's at home you have parents you parent you have kids you -- -- understand what caused them to see the world -- see the world look.
You and have a a better understanding -- how this culture gotten to their house and your house and why they see the world this way.
Please read the book I think it's a very important document.
It's a great history of -- -- I'll let us that's a it's a great history of music is a great history.
Of culture got a great joke and that was hanging -- -- Well Roger Moore.
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You know they try to do it -- -- -- to be wasn't clearly there there was a -- just a enough off that you couldn't you know national of -- system.
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