Disco sparked a backlash from rock music fans. This opposition was prominent enough that the White Sox, seeking to fill seats at Comiskey Park during a lackluster season, engaged Chicago shock jock and anti-disco campaigner Steve Dahl for the promotion at the July 12 doubleheader. Dahl's sponsoring radio station was 9. WLUP, so attendees would pay 98 cents and bring a disco record; between games, Dahl would destroy the collected vinyl in an explosion. He was hired by rival album-rock station WLUP, the Loop. Sensing an incipient anti-disco backlash and playing off the publicity surrounding his firing (he frequently mocked WDAI's "Disco DAI" slogan on the air as "Disco DIE"), Dahl created a mock organization, the "Insane Coho Lips", an anti-disco army consisting of his listeners. According to Andy Behrens of ESPN, Dahl and his broadcast partner Garry Meier "organized the.
Скачать Anti-Rock - . On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Photo of Anti-Rock - . More albums of Anti-Rock: . This album was released on the label Goody Music Records (catalog number GOM 7021). This album was released in 1980 year. All track songs from this album Anti-Rock - . Download mp3. Length of track. Find music audio mp3 or zip. mp3 or zip. 4:40.
Disco can be seen as a reaction to both the dominance of rock music and the stigmatization of dance music by the counterculture during this period. Several dance styles were developed during the period of disco's popularity in the United States, including the Bump and the Hustle. Lead guitar features less frequently in disco than in rock
Disco: a complete history. Disco music is still enjoyed today in the 21st century, but the flamboyant fashions have been relegated to vintage fancy dress and costume parties. However, disco fashion is so popular because the clothes are so fun and flamboyant you can really show your extrovert side. Here is a complete history of disco and disco fashion. The heyday of disco fashion blossomed from the music played at gay underground New York clubs such as the Loft, Tenth Floor,and 12 West in the early 1970s.
It’s an album of footwork-rave bangers from one of Japan’s hottest footwork producers. Fresh from the dancefloors of Osaka, our next release has sprouted from the internationally lauded Japanese footwork scene. The difference though, is that this producer slays. As you’d expect from a guy that’s been active in the Japanese breakcore scene for the last ten years. The result is like smacking a breakdancer in the face with a garbage can, then treating the cuts with an LSD salve. Don’t expect the same old samples. This is rave, baby . anti-civ The oaky afterbirth of footwork, acid house, and breakbeat hardcore.
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- Matrix / Runout: 94GOM 7021 - 1N 1-4-80
- Matrix / Runout: 94GOM 7021 - 2N 1-4-80
|GOM 7021||Anti-Rock||D.I.S.C.O. (7")||Goody Music Records||GOM 7021||Italy||1980|
|GOM 77007||Anti-Rock||D.I.S.C.O. (12")||Goody Music Records||GOM 77007||Italy||1980|