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All City (1983) Old School Hip-Hop Documentary By Henry Chalfant South Bronx Fashion Moda

 

Henry Chalfant the co-creator of Style Wars brings you this Hip-Hop documentary shot in the early 80’s South Bronx at community art center Fashion Moda. Break dancing, Beat Boxing, Graffiti, MCing, DJing…all the original elements are represented. Hosted by Spank TC5.


File under Arts 'n Crafts, Blast From The Past, Culture, Fashion, Graffiti, Hip-Hop, Music, SeMeN SPeRmS BLArRrG, SeMeN SPeRmS ViDeO CLuB

Youth Suicide Fantasy – Does Their Music Make Them Do It? 80’s Rock Hysteria

A 1980s Christian investigative report linking rock music and suicide. Lots of criticism of Boy George, AC/DC, Mick Jagger, transvestites, drugs, sex, satanism, etc. Many great moments, especially their description of the time they tried to shut down a Prince concert.


Dan & Steve Peters authors of Why Knock Rock?


“Youth Suicide Fantasy,” a perfect encapsulation of the logic-free heavy metal hysteria that shook parents in the 1980s. Shot on video, this half-hour jawdropper presents two brothers plugging their book, Why Knock Rock, while bashing such acts as Motley Crue, Prince, KISS (whose name gets a funny explanation here countering the usual Knights in Satan’s Service myth), AC/DC, the Rolling Stones (with a young, crotch-grabbing shot of Jagger offered as proof of his decadence), and several no-name bands. Of course, it’s all really a platform to attack such diverse targets as bondage, homosexuality, and pornography; the last of these gets the silliest attacks, with these guys claiming the most popular commercial erotica these days involves abused children and animals. The mind reels.

-Mondo-Digital.com



Youth Suicide Fantasy

File under $=666, Culture, Drunk Kids, It Only Gets Worse, Massive Consumption of Drugs, Music, SeMeN SPeRmS Approved, SeMeN SPeRmS BLArRrG, SeMeN SPeRmS ViDeO CLuB, Sex