Political music

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    Tripe.
     
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    I enjoy music because it resonates with me emotionally, the political message doesn't matter much to me unless the singer gets on a soap box and starts preachin' then it kinda' turns me off.

    I've enjoyed Neil Young's music all my life although I haven't agreed with him politically all the time. But I must admit the older I get, the more I see where he's coming from!

    EDIT: Just watched the OP's video, turned it off after 3 seconds. Most Rap makes me wanna' kill people, I can't stand it. Is THAT political? :lol:
     
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    I never heard stuff by "Pennywise" and CTraffik" but sometimes the left confuses politics with anarchy. "Courtesy of the Red White and Blue" by Toby Keith and "Whiskey for my men and Beer for my horses" also Toby Keith could be considered political. I like "God Bless the USA" by Lee Greenwood and "Where were you when the world stopped turning" by Alan Jackson.
     

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