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      Quote Originally Posted by shakim1969 View Post
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      Good looks on this Shakim. I havent seen it. but I cant find a good copy online so far. Downloading Cry freedom torrent right now tho.
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      The original film version, "Raisin in the Sun," by Lorraine Hansberry, an ideological tour-de-force; "Black Orpheus", which is just a treat to watch; "Bopha!", a look inside the Black Consciousness Movement (main character based on a close comrade of mine); "The Murder of Fred Hampton", a documentary; "The Battle of Algiers", a film dramatizing the Algerian war of independence; "The Battle of Dien Bien Phu" (not sure about the title), about the French defeat by Vietnamese freedom fighters.

      I have seen lots more stuff but it ain't all rolling off the top of my head at this time of night. I like the anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist logic of films like "Terminator" and "The Matrix", which are based upon the anti-colonial response to the bourgeois objective of eliminating labor and work.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Langalibalele View Post
      The original film version, "Raisin in the Sun," by Lorraine Hansberry, an ideological tour-de-force; "Black Orpheus", which is just a treat to watch; "Bopha!", a look inside the Black Consciousness Movement (main character based on a close comrade of mine); "The Murder of Fred Hampton", a documentary; "The Battle of Algiers", a film dramatizing the Algerian war of independence; "The Battle of Dien Bien Phu" (not sure about the title), about the French defeat by Vietnamese freedom fighters.

      I have seen lots more stuff but it ain't all rolling off the top of my head at this time of night. I like the anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist logic of films like "Terminator" and "The Matrix", which are based upon the anti-colonial response to the bourgeois objective of eliminating labor and work.
      Thanks. Watchin Battle Vietnam: Dien Bien Phu right now. Pretty serious. Lots of footage. I think Ill upload it too.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Vic da god View Post
      Thanks. Watchin Battle Vietnam: Dien Bien Phu right now. Pretty serious. Lots of footage. I think Ill upload it too.
      Vic da God, them Vietnamese righteously kicked that ass, I mean the film interviews the French general who surrendered since his commanding officer committed suicide. The grim footage shows how the French used bodies of their own dead as sandbags to absorb fire and bomb blasts; it details how the Vietnamese deployed trench warfare to surround the fort and defeat the most elite of French fighting forces. The contradiction became rooted in Paris, which should have realized when their men were boxed in, when they only had one damn fort left, that it was time for a negotiated settlement. Exposes the gross irrationality and anarchy of Imperialism.
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      Điên Biên Phú





      The longest, most furious battle of the French Expeditionary Corps in the Far East. 170 days of confrontation. 57 days of hell

      After World War II, Communist Viet Minh forces pushed and expelled the French colonists from Vietnam. In 1954, in a major righteous ass whooping, the Viet Minh destroyed the French at Dien Bien Phu. United States Secretary of State John Foster Dulles announced the fall Dien Bien Phu on television and radio on May 8, 1954, sparking future American and European ass whoopings all over the world.

      Thanks for this one Langalibalele

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      I would have to say Cry Freedom. Steve Biko was one of South Afrika's greatest heroes,and because he defied colonial oppression,he was killed while trying to liberate our brothers and sisters.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Vic da god View Post
      Điên Biên Phú

      Dien Bien Phu
      The longest, most furious battle of the French Expeditionary Corps in the Far East. 170 days of confrontation. 57 days of hell

      After World War II, Communist Viet Minh forces pushed and expelled the French colonists from Vietnam. In 1954, in a major righteous ass whooping, the Viet Minh destroyed the French at Dien Bien Phu. United States Secretary of State John Foster Dulles announced the fall Dien Bien Phu on television and radio on May 8, 1954, sparking future American and European ass whoopings all over the world.

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      Blessing Us with another one!!!!


      Cry Freedom (1987)






      In Sir Richard Attenborough's film "Cry Freedom," Steve Biko is an important figure because of his ongoing nonviolent resistance against racism in South Africa, which leads to his eventual martyrdom. Through Biko's treatment as a black man by the white-ruled South African government, Attenborough was able to show the extent of racism and unequal treatment that took place in South Africa during that time.

      and for the ladies out there. Denzel's in it.

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      The Spook Who Sat by the Door



      A book written by Sam Greenlee in 1969. It was made into a film in 1973. An explosive, award-winning novel in the black literary tradition, "The Spook Who Sat by the Door" is both a satire of the civil rights problems in the United States in the late 1960s and a serious attempt to focus on the issue of black militancy. Dan Freeman, the "spook who sat by the door," is enlisted in the CIA's elitist espionage program as its token black. Upon mastering agency tactics, however, he drops out to train young Chicago blacks as "Freedom Fighters." As a story of one man's reaction to ruling-class hypocrisy, the book is autobiographical and personal. As a tale of a man's reaction to oppression, it is universal.

      It also reflects the CIA's odd tradition of giving training to persons and/or groups that later use what they have learned against them.



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      Herbie Hancock - The Spook Who Sat By The Door OST
      Label - UAR
      Released - 1973
      Style - Jazz, Funk, Breaks, Blaxploitation, Weird, Abstract, Soundtrack, Herbie!

      This one is really strange. When I copped this, some of the tracks sounded like they were recorded straight off a TV speaker or something. So I put the tracks through some audio processing to even out the levels, and now it sounds much better. Just an FYI if a couple of the tracks sound different... This soundtrack is just too cool not to clean up and share! Some of Herbie's best (and most obscure) work to date, in my opinion. I'm a freak for anything Herbie or Miles from the '69 to '78 period, so I couldn't pass this up. Hopefully others agree...

      (from Dusty Groove):
      A legendary soundtrack by the great Herbie Hancock -- super-rare, and super-dope, and super-funky! The film itself is a really righteous tale about a disenchanted Vietnam vet who infiltrates the CIA, learns its tricks, and uses them to start the coming revolution -- and Herbie's score for the film is every bit as bold and powerful as the movie itself! The music's got loads and loads of heavy keyboards -- sometimes distorted and noisy, as on some of Herbie's own work of the time -- sometimes smooth and sweet, with a tasty Fender Rhodes sound -- but always tight, jazzy, and funky! The soundtrack does a good job of including background noises, sound effects, and snippets of dialogue from the film -- and there's also a few mysterious bonus bits, which seem to come from other sources, but which fit in well with the sound of the overall album! The whole thing makes for an ultra-cool listening experience that's served up in a number of dimensions -- and titles include "The Big Rip Off", "Revenge", "At The Lounge", "Training Day", "The Stick Up", and "It Begins".

      *tracklisting is a bit weird....

      Track Listing:
      1. Revolution
      Herbie Hancock
      2. The Spook Who Sat By The Door (Reprise)
      Herbie Hancock
      3. Revenge
      Herbie Hancock
      4. At The Lounge
      Herbie Hancock
      5. Training Day
      Herbie Hancock
      6. The Stick Up
      Herbie Hancock
      7. Main Theme
      Herbie Hancock
      8. Underground
      Herbie Hancock
      9. The Spook Who Sat By The Door
      Herbie Hancock
      10. The Big Rip Off
      Herbie Hancock
      11. Recruiting
      Herbie Hancock
      12. The Pick Up
      Herbie Hancock
      13. It Begins
      Herbie Hancock
      13b?. The Plan, CIA Spook, Best of the Best, Step Outside, Junkie, Man & Machine, Bad Move, I'm Black, Network
      Dialogue from the Movie


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      Quote Originally Posted by Vic da god View Post
      The Spook Who Sat by the Door



      A book written by Sam Greenlee in 1969. It was made into a film in 1973. An explosive, award-winning novel in the black literary tradition, "The Spook Who Sat by the Door" is both a satire of the civil rights problems in the United States in the late 1960s and a serious attempt to focus on the issue of black militancy. Dan Freeman, the "spook who sat by the door," is enlisted in the CIA's elitist espionage program as its token black. Upon mastering agency tactics, however, he drops out to train young Chicago blacks as "Freedom Fighters." As a story of one man's reaction to ruling-class hypocrisy, the book is autobiographical and personal. As a tale of a man's reaction to oppression, it is universal.

      It also reflects the CIA's odd tradition of giving training to persons and/or groups that later use what they have learned against them.



      download 700mb. Clean Quality!!!
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      Found this !!!!


      Herbie Hancock - The Spook Who Sat By The Door OST
      Label - UAR
      Released - 1973
      Style - Jazz, Funk, Breaks, Blaxploitation, Weird, Abstract, Soundtrack, Herbie!

      This one is really strange. When I copped this, some of the tracks sounded like they were recorded straight off a TV speaker or something. So I put the tracks through some audio processing to even out the levels, and now it sounds much better. Just an FYI if a couple of the tracks sound different... This soundtrack is just too cool not to clean up and share! Some of Herbie's best (and most obscure) work to date, in my opinion. I'm a freak for anything Herbie or Miles from the '69 to '78 period, so I couldn't pass this up. Hopefully others agree...

      (from Dusty Groove):
      A legendary soundtrack by the great Herbie Hancock -- super-rare, and super-dope, and super-funky! The film itself is a really righteous tale about a disenchanted Vietnam vet who infiltrates the CIA, learns its tricks, and uses them to start the coming revolution -- and Herbie's score for the film is every bit as bold and powerful as the movie itself! The music's got loads and loads of heavy keyboards -- sometimes distorted and noisy, as on some of Herbie's own work of the time -- sometimes smooth and sweet, with a tasty Fender Rhodes sound -- but always tight, jazzy, and funky! The soundtrack does a good job of including background noises, sound effects, and snippets of dialogue from the film -- and there's also a few mysterious bonus bits, which seem to come from other sources, but which fit in well with the sound of the overall album! The whole thing makes for an ultra-cool listening experience that's served up in a number of dimensions -- and titles include "The Big Rip Off", "Revenge", "At The Lounge", "Training Day", "The Stick Up", and "It Begins".

      *tracklisting is a bit weird....

      Track Listing:
      1. Revolution
      Herbie Hancock
      2. The Spook Who Sat By The Door (Reprise)
      Herbie Hancock
      3. Revenge
      Herbie Hancock
      4. At The Lounge
      Herbie Hancock
      5. Training Day
      Herbie Hancock
      6. The Stick Up
      Herbie Hancock
      7. Main Theme
      Herbie Hancock
      8. Underground
      Herbie Hancock
      9. The Spook Who Sat By The Door
      Herbie Hancock
      10. The Big Rip Off
      Herbie Hancock
      11. Recruiting
      Herbie Hancock
      12. The Pick Up
      Herbie Hancock
      13. It Begins
      Herbie Hancock
      13b?. The Plan, CIA Spook, Best of the Best, Step Outside, Junkie, Man & Machine, Bad Move, I'm Black, Network
      Dialogue from the Movie


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      dang, Herbie Hancock did the entire soundtrack?

      definitely gotta peep that.

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      Based on an "actual event" that took place in 1943, during World War II involving an anti-radar or invisibility experiment that caused a US Navy Destroyer Escort to disappear from Philadelphia Harbor. A sailor finds himself thrown into the future (1984).


      The Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk Survivor Accounts


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      Quote Originally Posted by Vic da god View Post
      The Spook Who Sat by the Door

      download 700mb. Clean Quality!!!
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      Found this !!!!


      Herbie Hancock - The Spook Who Sat By The Door OST
      Label - UAR
      Released - 1973
      Style - Jazz, Funk, Breaks, Blaxploitation, Weird, Abstract, Soundtrack, Herbie!

      [SIZE="1"]This one is really strange. When I copped this, some of the tracks sounded like they were recorded straight off a TV speaker or something. So I put the tracks through some audio processing to even out the levels, and now it sounds much better. Just an FYI if a couple of the tracks sound different... This soundtrack is just too cool not to clean up and share! Some of Herbie's best (and most obscure) work to date, in my opinion. I'm a freak for anything Herbie or Miles from the '69 to '78 period, so I couldn't pass this up. Hopefully others agree...

      (from Dusty Groove):
      A legendary soundtrack by the great Herbie Hancock -- super-rare, and super-dope, and super-funky! The film itself is a really righteous tale about a disenchanted Vietnam vet who infiltrates the CIA, learns its tricks, and uses them to start the coming revolution -- and Herbie's score for the film is every bit as bold and powerful as the movie itself! The music's got loads and loads of heavy keyboards -- sometimes distorted and noisy, as on some of Herbie's own work of the time -- sometimes smooth and sweet, with a tasty Fender Rhodes sound -- but always tight, jazzy, and funky! The soundtrack does a good job of including background noises, sound effects, and snippets of dialogue from the film -- and there's also a few mysterious bonus bits, which seem to come from other sources, but which fit in well with the sound of the overall album! The whole thing makes for an ultra-cool listening experience that's served up in a number of dimensions -- and titles include "The Big Rip Off", "Revenge", "At The Lounge", "Training Day", "The Stick Up", and "It Begins".

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      Give thanks 4 the clean quality drop.

      Man is a BIG Herbie Hancock fan, and i neva heard of this soundtrack b4, lookin 4ward 2 checkin it.

      Asante sana 4 takin the time 2 clean it up.
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      Request: Roots from Alex Haley

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      The Classic of all times.
      full series.

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