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3 hours ago, cyanobacteria said:

from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

 

The ending of one of the songs from 56:50 - 57:05 is so beautiful.

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most of you might already know this but it stays here for those who don't...

 

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^beautiful

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

 

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Estonia during the USSR era

 

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Japan 1989

 

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Just read that Manu Dibango, passed earlier this year 😞 RIP.  This album rules

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wow RIP that is funky^

japan 1977

 

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^yo what's up with you posting north korean propaganda music? this is the world music thread not the governmentally prescribed classical music thread, could as well post nazi marching songs

High quality convoluted hyper active gypsi music:

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Ain't nothing wrong with something a bit ethnic methinks.

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11 hours ago, dingformung said:

^yo what's up with you posting north korean propaganda music? this is the world music thread not the governmentally prescribed classical music thread, could as well post nazi marching songs

its music from an uncommon area of the world, and it's good, just ignore the lyric subtitles and video

i wouldnt say dprk == nazis but im sure there is plenty of actually good nazi music if you remove it from its context. i wouldnt promote it tho

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3 hours ago, cyanobacteria said:

its music from an uncommon area of the world, and it's good, just ignore the lyric subtitles and video

i wouldnt say dprk == nazis but im sure there is plenty of actually good nazi music if you remove it from its context. i wouldnt promote it tho

North Korea is too poor and underdeveloped to cause as much damage as the Nazis but I doubt that they would hesitate only a nanosecond to start some serious war if saw any chance of winning. Look at what the "Worker's" Party does to their workers. They are forced to watch public executions for example.

Modern folk music from an uncommon place:

 

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Nukes are pretty effective at killing people though. I don't think the Nazis had those.

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Awesome tapes from Africa is pretty great

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Novos Baianos, Brazil, 1972

 

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Decided to move it into this thread instead of giving it its own thread, but kabuki music never fails to make me smile:

 

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bukaki theater

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https://old.reddit.com/r/toptalent/comments/i26f3p/traditional_finnish_polka_tune/

 

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