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  • #22546
    MarcWithaC
    Participant

    Here’s the place to post your thoughts on this new episode of The Real Congregation.

     

    What do you think, is the Disneyana park where you’d spend all of your free time or what?

    Any new musical discoveries?

    Have a totally different view of young Will Smith now?

    Any other thoughts? Post ’em here!

    #22548
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I thoroughly enjoyed this episode. The music is right up my ally for listening. Likely will play it again as I work tomorrow.
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    As for Will Smith, that is the reason why I like the Fresh Prince

    #22632
    MarcWithaC
    Participant

    @Anduin: Thanks!

     

    I love the early Jeff/Prince albums, too, but those “sign of the times” crowd chants don’t sit well with me in 2012.

     

    Hope you enjoyed the show the second time around!

    #22633
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    The crowd chants were in nature offensive. What I liked was hearing how he was able to get away with saying anything that offensive in nature by presenting it in his charismatic way. Anyone else would have gotten boo’ed off the stag in a heart beat.

    #22792
    Colin Peterson
    Participant

    I’m totally with you Marc on the park idea–especially after Mr. Toad was ripped from my childhood. And yes, they do have a Mr. Toad ride in California, and I was excited to relive the memories, but its a different ride. We’ll never have Mr. Toad driving us into Hell in quite the same way ever again.

    #22793
    Colin Peterson
    Participant

    Also Mumford and Sons did a cover of Not In Nottingham…pretty awesome:

    #22828
    MarcWithaC
    Participant

    @Musical_Jinn: That cover was pretty interesting, actually. I’m not usually a M&S guy, but that track gave me pause. Man, is that Robin Hood soundtrack underrated or what? Also, I was just at EPCOT this weekend, and seeing how much has been closed only reinforced my feelings on Disneyana. If I hadn’t been there solely to see Micky Dolenz, I’d have probably demanded a refund. We all know that Disney is just one big gift shop now, but this was just offensive.

    #22839
    Max
    Participant

    @Anduin, that record is from the mid-80s. That sentiment would not have been all that offensive at the time, particularly in hip-hop culture.

    I’ve actually got that record in my collection (which is almost totally pre-The Chronic hip-hop), and there are some amazing songs on there. Particularly Nightmare on My Street in which Will finds himself under attack from Freddie Kruger.

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