I enjoyed the video notice the audience is racial mixed. Is this a new PE song? I don’t think I’ve heard it. I keep trying tot tell people here that we aren’t racist. We are just defending our brothers under attack.
“I enjoyed the video notice the audience is racial mixed. Is this a new PE song? I don’t think I’ve heard it. I keep trying tot tell people here that we aren’t racist. We are just defending our brothers under attack.”
And this my friends is THE classic justification offered up by racists of all stripes. I’m sure the grand wizards of the KKK said this very same thing back in the day. You really are one self-deluded bunch. You obviously need an outsider such as I to point out that your guise of “solidarity” is really just a feeble rationalization of your own manifest racism.
Get a life and go away. The point I was making when I stated the audience was racially mixed was merely to point out there are white people who get it and understand the injustice that has been shoveled out at the hands of other whites. Not just against black people. Many races of people. I doubt it if the grand wizard cares about what any black people think or feel about anything. The racial mixed crowd shows unity stupid.
You don’t answer any questions here. You just continue to talk bs. So just go away. You talk about racism and make a comment on here about us having GED’s take your dumb ass on. I promise this is the last thing I will say to you.
Well, there is always the possibility that there are a lot of 30 something white people in the crowd that remember the PE/Anthrax version of ‘Bring the Noise’ and the fact they went on tour together. Possibly those people got turned on to PE back in the early 90′s when the cross pollination between genres was not as prevalent as it is today.
I’m starting to feel old. As if the kids and job weren’t enough, but 91 was a long time ago.
PE has ALWAYS had a loyal white following particularly on college campuses. Part of it is certainly the socially conscious crowd, but part of it is their propensity to lace a lot of their songs with hardcore guitar riffs. PE has done a lot to bridge racial gaps in this regard. A lot of metal heads may have had only a handful of hip-hop albums but you could bet PE is in there. In the late ’80s PE was amongst a couple of staples including Run DMC (Rock Box riff one of all-time best) and NWA’s first record. Those riffs on Straight Outta Compton and Fuck that Police were so good that you probably had the Nazi crowd going crazy to that shit. I’m convinced that Al Sharpton would be the most popular man in America if he just gave his speeches over a good hard guitar riff!
Although it didn’t really get mainstream play, “She Watch Channel Zero” was also a big hit with the white kids back in the day. But even PE’s stuff without the guitar riffs was hard enough to cross over into new territory.