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French Rioters Release Hip-Hop CD

News ArchiveC7 H16 releases "G la rage et je la garde"
["I have rage and i'm keeping it. I'm pissed and i'm staying pissed..."]

A quick translation of the intro of the CD (also the intro on the website):

In the beginning of the winter, the suburbs have been set on fire and that's a good thing. In the middle of the urbanisation of capitalism, there is nothing more to hope for, nothing more to win...a lot of us have played with a bit of fire. (a lot have paid some joy of fire)

Our hatred is not negotiable, from generation to generation, it's the same shit. Confronting the State and its representatives, those who walk up straight while we are slaves. That's the meaning of the rioters, those who have rage, those who don't want the life they're condemned to.

Nothing new, and nothing is finished, it has only begun. The fire spread everywhere. And it will spread again, from itself, because this revolt is more profound than any word of order.

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Available for 5€ from:
Pas m(tm)me t'y crois production
17/19 rues des Bauves
95200 Sarcelles
FRANCE

Or you can download it for free at:
http://c7h16.internetdown.org/
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French Rioters Release Hip-Hop CD
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, June 29 2006 @ 01:40 PM CDT
Where do we get 5 Euros from? How much is that in US dollars?

And what's the slang for Euro in Europe?
French Rioters Release Hip-Hop CD
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, June 29 2006 @ 02:15 PM CDT
1 euro is approximately $1.25 US, depending on fluxuations.

I've never heard of slang for euro in "Europe." There are numerous languages spoken in Europe: Spanish, Portuguese, English, French, Arabic, Hindi, German, Finnish, Dutch, dozens of other common languages. Not sure how there would be a single slang term for euro, although it would be interesting if there was one.
French Rioters Release Hip-Hop CD
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, June 29 2006 @ 07:46 PM CDT
Euro is referred to as 'yo-yo's on many punk gig posters...
punks for you..
Man...I hate punks...
French Rioters Release Hip-Hop CD
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, June 30 2006 @ 10:51 PM CDT
I downloaded it, pretty good jams, francophones would probably get more out of it though.