Album Oriented 96: Dixie Chicks and Public Enemy

We head down to Nashville as Daniel presents Home, The Dixie Chicks’ 2002 multiplatinum release and #96 on the Entertainment Weekly list. Erich watches Hollywood burn and invokes musique concrète in his exegesis of Public Enemy’s 1990 tour-de-force, Fear of a Black Planet, NME’s #96. And Daniel’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick from 1996 keeps the musique concrète pouring.

We head down to Nashville as Daniel presents Home, The Dixie Chicks’ 2002 multiplatinum release and #96 on the Entertainment Weekly list. Erich watches Hollywood burn and invokes musique concrète in his exegesis of Public Enemy’s 1990 tour-de-force, Fear of a Black Planet, NME‘s #96. And Daniel’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick from 1996 keeps the musique concrète pouring.

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Author: Daniel Nester

Essayist, journalist, poet, editor, and teacher.

2 thoughts on “Album Oriented 96: Dixie Chicks and Public Enemy”

  1. congrats and bon chance given you indulged in white privilege and then called it out via ambulence availability stereolab’s emperor tomato ketchup!

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