agitpop

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agitpop

(ˈædʒɪtˌpɒp)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the use of pop music to promote political propaganda
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TOM ROBINSON Only The Now *** His agit-pop credentials shine on his first album in 20 years with guest slots from Billy Bragg, Martin Carty and more
Manic Street Preachers - Some Kind Of Nothingness After decades of flag-burning agit-pop polemic, Blackwood's finest Generation Terrorists finally reached the point in their careers they'd alway strived to attain - playing their latest single, from their tenth album Postcards From A Young Man, on Strictly Come Dancing.
The video, from subversive ad agency Agit-Pop Communications, begins by showing the unspoiled beauty of New York State, followed by a vision of an Exxon sign, a gas explosion and water so toxic that a lighter can set tap water on fire.
WHAT DO VERT SKATER Jason Ellis, the Metal Mulisha, and the frantic agit-pop sound of the band Nurses have in common?
The ADF boys are agit-pop done well and should give the Oxford boys a real run for their money in the performance stakes .
Their noughties take on the agit-pop of XTC and The Talking Heads is full of promise; it's an engaging and fresh sound, and unlike contemporaries Franz Ferdinand, the focus is less on the image (seriously dishevelled) and more on the music.
Hovering between famous and once-were famous is Ali Nawaz, formerly of agit-pop outfit Fun-Da-Mental and performing at The Colosseum on Monday, along with Earthtribe and Fusing Naked.
It was clear before ``Tubthumping'' entered the top 10 that the infectious hit single from Britain's agit-pop collective Chumbawamba was some kind of anthem for the late '90s.
Agit-pop activist Franti has found a seamless way of integrating protest shouts and party grooves.
Leeds's finest may have scored a surprise number one with Tubthumping, but as far as ugly, agit-pop whinging goes they've been in a league of one since the Gang of Four knocked it on the head.
On Thursday the Cross sees the return of Birmingham- based Academy Morticians with their infectious punky agit-pop, supported by Fat Pigeon - American punk with dollops of Pearl Jam.