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Vogue fascist chic

Postby Rigorous Intuition » Thu Sep 14, 2006 12:45 am

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Re: Vogue fascist chic

Postby DBtv » Thu Sep 14, 2006 12:58 am

And somehow the fashionistas at that linked blog "love the concept".<br><br>Frightening psyop.<br> <p></p><i></i>
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PSYOP?

Postby professorpan » Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:20 am

<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>Frightening psyop.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br><br>Or clever, satirical art?<br><br>I like it. <p></p><i></i>
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Hard to tell, psyop or satire.

Postby DBtv » Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:26 am

I'm pretty sure Meisel meant satire, but I'm not sure of the actual psychological impact of these images.<br><br>However taken, it's frightening these images are being fashionably mainstreamed. <p></p><i></i>
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Mainstream

Postby professorpan » Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:47 am

Art can be shocking. Perhaps this will get people to think about the glamorization of violence in popular culture. Maybe it will provoke discussions about the sexual torture of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo. <br><br>That's the thing about art -- it doesn't necessarily have an agenda. <br><br> <p></p><i></i>
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Art agenda

Postby DBtv » Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:52 am

The artist may not have an agenda, but his images could still have the effect of glamourizing neo-fascist terror.<br><br>Look at the comments on the blog after the images.<br><br>At the very least, this could have the effect of desensitizing the viewer to actual acts of neo-fascist terror. <p></p><i></i>
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fashion

Postby blanc » Thu Sep 14, 2006 4:12 am

fashion, usually dismissed as utterley frivolous, is an interesting barometer of social status of (particularly) women. eg Dior New Look (50s) compared to shoulder pads/goths - 80s<br><br> <p></p><i></i>
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Cable TV

Postby Avalon » Thu Sep 14, 2006 7:25 am

There has been a Fashion Emergency makeover show on the E! cable channel for three years. The title is derivative, and thus when Vogue goes reaching for that allusion somewhat pathetic and outdated.<br><br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.eonline.com/On/Emergency/">www.eonline.com/On/Emergency/</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>While the "fashion police" can be rather brutal in their honestly about how what you are wearing makes you look like crap, this illustration of it is a lot creepier.<br><br>Speaking of TV, anyone know if there is some new mandate for testing the television emergency broadcast system? I saw the first one I'd seen all year this week, and a friend I was talking with last night said her husband was watching some sports event on a minor cable channel and there were 4 tests of the emergency broadcast system on that station during the game.<br><br> <p></p><i></i>
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Re: well, I guess I don't feel so bad..

Postby IanEye » Thu Sep 14, 2006 7:34 am

.. about my post about ISM the other day now.<br>Thanks Jeff! <p></p><i></i>
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Re: fascist chic

Postby alice » Thu Sep 14, 2006 8:33 am

I loathe this stuff.<br>I think it is designed to make us all complicit.<br><br>Imagine if a luggage manufacturer ,in the 1940's ,made suitcase ads using pics of people getting onto trains to Auschwitz?<br>or <br>Adverts for shoes showing piles of foot-wear after the bombings in Lebanon?<br>or <br>Boys clothes ads using the reputed pics of Johnny and Gosch and the other boys bound and gagged? <br>or <br>or .................<br><br><br> <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Art agenda

Postby professorpan » Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:13 am

<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>The artist may not have an agenda, but his images could still have the effect of glamourizing neo-fascist terror.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br><br>Or calling attention to it.<br><br>I think this set of photos is a far cry from the one-dimensional boorishness of a "Piss Christ." These photos are very well done, and, at least to me, bring up lots of interesting social themes. They're not meant to just shock, but to shine a spotlight on some dark societal trends. They raise lots of interesting questions -- and I like it when art does that, even if the imagery is unsettling. <p></p><i></i>
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re:chic

Postby juno jones » Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:28 pm

Kinky...Helmut Newton (the vogue photographer who's best known work were those death photos in 'Eyes of Laura Mars') woulda loved it!!! <p></p><i></i>
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what do you think?

Postby blanc » Thu Sep 14, 2006 2:16 pm

it wouldn't be a bad idea if each of us were to describe their reactions to this - what they see and interpret. how different is the reaction of men and women, old and young... etc<br>is it comment or manipulation? <p></p><i></i>
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Re: what do you think?

Postby IanEye » Thu Sep 14, 2006 2:27 pm

Does anyone remember a song called "The Warrior" by Scandal in the mid 80's? I ask because if you remember the make up used on the female singer in that song you might also remember an ad campaign in Vogue from the same era where women looked like they had been beat up the night before [black eye, cut lip, etc] but now they were wearing fancy gold jewelry.<br><br> The implied message was, "hey! a little too rough on your main squeeze last night? make up for it by buying her this expensive gold necklace."<br><br><br>ah, the 80's, as Pat Benatar said,<br>"Hit me with you best shot"<br>no wait, she said "Hell is for children"<br>no wait, she said "Love is a battlefield"<br>no wait, she sa-- <p></p><i></i>
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Re: what do you think?

Postby Seamus OBlimey » Thu Sep 14, 2006 3:23 pm

<!--EZCODE LINK START--><a href="http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2006-09/uol-nuo091206.php">New University of Leicester study identifies links between musical tastes and lifestyle</a><!--EZCODE LINK END--><br><br>The music we listen to can tell a lot more than you might think about what kind of people we are, according to research findings by a University of Leicester psychologist.<br><br>Now, Dr Adrian North is extending his research worldwide. He is looking for 10,000 people from all over the world to take part in an online survey at www.musicaltastetest.com, stating their preference from over 50 musical styles and completing a questionnaire.<br><br>The survey, funded by the British Academy, will help Dr North and his team determine to what extent people's musical tastes can be predicted on the basis of basic demographic information, such as age, sex and earnings.<br><br>Dr North said, "Although we know a lot about musical preference, musicaltastetest.com is the largest ever academic survey of who likes what. Nothing on this scale has ever been attempted before."<br><br>Related research by Dr North about to be published in the journal Psychology of Music shows that a person's musical preference tells a great deal about their lifestyle and interests. Over 2,500 people in the UK were asked to state which musical styles they liked most, and then complete a questionnaire about their living arrangements, political and moral beliefs, travel, personal finances, education, employment, health, media preferences, and leisure time interests.<br><br>When it comes to relationships, beliefs and breaking the law, fans of different musical styles gave very different responses, with fans of hip-hop and dance music standing out in particular. 37.5% of hip-hop fans and 28.7% of dance music fans had had more than one sexual partner in the past five years, (compared with, for example, 1.5% of country fans). They were also the least likely to be religious, least likely to recycle, least likely to favour the development of alternative energy sources, least likely to favour raising taxes in order to improve public services, and least likely to favour the retention of a National Health Service. <br><br>In addition, they were more likely to have broken the law. 56.9% of dance music fans and 53.1% of hip hop fans admitted to having committed a criminal act (compared, for example, to just 17.9% of fans of musicals). Hip hop and dance music fans were more likely to have tried a range of illegal drugs. However, about a quarter of the classical music and opera fans admitted to having tried cannabis, and 12.3% of opera fans had tried magic mushrooms.<br><br>On questions concerning money, education, employment and health, fans were separated along the lines of socio-economic status. Fans of classical music and opera had lifestyles indicative of the middle and upper classes. They had an average annual income of £35,000 before tax, whereas dance music fans earned only £23,311. Classical music and opera fans also paid a much higher proportion of their credit card bills each month than fans of dance music (75% and 49% respectively). <br><br>They were also more likely to have been educated to a higher level. 6.8% of opera fans had a PhD, compared to none of the chart pop fans. When it comes to eating, fans of classical music, opera and jazz tended to spend rather more money on food and preferred to drink wine to a greater extent than fans of other musical styles. <br><br>Results also showed that fans of different musical styles often had different tastes in the media. Viewers of BBC1 are more likely to be fans of rock or classical music, whereas ITV1's viewers are more likely to listen to disco and pop music. Readers of broadsheet newspapers are more likely to listen to classical and rock music, compared to readers of the tabloids, who prefer dance music, pop and music from the sixties.<br><br>Dr North added: "Surprisingly, there have been very few studies on how people's age, sex, socioeconomic status, and personality relate to the music they enjoy listening to. Moreover, this limited amount of research has focussed almost exclusively on North America. This is despite the fact that music is enjoyed by people all around the world and, in addition, there are numerous stereotypes about the types of people who listen to certain musical styles that may or may not be true (e.g. goths are depressed, classical music fans are upper-class, jazz fans are like the presenter of The Fast Show's 'Jazz Club' etc.). <br><br>"Musicaltastetest.com aims to recruit over 10,000 people to paint the first worldwide picture of who likes what."<br><br>###<br><br>Note to editors: Further information on Dr Adrian North and his research, including a photo of him, a screen capture of www.musicaltastetest.com, and full details of the findings, is available at http://www.le.ac.uk/pc/acn5/acn.html. Dr North can be contacted on tel. +44 (0)116 229 7183 / +44 (0)7811 121950, email acn5@le.ac.uk.<br><br>Below are examples of the main musical preferences among people who watch different TV stations, listen to different radio stations, and read different newspapers. The numbers refer to the number of people who nominated the musical style in question. For example, of the 870 people whose favourite TV channel was BBC1, 77 liked rock music the most, making it the most popular musical style among BBC1 viewers. <br><br>BBC1 -- TOTAL 870 <br><br>ROCK        77        <br>CLASSICAL        74        <br>ADULT POP        58        <br>MUSICALS        57        <br>DISCO        51        <br>SIXTIES        47        <br>R&B        45        <br>CHART POP        43        <br>INDIE        39        <br>SOUL        35        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        33        <br>BLUES        31        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        28        <br>OTHER POP        27        <br>OPERA        25        <br>JAZZ        25        <br>OTHER        20        <br>DJ BASED        19        <br>CHORAL        17        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        17        <br>BAROQUE        12        <br>IRISH FOLK        12        <br>REGGAE        11        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        10        <br>HEAVY METAL        10        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        9        <br>WORLD MUSIC        8        <br>PUNK        8        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        7        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        5        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        3        <br>RENAISSANCE        3        <br>AMBIENT         2        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        2        <br>ELECTRONIC         0        <br><br>BBC2 -- TOTAL 163 <br>ADULT POP        14        <br>CLASSICAL        12        <br>SIXTIES        12        <br>INDIE        11        <br>JAZZ        10        <br>OPERA        9        <br>ROCK        9        <br>CHORAL        8        <br>SOUL        7        <br>DISCO        7        <br>BLUES        7        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        5        <br>MUSICALS        5        <br>OTHER        5        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        4        <br>BAROQUE        4        <br>HEAVY METAL        4        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        3        <br>R&B        3        <br>WORLD MUSIC        3        <br>AMBIENT        3        <br>CHART POP        2        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        2        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        2        <br>PUNK        2        <br>DJ BASED        2        <br>OTHER POP        2        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        1        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        1        <br>IRISH FOLK        1        <br>ELECTRONIC        1        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0         <br>REGGAE        0        <br><br>ITV1 -- TOTAL 452 <br>DISCO        43        <br>ADULT POP        34        <br>ROCK        33        <br>CHART POP        33        <br>SIXTIES        28        <br>DANCE HOUSE        26        <br>R&B        24        <br>OTHER POP        21        <br>SOUL        20        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        17        <br>INDIE        16        <br>CLASSICAL        15        <br>MUSICALS        15        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        14        <br>OPERA        11        <br>DJ BASED        11        <br>JAZZ        9        <br>REGGAE        9        <br>IRISH FOLK        9        <br>OTHER        9        <br>ELECTRONIC        8        <br>WORLD MUSIC        7        <br>PUNK        6        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        6        <br>AMBIENT        5        <br>BLUES        5        <br>HEAVY METAL        5        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        3        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        2        <br>BAROQUE        2        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        2        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        2        <br>CHORAL        1        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        1        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br><br>CHANNEL 4 -- TOTAL 244 <br>DANCE/HOUSE        24        <br>INDIE        22        <br>R&B        20        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        16        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        15        <br>SOUL        14        <br>ROCK        13        <br>DJ BASED        12        <br>CHART POP        10        <br>DISCO        10        <br>MUSICALS        9        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        9        <br>JAZZ        8        <br>REGGAE        8        <br>OTHER        8        <br>CLASSICAL        6        <br>AMBIENT        6        <br>PUNK        5        <br>ADULT POP        4        <br>OTHER POP        4        <br>OPERA        3        <br>BAROQUE        3        <br>BLUES        3        <br>IRISH FOLK        3        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        2        <br>SIXTIES        2        <br>CHORAL        1        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        1        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        1        <br>ELECTRONIC        1        <br>HEAVY METAL        1        <br>WORLD MUSIC        0        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br><br>CHANNEL 5 -- TOTAL 61 <br>R&B        6        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        6        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        5        <br>DISCO        4        <br>ROCK        3        <br>SOUL        3        <br>CLASSICAL        3        <br>MUSICALS        3        <br>SIXTIES        3        <br>HEAVY METAL        3        <br>OPERA        2        <br>JAZZ        2        <br>WORLD MUSIC        2        <br>BLUES        2        <br>PUNK        2        <br>ADULT POP        2        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        2        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        1        <br>CHART POP        1        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        1        <br>REGGAE        1        <br>INDIE        1        <br>IRISH FOLK        1        <br>DJ BASED        1        <br>OTHER POP        1        <br>CHORAL        0        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        0        <br>AMBIENT        0        <br>BAROQUE        0        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        0        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br>OTHER        0        <br><br>BBC RADIO 1 -- TOTAL 937 <br>DANCE/HOUSE        98        <br>R&B        88        <br>INDIE        77        <br>CHART POP        68        <br>ROCK        60        <br>DISCO        60        <br>DJ BASED        52        <br>SOUL        45        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        45        <br>OTHER POP        31        <br>OTHER        30        <br>ADULT POP        28        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        25        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        25        <br>MUSICALS        24        <br>SIXTIES        21        <br>CLASSICAL        20        <br>JAZZ        17        <br>HEAVY METAL        16        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        15        <br>REGGAE        15        <br>PUNK        14        <br>AMBIENT        13        <br>OPERA        9        <br>WORLD MUSIC        6        <br>IRISH FOLK        6        <br>ELECTRONIC        6        <br>BAROQUE        4        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        3        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        3        <br>CHORAL        2        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        1        <br>RENAISSANCE        1        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        0        <br><br>BBC RADIO 2 -- TOTAL 258 <br>ADULT POP        35        <br>SIXTIES        27        <br>ROCK        24        <br>MUSICALS        24        <br>CLASSICAL        23        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        17        <br>DISCO        17        <br>OTHER POP        13        <br>JAZZ        11        <br>IRISH FOLK        10        <br>BLUES        9        <br>SOUL        7        <br>CHORAL        7        <br>OPERA        6        <br>R&B        6        <br>CHART POP        4        <br>BAROQUE        4        <br>OTHER        4        <br>WORLD MUSIC        3        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        2        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        2        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        1        <br>REGGAE        1        <br>DJ BASED        1        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        0        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        0        <br>AMBIENT        0        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br>INDIE        0        <br>PUNK        0        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        0        <br>HEAVY METAL        0        <br><br>BBC RADIO 4 -- TOTAL 295 <br>CLASSICAL        40        <br>MUSICALS        24        <br>SIXTIES        21        <br>ADULT POP        20        <br>OPERA        19        <br>ROCK        16        <br>SOUL        16        <br>INDIE        16        <br>JAZZ        14        <br>CHORAL        13        <br>BLUES        13        <br>DISCO        12        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        11        <br>IRISH FOLK        8        <br>CHART POP        6        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        5        <br>BAROQUE        5        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        5        <br>OTHER        5        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        4        <br>R&B        3        <br>WORLD MUSIC        3        <br>REGGAE        3        <br>HEAVY METAL        3        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        2        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        2        <br>PUNK        2        <br>OTHER POP        2        <br>AMBIENT        1        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        1        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        0        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br>DJ BASED        0        <br><br>BBC RADIO 5 LIVE -- TOTAL 97 <br>ROCK        7        <br>BLUES        7        <br>INDIE        7        <br>ADULT POP        7        <br>DISCO        6        <br>SIXTIES        6        <br>REGGAE        6        <br>SOUL        5        <br>MUSICALS        5        <br>OTHER POP        5        <br>CHART POP        4        <br>CLASSICAL        4        <br>OPERA        3        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        3        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        3        <br>DJ BASED        3        <br>JAZZ        2        <br>PUNK        2        <br>HEAVY METAL        2        <br>OTHER        2        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        1        <br>R&B        1        <br>CHORAL        1        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        1        <br>WORLD MUSIC        1        <br>AMBIENT        1        <br>IRISH FOLK        1        <br>ELECTRONIC        1        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        0        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        0        <br>BAROQUE        0        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        0        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br><br>CLASSIC FM -- TOTAL 74 <br>CLASSICAL        17        <br>ROCK        7        <br>BAROQUE        6        <br>OPERA        5        <br>MUSICALS        5        <br>IRISH FOLK        5        <br>CHORAL        4        <br>ADULT POP        4        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        3        <br>CHART POP        2        <br>R&B        2        <br>WORLD MUSIC        2        <br>INDIE        2        <br>HEAVY METAL        2        <br>OTHER        2        <br>SOUL        1        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        1        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        1        <br>BLUES        1        <br>SIXTIES        1        <br>PUNK        1        <br>JAZZ        0        <br>DISCO        0        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        0        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        0        <br>AMBIENT        0        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        0        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br>REGGAE        0        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        0        <br>DJ BASED        0        <br>OTHER POP        0        <br><br>THE TIMES -- TOTAL 363 <br>CLASSICAL        35        <br>ROCK        25        <br>R&B        23        <br>SOUL        22        <br>ADULT POP        21        <br>MUSICALS        19        <br>SIXTIES        19        <br>INDIE        19        <br>DISCO        18        <br>OPERA        15        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        15        <br>OTHER POP        13        <br>JAZZ        12        <br>BLUES        12        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        11        <br>CHART POP        9        <br>REGGAE        8        <br>CHORAL        7        <br>IRISH FOLK        7        <br>OTHER        7        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        6        <br>PUNK        6        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        5        <br>HEAVY METAL        5        <br>WORLD MUSIC        4        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        4        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        4        <br>DJ BASED        4        <br>BAROQUE        3        <br>AMBIENT        2        <br>ELECTRONIC        3        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        1        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br><br>THE GUARDIAN -- TOTAL 209 <br>ROCK        15        <br>CLASSICAL        12        <br>ADULT POP        12        <br>R&B        11        <br>CHART POP        10        <br>SOUL        10        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        10        <br>SIXTIES        10        <br>INDIE        10        <br>OPERA        9        <br>JAZZ        9        <br>MUSICALS        9        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        9        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        7        <br>DISCO        6        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        6        <br>IRISH FOLK        6        <br>OTHER        6        <br>AMBIENT        5        <br>BLUES        5        <br>DJ BASED        5        <br>BAROQUE        4        <br>REGGAE        4        <br>OTHER POP        4        <br>PUNK        3        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        2        <br>CHORAL        2        <br>WORLD MUSIC        2        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        1        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        1        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        1        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        1        <br>RENAISSANCE        1        <br>HEAVY METAL        1        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br><br>INDEPENDENT -- TOTAL 85 <br>ROCK        11        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        7        <br>DJ BASED        5        <br>SOUL        4        <br>AMBIENT        4        <br>INDIE        4        <br>OPERA        3        <br>JAZZ        3        <br>CLASSICAL        3        <br>MUSICALS        3        <br>BLUES        3        <br>REGGAE        3        <br>PUNK        3        <br>ADULT POP        3        <br>OTHER        3        <br>CHART POP        2        <br>DISCO        2        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        2        <br>SIXTIES        2        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        2        <br>HEAVY METAL        2        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        1        <br>R&B        1        <br>CHORAL        1        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        1        <br>BAROQUE        1        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        1        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        1        <br>RENAISSANCE        1        <br>IRISH FOLK        1        <br>ELECTRONIC        1        <br>OTHER POP        1        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        0        <br>WORLD MUSIC        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br><br>TELEGRAPH -- TOTAL 143 <br>CLASSICAL        17        <br>ROCK        14        <br>INDIE        10        <br>ADULT POP        9        <br>DISCO        8        <br>MUSICALS        8        <br>OPERA        6        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        6        <br>CHART POP        6        <br>CHORAL        6        <br>SIXTIES        6        <br>SOUL        5        <br>WORLD MUSIC        5        <br>BLUES        5        <br>OTHER POP        5        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        4        <br>DJ BASED        4        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        3        <br>JAZZ        2        <br>R&B        2        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        2        <br>BAROQUE        2        <br>REGGAE        2        <br>HEAVY METAL        2        <br>AMBIENT        1        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        1        <br>IRISH FOLK        1        <br>OTHER        1        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        0        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        0        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br>PUNK        0        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br><br>THE MIRROR -- TOTAL 245 <br>SIXTIES        21        <br>ROCK        19        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        18        <br>R&B        17        <br>DISCO        16        <br>MUSICALS        16        <br>CHART POP        13        <br>CLASSICAL        13        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        13        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        10        <br>ADULT POP        10        <br>INDIE        9        <br>OTHER POP        9        <br>BLUES        8        <br>IRISH FOLK        8        <br>DJ BASED        8        <br>SOUL        6        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        6        <br>JAZZ        4        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        4        <br>OTHER        4        <br>HEAVY METAL        3        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        2        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        2        <br>REGGAE        2        <br>PUNK        2        <br>CHORAL        1        <br>BAROQUE        1        <br>OPERA        0        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        0        <br>WORLD MUSIC        0        <br>AMBIENT        0        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        0        <br>RENAISSANCE        0        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br><br>DAILY MAIL -- TOTAL 446 <br>ADULT POP        37        <br>DISCO        36        <br>ROCK        31        <br>MUSICALS        31        <br>CHART POP        30        <br>SIXTIES        27        <br>CLASSICAL        25        <br>R&B        24        <br>SOUL        23        <br>DANCE/HOUSE        23        <br>JAZZ        22        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN         17        <br>OPERA        13        <br>INDIE        13        <br>OTHER POP        12        <br>BLUES        10        <br>DJ BASED        9        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        8        <br>IRISH FOLK        8        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        8        <br>OTHER        8        <br>REGGAE        7        <br>CHORAL        6        <br>HEAVY METAL        5        <br>WORLD MUSIC        3        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        2        <br>AMBIENT        2        <br>BAROQUE        2        <br>ENGLISH FOLK        2        <br>NEW AGE/RELAXATION        1        <br>RENAISSANCE        1        <br>20TH C CLASSICAL        0        <br>PSYCHEDELIC        0        <br>PUNK        0        <br>ELECTRONIC        0        <br><br>THE SUN -- TOTAL 287 <br>DANCE/HOUSE        25        <br>R&B        22        <br>ROCK        20        <br>DISCO        20        <br>INDIE        20        <br>SIXTIES        17        <br>ADULT POP        17        <br>CHART POP        15        <br>OTHER        15        <br>DJ BASED        12        <br>OTHER POP        12        <br>CLASSICAL        10        <br>COUNTRY&WESTERN        9        <br>DRUM 'N' BASS        8        <br>MUSICALS        8        <br>SOUL        7        <br>HIP HOP/RAP        6        <br>PUNK        6        <br>REGGAE        5        <br>FUNK/ACID JAZZ        5 <p></p><i></i>
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