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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 22, 1991 - Page 7

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If you're going to talk about
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MAKE IT COUNT!
Call Citizen Members of Statewide
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WANTED:
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Technical crew
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MASS MEETING:
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Auditions:
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For more information, Call 763-1107 N

STATE
Continued from p. 5
but we must not outlaw the music of
laughter or the tenacity of music's
sinisterness either. In the poem
"Lapis Lazuli," William Butler
Yeats wrote: "One asks for mournful
melodies/ Accomplished fingers be-
gin to play./ Their eyes mid many
wrinkles, their eyes,/ Their ancient,
glittering eyes, are gay."
As I observed the various rallies
that have taken place around campus
so far, each promoting a different
view of the conflict, I noticed a uni-
fying trend - song. Music was a re-
curring entity in all of them. Use the
music - holler, dance, cry, sing and
unleash your anger with it. It's a
presence, not a preference, con-
tained within the art; it's liberating.
As we momentarily free ourselves
(and don't feel guilty for it), there is
an intoxicating realization. The mu-
sic unveils the answers. We are the
New Power Generation.
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Songs With Which to Get Pissed
Off:
1."New Power Generation," Prince
2. "It's the End of the World As We
Know It," R.E.M.
3. "One," Metallica
4."Party At Ground Zero," Fishbone
5. "Stop," Jane's Addiction

6. "Youth Gone Wild," Skid Row
7. anything by New Order ("New
Order"-get it?)
8. "Cult of Personality," Living
Color
9. "Suffer the Masses," Flotsam and
Jetsam
10. a random Neil Young song

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