Dissertations Abstracts International Online Vision Business Plan
Some of the samples can be heard here: https://youtu.be/n8GPrnm8ay4 I’d picked this up as a 7″ single given away free with the NME in 1987 (due to copyright issues it never received an official release, although Tommy Boy in the US did a promo run in ’86 and, more recently, in 2008, it appeared on the Illegal Art compilation ‘What Does It All Mean?
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Apart from holding the track itself in the highest regard, I’d also lift the phrase ‘‘ (misspelling apparently in the process) direct from ‘Motorcade’, combining these words as the header for my Murdertone press releases; Murdertone being the production / management company I set up to look after the Ruthless Rap Assassins during the late ’80s / early ’90s.
‘The Motorcade Sped On’ provides a perfect example of how history can be presented in a totally new context, helping it remain relevant to a subsequent generation.
I said to Dan, ‘I’ve just received a really nice mail from Steinski, but he looked at me with a puzzled expression. To build free societies you must limit the control of the past.
Despite having been a child at the time, Dan has quite a good grasp on early-mid ’80s dance culture, but it was clear he’d never come across this name before. These are, of course, related to a maxim I often quote myself; ‘to know the future first you must know the past’.