Catch All
Catch All
IHPM - Episode #58
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The Popmachine looks at race and why there’s so much agitation and division among the races.


Repoman: “Gimme a blow job”.


  • Somewhere Here on Earth – Prince
  • Crying Blue Rain – Jimi Hendrix
  • Million Miles – Bonnie Raitt
  • After Hours Blues – Eric Clapton
  • Silly Putty – Stanley Clarke
  • Oh Daddy – Fleetwood Mac
  • Summertime – Booker T & the M.G’s
  • Vein Melter – Herbie Hancock
  • Tea Leaf Prophecy – Herbie Hancock
  • Down by the Sea – Men At Work
  • Interface Simulation Loop – Bucket Head-Praxis


The Super Sleuth (Episode 6) – The Adventures of Superman


Police Shootings – Various Contributors

Jaw Jack

Weigh-In (The true reason for racism and white supremacy) – Ira Harmon


Recommended Reading:

978-0-399-18412-3 But What If We’re Wrong? by Chuck Klosterman (ISBN: 978-0-399-18412-3) – But What If We’re Wrong? visualizes the contemporary world as it will appear to those who’ll perceive it as the distant past. Chuck Klosterman asks questions that are profound in their simplicity: How certain are we about our understanding of gravity? How certain are we about our understanding of time? What will be the defining memory of rock music, five hundred years from today? How seriously should we view the content of our dreams? How seriously should we view the content of television? Are all sports destined for extinction? Is it possible that the greatest artist of our era is currently unknown (or—weirder still—widely known, but entirely disrespected)? Is it possible that we “overrate” democracy? And perhaps most disturbing, is it possible that we’ve reached the end of knowledge?
978-0-399-58824-2 Jackson, 1964 (and other dispatches from fifty years of reporting on race in America) by Calvin Trillin (ISBN: 978-0-399-58824-2) – From bestselling author and beloved New Yorker writer Calvin Trillin, a deeply resonant, career-spanning collection of articles on race and racism, from the 1960s to the present.

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