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I’m talking about that goatee-sporting, tricep-flexing, urban cowboy grunge that seems to dominate mainstream rock airwaves. The groundbreaking film cleverly synchronized canned sound effects and dubbed music to the action. Much African music has an organization which is based around rhythm and accent, rhythms and accents that may actually shift and move in relation to each other as the music progresses. It's pretty fast but the melody is quite enjoyable (you can't resist stamping your feet).

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Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing; 4 edition (July 11, 2014)

ISBN: 1465250646

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