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Written By – Swarf Sisters. Crass Moments is a tribute to the Agitprop Punks of the early eighties written and performed by the Swarf Sisters. Matrix, Runout: KLONE123.
Clone 123. Swarf Sisters. Crass Moments In Twentieth Century Culture By People Who Were Nearly There (CD, Album). Klone UK. Clone 123. UK. 2003. Singles & EPs. SKIRT750.
Many Americans were uncomfortable with this new, urban, sometimes racy mass culture; in fact, for many–even most–people in the United States, the 1920s brought more conflict than celebration. However, for a small handful of young people in the nation’s big cities, the 1920s were roaring indeed. The most familiar symbol of the Roaring Twenties is probably the flapper: a young woman with bobbed hair and short skirts who drank, smoked and said what might be termed unladylike things, in addition to being more sexually free than previous generations. In reality, most young.
Twentieth-century theatre describes a period of great change within the theatrical culture of the 20th century, mainly in Europe and North America.
The 20th century was a highly dynamic period in the human history. The period saw tremendous growth in scientific accomplishments, explorations of new regions, discovery of new elements and minerals, advancement in technology, and the emergence of several social justice movements. Many great souls were born in the 20th century in different parts of the world which helped in giving a new direction to world history through their contributions.
They are the people who inspire us, entertain us, challenge us and change our world. Those recognized fall in categories: Leaders & Revolutionaries, Builders & Titans, Artists & Entertainers, Scientists & Thinkers, and Heroes & Icons. Within each category, have a look at 10 most influential people in the world. 10. Alexander Fleming. Most Influential People of 20th Century. Fleming was a Scottish bacteriologist and Nobel Prize winner, best known for his discovery of penicillin. One of the founders of cubism and one of the most influential artists of the Twentieth Century. Picasso, Henri Matisse and Marcel Duchamp are regarded as the three artists who most defined the revolutionary developments in the plastic arts in the opening decades of the 20th century, responsible for significant developments in painting, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics.
The nineteenth century. Not long before this century began, Britain had lost its most important American colonies in a war of independence. When the century began, the country was locked in a war with France, during which an invasion by a France army was a real possibility. Soon after the end of the century, Britain controlled the biggest empire the world had ever seen. One section of this empire was Ireland. The British came to see themselves as having a duty to spread this culture and civilization around the world. Being the rulers of an empire was therefore a matter of moral obligation. There were great changes in social structure. Most people now lived in towns and cities. Public services such as the police force were set up. The twentieth century. By the beginning of this century, Britain was no longer the world’s richest country. Perhaps this caused Victorian confidence in gradual reform to weaken.
The 20th century opened with great hope but also with some apprehension, for the new century marked the final approach to a new millennium.
Foreign affairs were deeply affected by the coming of imperialism. Their only hope was to win colonies in a war for the redistribution of existing empires. The 1930s saw a new upheaval of democratic culture in Great Britain, its main feature being the mass character and vigorous protest against war, fascism and reaction in ideology. The working class theatre was at its height. They had their own theatre and drama groups, the Unity Theatre in London and Theatre Workshop in the East End being the most famous. Many twentieth-century British composers, includingjtalph Vaughan Williams, Tippett and Britten, have been attracted and influenced by old English folk songs.
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|1||Hebron (And Managing The News Agenda)|
|2||Sand In My Face (Extended Version)|
|3||Feather On The Breath Of God|
|4||Fatwah For The Fatman (Who Will Be Captain In The Holy War)|
|5||Piss Factory (A Poem By Patti Smith)
Written By – Patti Smith
|6||Sunflowers (What Do You Think?) (Sometimes We Are Only Ill Because Society Dictates That We Are)|
|8||Goa (The All Inclusive Package)|
|9b||Exporting God To The Third World|
|9||Blue Baby (Miscarriage Of Justice)|
- Published By – Complete Music
- Written By – Swarf Sisters
NotesCrass Moments is a tribute to the Agitprop Punks of the early eighties written and performed by the Swarf Sisters.
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- Matrix / Runout: KLONE123
Title: Crass Moments In Twentieth Century Culture By People Who Were Nearly There
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