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MUSIC – Those horrible pop songs that Theodor Adorno hated


Nothing but propaganda according to the Marxist critic, and so damned popular!

Nothing but propaganda according to the Marxist critic, and so damned popular! During his American exile in the Forties, philosopher Theodor Adorno enjoyed repeating that the radio played “some good bad music, and some bad good music.” Pop songs tinker with childhood memories, with feelings and with the subconscious. That’s why they’re a godsend for advertisers and propagandists of all kinds.

ESPECIALLY FOR YOU — Bonnie Baker (with Orrin Tucker and his orchestra).

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