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Blog of War

Paul Hipp

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If you thought protest music was left in the 60s you haven't heard Hipp.

Great music! Blog of War by Paul Hipp is satirical, lyrical, intellectual and political. Hipp requires one to be informed, think about the issues and actually care. If you thought protest music was left in the 60s you haven’t heard Paul Hipp. Too bad iTunes only lets one assign 5 stars. This is a six star album for the thinking person. Can't wait to hear more from Hipp? Need more Hipp?: He has a song titled "We're #37" Look for it! Hipp Hipp Horay!

Brainy, fun, play it loud and "get movin" music!!

Laugh out loud, cry, sing with the windows down, blast it loud, dance, grin all day and be INSPIRED by this brilliant music. Full of crazy fun, brainy writing!!

Amazing

This album is the best thing I've heard in, well, since the Sex Pistols broke up. Unbelievably amazing.

Biography

Born: Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born in Philadelphia, Paul Hipp moved to New York City after graduating from high school and began his musical career as a Greenwich Village busker before moving on to club gigs on Bleeker Street. During one of these gigs, Hipp met Carole King and began writing songs with her soon after. (Some of these collaborations appeared on King's City Streets album.) In addition to King, Hipp's Bleeker Street gigs also led to an encounter with independent filmmaker Abel Ferrara; the musician was soon working...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Mar 12, 2008

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