hey mods, could you remove my old account (JoetheDilo1917) from the mod team? Thanks in advance.

Been a while, huh? Feels good to be back.

I love this cheerful song about defeating the US imperialists

The Tibetan version of the National Anthem of the People's Republic of China, commonly known in English as "March of the Volunteers". It is often referred to simply as "Gyallu" ("The National Anthem") within the Tibet Autonomous Region. Composer: Nie Er (聂耳) Year Composed: 1935 Lyricists: Kalsang Tsering (བསྐལ་བཟང་ཚེ་རིང།), based on Chinese lyrics by Tian Han (田汉) Year written: 1934 (original Chinese version) Source: peggingboymoder Image: Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region.

Afghan communist song written after the Saur Revolution of 1978 and inspired by the poem “Oh worker, oh eternal rising force” by Abdul Awad Kawchi. Lyrics by Ahmad Zahir. Lyrics : Oh comrades, oh eternal rising force, Rejoice, for the star of your deeds shines again. [x2] Oh Proletariat, oh builder of the ages, Your age and eternal power are proud. Strong waves once shook this soft land. [x2] You people who were not afraid of events, Rejoice, for the star of your deeds shines again. Oh Proletariat, oh builder of the ages, Your age and eternal power are proud. Saddle up with courage, act without fear. [x2] You must praise yourself and your great efforts, Rejoice, for the star of your deeds shines again. Oh comrades, oh eternal rising force, Rejoice, for the star of your deeds shines again. Oh Proletariat, oh builder of the ages, Your age and eternal power are proud. Oh comrades, oh eternal rising force, Rejoice, for the star of your deeds shines again...

Good song considering the Cop City thing happening

I just happened upon this song. Apparently I accidentally added it to my library.

Share some more badass DPRK music in the comments!

I love this edit Long live the Soviet Dream!

This is the anthem of the Organisation of Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa, and Latin America (OSPAAAL), also known as the Tricontinental. The Tricontinental is a Cuban organisation that was founded at the Tricontinental Conference in Havana in 1966. It currently publishes a magazine by the same name and used to produce records as well, of which I have only been able to find two. This recording is from one of those records. Singer: Choir of the Workers of Holguín (Coro de los Trabajadores de Holguín) Year recorded: 1974 Year written: 1966 Source: Vinyl Record "Himnos De Lucha" Picture: Cover of a pamphlet from the Tricontinental Congress in 1966

The Uyghur version of the famous Chinese revolutionary song, recorded during the Cultural Revolution and released alongside The Internationale. Performer: Song and Dance Ensemble of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (شىنجاڭ ئۇيغۇر ئاپتونوم رايونىنىڭ ئوپېرا ئۆمىكى) Year recorded: 1973 Composer: Traditional Year Composed: Early 1930s Lyricist: Based on Chinese lyrics by Li Youyuan (李有源) Year Written: 1942 (Chinese version) Image: Mao Zedong Statue at the People's Park in Kashgar, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.


Invidious links: - https://yewtu.be/watch?v=yyVbLO9gBnw - https://invidious.namazso.eu/watch?v=yyVbLO9gBnw - https://invidious.weblibre.org/watch?v=yyVbLO9gBnw

Happy Blue Monday, comrades!

This song has been stuck on my head for some time now.

“I Am a Soldier” (Chinese: 我是一個兵; Wǒ shì yīgè bīng) is a Chinese song written in 1950 by Lu Yuan (a soldier in the PLA Fourth Field Army), shortly after the founding of the People’s Republic. The song signifies how the People’s Liberation Army of “New China” has firmly dispelled the disgraced reputation of soldiery under Nationalist “Old China”. It has since won several awards. Lyrics: I am a soldier, from the common people. I defeated the Japanese brigands and destroyed the Chiangist bandits. I am a soldier, loyal to my country and people. The revolutionary war has tested my resolve. Hey, hey hey! Hold your rifles firm, eyes wide and clear. Whoever dares aggress, we will beat him without mercy! ![](https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/5590cd72-bc4c-4de6-84b6-9100ea70d012.jpeg)

Trying to get evidence that Tsoi wasn’t anti-communist
I'm fairly confident in my theory here, his music was demented by capitalists. The prime example of such ignorance is the horrible 7 minute "documentary" "Who is Viktor Tsoi?" on Youtube. The whole thing is fueled by the idea that every artist in the Soviet Union was some raging anticomunist and thats why they were popular. It even claims that koryo-saram people were discriminated against which is ridiculous and literally made up by the guy with no source. Gorby used some of his songs to try to justify his horrible policies. (Literally the whole video is his Wikipedia article with added anticommunist unsourced bullshit added.) Either way, I want to collect some sources to use to counter this bullshit. So please send anything you have. I know finding stuff about Kino and Tsoi is hard sometimes so anything is appreciated. (Also even the wiki says "...the band's message to the public was not overly or overtly political, except for the recurring theme of freedom." The freedom theme is about social freedom too so like shut the fuck up.)


Pretty catchy DPRK song. They sound really pissed in this one, and for good reason. They sound like they're ready to beat the shit out of some bloody imperialists.


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    The place for discussion and jamming out to the tunes of the revolution! Link songs and such here, so that we may create a large database of songs for the proletariat! Any musicians can hang and post their own music as well! This is for everything Communist and Musical!


    1. The music must apply to one or more of these categories: Communist Propaganda Music (Red Army Choir), Music from Socialist countries (Zemlyane, Vesyolye Rebyata, Kerber, etc) , from an anti-capitalist group supported by MLs (IRA, Syria, Libya, Etc), anti-capitalist songs and artists (real ones not grifters like Tupac, make sure of that), or music that is absent of politics entirely(shaky one here, don’t toe the line) like classical or instrumentals, and remixes of the previously listed items
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