조선은 결심하면 한다! - Korea Does What It Is Determined To Do! (English Lyrics)
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"Korea Does What It Is Determined To Do!" is a DPR (North) Korean propaganda song written in the early 2010s to rally the Korean people around the new leader...

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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!

Rules

  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
  2. You must put the Name of the song, and artist on the title (in that order). Ex Katyusha, Red Army Choir. - Also, if you can, put the nation the song is from (optional) -If you don’t know either the artist or location, you should put “unknown”
  3. No Reactionary politics or songs
  4. No several hour remixes. Single songs only
  5. Only still pictures of famous artists (appreciation posts), other small exceptions apply
  6. Feel the vibes
  7. NO NIGHTCORE (unless its yours or from Samuel Farina)
  8. Standard Genzedong rules about conduct, any crazy business will be punished.
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