Alias. - Guilty Of Being Peitz Ep album download
|A1||Guilty Of Being White|
|B1||If I Would Quit|
- Bass – Martin Basan
- Drums – Tobias Basan
- Guitar – Nino Galogazza
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Phil Ebner
- Lead Vocals – Mark Brand, Stefan Peitz
NotesLimited Edition 7" Vinyl
Guilty Of Being White originally by Minor Threat
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- Barcode: 0666401002103XXX
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Guilty of Being White" led to accusations of racial prejudice, due to perceived similarities between the song's lyrics and that of white power rhetoric which often frames the majority race as victims at the hands of a minority group. However, MacKaye has strongly denied such intentions and said that some listeners misinterpreted his words. According to him, the song was written about his experiences growing up in Washington, . at a time of high racial tension, where the majority race in his school was African-American and many black students were hostile towards whites.
Guilty of Being White Lyrics. I'm sorry For something that I didn't do Lynched somebody But I don't know who You blame me for slavery A hundred years before I was born. Guilty of being white Guilty of being white Guilty of being white Guilty of being white. In songwriter Ian MacKaye’s high school, located in Washington DC, African Americans used to blame him and other Caucasians (who were the minority in DC schools) of being guilty for the slavery in America. For Ian, however, the past has nothing to do with the present regardless of whether he is racist or not. The song reflects the frustration he felt for being blamed for a role in human slavery of which he was not a part. Below is a video interview of him speaking on the subject. Guilty of Being White" Track Info. Written By Minor Threat. Cover By. Guilty of Being White by Slayer.
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