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Once Upon a Time in New York: the Birth of Hip Hop, Disco and Punk


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Release: Mar. 5th, 2007
Runtime: 1 hour
How the squalid streets of '70s New York gave birth to music that would go on to conquer the world - punk, disco and hip hop.

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