It's never good when the Washington Post says
your party devolved into a 'war zone'
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What happens when you combine beer, 8,000 James Madison University college kids, more beer, a few racist frat boys, some beers, fighting, and some more beers? You get SpringFest 2010! Party on! I smell tear gas!
We review the new, free album from California's U-N-I and producer Ro Blvd., A Love Supreme, which mixes a little of the Detroit hip-hop sound with West Coast sunshine. Our intro/outro music is from Trojan Records' Nyabinghi box set. Check it out here.
Below, a not-so-great end to to JMU's little get-together. There's another video on YouTube, about 6:47 minutes, that shows a lot of what is mentioned in the podcast, recorded at a house in the middle of the melee:
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