Good riposte to the TNR piece/defense of Zizek here: http://www.jewcy.com/post/defense_zizek . Especially interesting is the bit about terrorism.
Also check out the parody centre's, who has been quite rigorous in not taking Zizek's theory out of the context of his actions in Slovenia, comments...
Administrative gripe though; when one unzips the file and begins to play the tracks in itunes, because the track numbers aren't at the start of the track title/haven't been put into the track info, they play in alphabetical rather than the correct running order.
Given the amount...
Hmmm, definately ceck out some uileann pipe stuff; the most amazing instrument IMHO
and one of the most physically difficult to play, even the best players are always locked in a continuous struggle with them lending to a suitably Catholic pleasure/pain effect.
Old school legend Seamus Ennis...
Anything by The Bothy Band.
Séamus Begley & Jim Murray - 'Ragairne' (dont personally like the songs on this, but the sets of slides/polkas are some of the most joyful music ever)
Lunasa's self-titled first album.
Dervish's 'Spirit' and 'Live in Palma'.
I doubt anyone would want more of that.
But it's precisely this instant conflation of the term communism with the specifics of Soviet repressive authoritarianism that makes people so scared of giving it any serious thought.
But there is no essential link between a form of social organisation...