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This article is part of an editorial series sponsored by our friends over at HBO celebrating the launch of their new show 'Vinyl,' from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terry Winter exploring the crazy and fantastic world of music in the s. Throughout the week, Noisey will analyze this iconic era with articles looking back in time. Steve Dahl was working at a local radio station in the late 70s when he was fired.
In his new book Appetite for Self-Destruction: The Spectacular Crash of the Record Industry in the Digital Agethe US writer Steve Knopper gives an articulate overview of the mechanics of a contemporary business in a constant state of flux and panic. Knopper identifies numerous much-discussed factors as being to blame for the state of confusion in the music industry over the past decade — Napster, iTunes and corporate greed among them — but he also reminds us that 30 years ago the biggest threat to music was music itself. Specifically, disco. Back in the summer ofthe Detroit rock radio DJ Steve Dahl was so aggrieved that his beloved Stones and Zeppelin were being dropped from playlists in favour of Village People, Donna Summer and Chic, that he launched his "Disco sucks!
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I n the summer ofVince Lawrence had got himself a part-time job as an usher at Comiskey Park baseball stadium, home to the Chicago White Sox. Embittered by the fact that he had been fired by a station called WDAI when it switched formats from AOR to disco, Dahl had been endlessly mouthing off on air at his new station, WLUP, also known as The Loop: snapping disco records or dragging the needle across them, encouraging people to join his anti-disco organisation, the Insane Coho Lips. Dahl planned to fill a dumpster with the records and blow them up as a publicity stunt.
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At the climax of the event, a crate filled with disco records was blown up on the field between games of the twi-night doubleheader between the Chicago White Sox and the Detroit Tigers. Many of those in attendance had come to see the explosion rather than the games and rushed onto the field after the detonation. The playing field was so damaged by the explosion and by the fans that the White Sox were required to forfeit the second game to the Tigers.