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    Once Upon a Time in New York — The Birth of Hip-Hop, Disco & Punk (2007).


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    • oskamadison

      VH1 had a similar documentary called "NY77: The Coolest Year In Hell".

    • egotrip

      Yes. And it's one helluva doc.

    • oskamadison

      That it is. Points just for featuring Grandmaster Caz.