"The revolution will not be right back after a message about a white tornado, white lightning, or white people. You will not have to worry about a dove in your bedroom, a tiger in your tank, or the giant in your toilet bowl. The revolution will not go better with Coke. The revolution will not fight the germs that may cause bad breath. The revolution will put you in the driver’s seat. The revolution will not be televised, will not be televised, will not be televised, will not be televised. The revolution will be no re-run brothers; The revolution will be live."

Release date: 1971

Super Fly is the third studio album by American soul and funk musician Curtis Mayfield, released in July 1972 on Curtom Records. It was released as the soundtrack for the blaxploitation film of the same name. Widely considered a classic of 1970s soul and funk music, Super Fly was a nearly immediate hit. Its sales were bolstered by two million-selling singles, “Freddie’s Dead” (#2 R&B, #4 Pop) and the title track (#5 R&B, #8 Pop). Super Fly is one of the few soundtracks to out-gross the film it accompanied.

Moon Safari is the debut studio album by French music duo Air, released in 1998. On 14 April 2008 Virgin Records re-released Moon Safari to mark the album’s tenth anniversary. The limited edition album came with a bound book, a DVD documentary about the duo and an extra CD with live performances and remixes. The French edition of Rolling Stone magazine named this album #65 on their list of the 100 greatest French rock albums. Moon Safari set the stage for the budding downtempo music style scene.