What's on DJ Donald's Mar-a-Lago party playlist?


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I wonder if he "borrowed" any vinyl from the White House Record Collection?

In a way, there are actually two White House album collections. The first was assembled in the early ’70s by the Recording Industry Association of America, the DC trade group that represents record companies. [...] That first collection of more than 1,800 LPs was presented to the White House in 1973. But it’s the second volume, put together at the end of that decade, that’s most intriguing. Once again curated by the RIAA, it was intended to bring the record library up to date.

Funkadelic’s Hardcore Jollies made the cut, as did Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols and Captain Beefheart’s Trout Mask Replica. A Gil Scott-Heron compilation. Talking Heads’ More Songs About Buildings and Food. The Ramones’ Rocket to Russia.