Alex Suskind
Sunday July 20th, 2014

On Saturday, the Charleston RiverDogs, the Class-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, detonated the albums of Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus in a publicity stunt lovingly referred to as Disco Demolition Night 2: You Better Belieb It.

Compared to the original Disco Demolition Night in Chicago 35 years ago, where fans were asked to bring their disco records to be destroyed in a mid-field explosion, Saturday's event had a comparatively tepid response––there were no fans sliding down foul poles, no one storming the field, no bedlam to speak of whatsoever. That's probably a good thing, considering 39 people were arrested during the first edition. You'd think Bieber and Cyrus would prompt more anger than, say, Donna Summer, but what do I know?

You can check out photos and a video from the celebration below. 

And for good measure, here is a video from the original Disco Demolition night.

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