I definitely am. It's funny though, it didn't matter that much to me until I was about 11-12. Only my dad ever really played records, and I didn't like them (although I appreciate some of it now). That and top 40 pop was all I heard, so I thought I just didn't like music. Ashamed to say it now...
This is kind of stupid 'Consuming against consumerism' stuff, and Rage are hypocrites. However, I'm not going to completely comdemn it because I hope they donate all the money they make from it to the good causes and people they support, the EZLN, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Leonard Peltier, etc.
You copy and paste everything that comes after the 'v=' in the URL, with [you*tube] before it and [/you*tube] after (without the *s in the middle of YouTube, had to put them there for it to show up) . :)
Anyone else a fan?
Black Watch - Spirit of Freedom
The S.A.M. Song - Eire Og
Obviously, some of the politics are...problematic. As in, how the Republic of Ireland and other Catholic countries treat women, and the obvious issues with nationalism in general. But I think that looked at in the...
Thankyou. :D I was worried it was a bit too ska/dub heavy, and then I was worried it was a bit too folk heavy. And then I realised that apart from Morrissey/Smiths that's basically 90% of what I listen to, so it was kind of unavoidable. :p
Here it's a kind of cultural/class difference. Ska punk makes me think more middle class suburban kids, singing about relationships and stuff. Dub punk is more made by crusty squatters, and it's more about politics. :p
1. Intro Beltrane - P.A.I.N.
2. In The Blink Of An Eye - Ryan Harvey
3. Criminals - Inner Terrestrials
4. She Floated Away - Husker Du
5. Too Many Martyrs - Phil Ochs
6. When Morning Comes - Suicide Bid
7. People II: The Reckoning - Andrew Jackson Jihad
8. Bourbon and...