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Chao-Wera

Chao-wera; A bastardized folk rhythm (kerewa) provides the rhythmic conveyer belt for a single unit of chaos. Nagara drums of Rajasthan- the descendants of camelmounted Mogul military drums. Shehenai blasts lunacy, an unquantifiable energy. Fanatics be...

Crashing the System

they sleep in the street and the wealthy laugh what will it say on your epitaph corporate parasite how can you sleep at night? don't you know our silence is your only might? fly around the world in your jet it's so easy for you to forget your wealth, it...

Feral

All wolves on Earth will be extinct in our lifetimes if the current rate of slaughter continues. North Americans hunted the Plains Wolf to extinction, and now the U.S. and Canadian govt.'s are attempting to wipe out the Northern Wolf "for the good of the carib...

New Earth

New Earth! New Earth! New Earth! Let them not say they were not warned Let them not say they were not told Let them fall like the forests they destroyed Let them die like the slaves they bought and sold Let them have enough rope Let them hang themselve...

New Earth Rising

Now...what do revolutionaries do when they win, eh? When the blood has been sunk into the fields and been washed from the streets? When the old flag's been torn down, the old ties broken, the old system thrown away?' Let a New Earth Rise! let another world...

Smash Things Up

In Austin it was Jenny who made the rich folks sorry She would steal their cadillacs and dump them in the quarry In jail she learned the lesson she'll remember till the end You stick to your story, you never confess, you never turn in a friend! Rob the ri...

Solidarity

Wealth and justice, great disparity Stand together, answer the call What we need is solidarity Injury to one is an injury to all Stand- with sisters and brothers Make- their cause your own Fight- for one another We all call the same place home Know the...

Tegucigalpa

Let me tell you the story of little Mollie May Her stepfather taught her special games they could play The man was a preacher, made her swear not to tell He talked about heaven, but he made her life hell Sometimes he would hurt her right there in the churc...