-2 pocket recycled cardboard jacket with a 4.75" x 3" home made lyric book tucked in one side and a plain black CD tucked in the other -7 songs, 29 minutes
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“Wasi'chu is a Lakota word that means non-Indian. But another version of this word means 'the one who takes the best meat for himself.' The one who takes the best part of the meat. It means greedy.”
“In other words, I think what is important to the capitalist system is money. It's assets, it's investments, it's property. That, I believe, is at this point – until people turn it around – determining the direction of our societies. It's the economic system of capitalism – multinational corporate capitalism - which reduces all our relationships to economic. And so, I think to be effective – even on a more militant level – I think it's the economic system of capitalism that should be targeted, as opposed to people.”
distraction and desperation.
these walls come crashing down.
severed fucking purpose.
shackled to escape.
it's time to draw a line in the sand.
dig in, and refuse to fade away.
hurl verse and bottle
from the barricades.
never give them an inch.
there's no resolutions,
liberation from this endless sleep.
destroyers of this world.
let us become death.
set ablaze the old gods.
their embers keep us warm.
from the ashes
this new world is ours.
released June 7, 2015
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