Justifiable Homicide

Album: Destroy The Opposition (2000)
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  • This is a Socialist/Communist themed song describing the workers' struggle from oppression to unity to revolution to freedom. >>
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    Bill - Lansing, MI
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  • Cal from London, United KingdomInteresting. I would suppose that Bill from Lansing, MI has the cd because I couldn't make out a single bloody word at all. On a side note I am none to thrilled with the name of the band either. This song while it might have some actual merrit sounded like a sheep going through a meat grinder while the "vocalist" grunted into an electric shaver instead of a microphone. While I do support the worker's struggle from oppression there are other musical groups, whom one can actually understand, that would be better to listen to but that is only my opinion and does greatly differ from every other person.
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