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  • This is the first single from System of a Down leader Serj Tankian's third solo album, Harakiri. "It's a comical political song talking about abusive capitalism and the differences created in economic stature and the reaction to it. CEOs have gotten away with murder, until now," the Lebanese-born musician explained to Noisecreep. The song was released on May 1, 2012.
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