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Bonus Song: Accept and Obey

Bonus Songs | July 3rd, 2010

“ask them what they stand for: their answers [are] always vague. Don’t try to understand, No! You must Accept and Obey! Anti establishment hard industrial song here!

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America’s Current Ruling Class?

Observations of The World | July 29th, 2009

The old political descriptions have no meaning anymore. So what do we call this new movement shaping American policy? Emocracy!

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Let Us Pray

Prophesy or Madness? | July 25th, 2009

Is Global Warming is a Religion? I say: yes! Christianity was an established religion only 50 years after Jesus walked the earth. So what will an Earth Church look like a century from now?

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Now That Bush is Gone (And Good Riddance!)…

Observations of The World | July 24th, 2009

President Bush was a mean old bird, affecting America in so many negative ways. His departure was the worse thing that could have happened to rock and roll.

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Regulate This!

Observations of The World | July 24th, 2009

There are clarion calls for the government to regulate more and more of the lives and activities of individuals in America. But there is one sphere of consensual activity that is off limits. If we’re going to be consistent, we might as well go whole hog with our restrictions.

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On the RNC and the Riots

Observations of The World | September 6th, 2008

Bonus Song: “Rock and Roll Jihad”

A few years ago on 9-11, a band called Reverend Poky Bunge played on the day of an anniversary of some tragic even in history. This song tells the story about a fictional rock band’s ill-fated meeting with Al-Qaeda.

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Indoctri-Nation’s “The Banned” Album

Production and Recording | August 9th, 2008

Production information for a truly anti establishment industrial rock band’s album.

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