Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Mayday Special: 14 songs about (more or less) Revolution

(Event in poster has already happened, obviously)

1. Download: El-P - "Habeas Corpses (Draconian Love)"
2. Download: The Observers - "Symbols, Slogans, Lies"
3. Download: The Thermals - "A Pillar Of Salt"
4. Download: Public Enemy - "Party For Your Right To Fight"
5. Download: Sleater-Kinney - "Combat Rock"
6. Download: Pearl Jam - "Grievance" (Live in Albany, NY)
7. Download: Public Enemy - "Fight The Power"
8. Download: James Brown - "Say It Loud, I'm Black And I'm Proud"
9. Download: Sex Pistols - "Anarchy in the UK"
10. Download: Sly & The Family Stone - "Stand!"
11. Download: Rage Against The Machine - "Guerilla Radio"
12. Download: Pearl Jam - "The New World" (Live at East Street, with John Doe of X)
13. Download: Aneuretical - "Mayday"
14. Download: The Beatles - "Revolution #9"

Today is Mayday, a holiday that has been devoted to many things, as you will read once you click the link. However, for the purpose of this post, I'll stick with the revolution interpretation. I figured it would be appropriate to post some songs with revolutionary overtones (even if they may be tangential). Hope you enjoy listening to them.

(Jonathan Graef)

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Blogger Peter said...

Jon, you post the sexiest playlists.

p.s. have you heard of The Cool Kids? They're a Chi-town hip-hop act that pfork was giving mad props to a few days ago.

11:13 AM  
Blogger MPLSFR said...

Glad you like them! I have not heard of The Cool Kids but, based on pfork's recommendation, I will definitely check them out. If they are good, I write about them here.

12:00 PM  

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