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Anti-War Music
Posted by: photophreak (IP Logged)
Date: April 14, 2004 10:52AM

There is, of course, The Coup, the hip-hop band whose pre-9/11 album cover for Party Music featured frighteningly accurate explosions in both twin towers, with the lead male holding a remote detonator and the lead female conducting it like an orchestra.

My favorite band is Stereolab.
Two songs from their 2001 album Sound Dust are somewhat prescient:
Gus the Mynah Bird (nominally about the Pinochet coup, but applicable to 9/11)
Suggestion Diabolique (eerily suggestive of Bin Laden)

Many of their over 10 year's worth of songs are anti-war and anti-corporate.



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