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Propagandhi

Supporting Caste

Smallman 29024

Released on March 10, 2009

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Legendary and unrepentant residents of humankind’s ideological peanut-gallery, Propagandhi does not disappoint with Supporting Caste - a collection of boundless power and depth that is a 50 000 watt forward-thinking tip-of-the-hat to the giants—Voivod, Rush, SNFU, Sacrifice, Razor, Guilt Parade – that have gone before them. Launching crude rockets into the heart of the prevailing order with meditations that range in focus from the humane slaughter and consumption of non-vegans in an elaborate 18-course banquet (with wine pairings) to the apparent confusion of turning on the TV to watch a simple hockey game and having to wonder whether or not the Nazi’s actually lost the war after all. Supporting Caste: 12 new laments, reveries and extrapolations from 4 visibly-aging prairie skids who still cannot believe that of all the gin joints in all the galaxies in all the universes, they had to be born on this one.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Night Letters  8%
2 Supporting Caste Voted #2  17%
3 Tertium Non Datur  3%
4 Dear Coache's Corner Voted #1  20%
5 This Is Your Life  3%
6 Human(e) Meat (The Flensing Of Sandor Katz)  10%
7 Potemkin City Limits Voted #3  11%
8 The Funeral Procession  2%
9 Without Love  8%
10 Incalculable Effects  3%
11 The Banger's Embrace  10%
12 Last Will And Testament  5%
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David from Lemon Grove, CA 
Dec 18 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Like many fans, I sometimes find it hard to reconcile the difference in styles between the first two Propagandhi albums and the last three. I miss the pop sensibility that John K. Sampson brought to the band. I miss the sense of humor that was the spoon full of sugar that helped the medecine (geo politics and socioeconomics) go down. I miss the raw, punk skate rock style of How To Clean Everything.

But bands and musicians grow, so as fans we must try and grow with them or go our seperate ways. Propagandhi is a band worth growing with, as they've always challenged the listener, both sonically and with there message. The music is a little more polished and a little more metal influenced. The message is a little more bleak. But the quality of both message and music is still top notch and very much worth the investment, both monetarily and intelectually.

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Olmoosedog from Las Vegas, NV 
Dec 10 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

You know these guys have changed there sound so much I don't get what the hell there doing. I was not impressed. I will give another listen and try to figure out what the hell there doing. bring back that original sound back. I support you guys allot so I wont bash you guys just bring it back a little.

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Anthony from Barstow, CA 
May 7 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Propagandhi continue to get heavier and angrier. But with just enough sarcasm and humor to make it believable and truly terrifying. Without a doubt this is their best CD. It was so amazing that I'm pretty sure I'm sterile now.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Apr 5 2009 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I think Propagandhi is suffering an identity crisis. I loved the first 3 albums on FAT. The first 2 albums ("How To Clean..." & "Less Talk More Rock") are essentials in my collection. The third album "Today's Empires..." took time for me to get use to, but once I saw them play live, I grew to like that album. Then came "Potemkin City Limits" and I could hardly listen to it. Now comes "Supporting Caste". I had high expectations for this record, because I read about how Chris, Jord, and Todd were going to stop concentrating so much on their record label (G7 Welcoming Committee) and start playing live and recording more in Propagandhi. Yes! As soon as I popped this into my CD player I thought I was listening to "Master of Puppets" by Metallica or something? So far I have listened to this album a few times and there are a couple tracks I like, but I'm still kind of disappointed. Maybe if I see them live doing these songs, I might grow to like them. I'm not sure I will shell out any more money for a Propagandhi offering. I got into punk rock years ago because I hated metal. If you listen to their podcast at Issue Oriented, Chris and Todd talk about their sound a little bit. It sounded like to me, that they are headed more to the direction of a punk/thrash/metal sound.





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