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Propagandhi

Today's Empires, Tomorrows Ashes

Fat Wreck Chords 617

Released on February 6, 2001


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The wait is over. The day is upon us. 14 brand new anthems thrown into the growing resistance to empires and the like. Fast. heavy, irreverant, melodic, metallic punk rock that tips it's hat, real gentleman-like to the mid eighties political hardcore and speed metal that radicalized these three backwater kids in the first place. Still convinced that making records is more than just music and that people are not the idiots that CNN and MTV seem convinced they are, this record also brings you an interactive CD ROM full of info and goodies. Knowledge is power. Arm yourself.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 60 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mate Ka Moris Ukun Rasik An Voted #3  15%
2 Fuck The Border  8%
3 Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes Voted #2  17%
4 Back To The Motor League Voted #1  23%
5 Natural Disasters  2%
6 With Freinds Like These  3%
7 Albright Monument, Baghdad  2%
8 Ordinary People Do Fucked Up Things  1%
9 Ladies Nite In Loserville  4%
10 Ego Fum Papa (I Am The Pope)  2%
11 New Homes For Idle Hands  1%
12 Bullshit Politicians  4%
13 March Of The Crabs  2%
14 Purina Hall Of Fame  15%
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Lindsey from Perth, Australia 
Jul 18 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Fucking great melodic fast paced political punk rock. The lyrics, i think are better than there previous two albums and you can really tell that the crew had really thought about each song and placed all there skills and efforts into. It is different to How to Clean Everything and Less Talk More Rock, which i love listening too. But this is a fucking great masterpiece. These guys are true to there word and are a huge influence to tons of fans and bands.

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Simon from Quebec City, PQ Canada 
Jul 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What a return!! The wait for this one worth it! This is probably the best band out of Canada! Lyrics matters in this one, intelligent & fun. The music is awesome too!

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Geoffrey from Auckland, New Zealand 
Jul 30 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Really good cd, but How To Clean Everything is by far the best. There's a few songs that dont quite have the arrogant voice I enjoy, so I've given it a 4.

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Mike from California, MD 
Oct 18 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It is a hit and miss album. the crap songs are pretty weak, the songwriting falls apart, and the lyrics seem forced and off beat from the music, and without any honest passion. The good songs kick some serious ass though, with grinding guitar work and pumping tone and makes you want to listen over and over. it is worth owning but it is one of those cds that I have to skip tracks or i lose interest

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Ian from Manchester, United Kingdom 
Oct 16 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

words cannot describe how good this cd is!!possibly one of the best punk albums ever written...the lyrics and the music show how much the band has changed and improved..seriously, if you know anything about punk music you will not be disappointed!!

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Matt from Park Hall, MD 
Oct 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

There is no reason not to own this album. Propagandhi is easily the strongest band on Fat. This album demonstrated their ability to go hardcore and pull it off well. Very different musically from How to Clean Everything, but still enjoyable. Back to the Motor League is one Propagandhi's best songs. They actually address political issues on a bases of more than just fuck the government. Yeah they have the song "fuck the border", but its so well written, you can ignore the simplicity of the chorus. Sometimes that just what you need to get you going is a hard, fast, chorus. The only thing i would say is a tiny flaw is they preach veganism too strongly. I'm all for that if thats your thing, i just dont need to hear the sounds of a cow screaming and suffering at the end of my record.

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Josef from Nutley, NJ 
Aug 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I must say, this album brings a tear to my eye. It's that good. Back to the motor league and the title track will have you touching yourself in places you never knew were possible. I really think these guys will still be rockin out from their rockin chairs when they're in their 80's.

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Marc from Spring, TX 
Jun 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A lot of people complain that it has no beat, and the only time they'd listen to the songs is if they were in a mosh pit. Personally I loved this song, it kicks ass on so many levels. The lyrics of course, and I personally liked the new style of music they went with on this album. Back to the Motorleague kicks ass, putting the screws to the "punk scene". To me this band is second only to Crass. My personal favorite song was Fuck the Border, it kicks ass...

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Graham from Southport, United Kingdom 
Jun 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing album, maybe the best they've written. The songs are musically spot on and the lyrics are intelligent and well thought through, a lot different to their other stuff but still mind blowing.

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Mary from Wadsworth, OH 
Feb 20 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i bought how to clean everything before i bought this cd and i guess i was just expecting something better even though all the reviews and shit said they had a more hardcore sound. the best song is fuck the borders.

 
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