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Underground Network

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Released on April 24, 2001



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Since their formation back in 1994, Anti-Flag have covered a lot of ground, both geographically, touring the US 10+ times and musically/politically, weaving together a healthy blend of politics and punk rock. 2001 finds the band on a new label with a new album entitled underground network. The 13 songs are a call out for unity, an attempt to put a stop to the mindless nationalism, and educate the punk rock masses! Not only does the band come to the table with a strong political message, they haven’t skimped a bit on the musical side of things. All the sing along choruses that Anti-flag has become known for, layered over a sonic Masterpiece. Fans Nationwide will not be disappointed.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 85 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Angry, Young And Poor Voted #2  12%
2 This Machine Kills Fascists  9%
3 Underground Network Voted #1  15%
4 Daddy Warbux  2%
5 Vieques, Puerto Rico: Bikini Revisited  5%
6 Stars And Stripes Voted #3  12%
7 Watch The Right  6%
8 The Panama Deception  7%
9 Culture Revolution  10%
10 Spaz's House Party  8%
11 Bring Out Your Dead  8%
12 A Start  1%
13 Untill It Happens To You  3%
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Connor from Cary, NC 
Sep 9 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Not as good as "Die For the Government","Terror State","New Kind of Army",or even the newest one "For Blood and Empire",but still worth getting. Its not my favorite Anti-Flag cd. I think all the songs sound the same and it seems like they were trying to re-create "A New Kind of Amry". They failed...Although some songs(Spaz's House Destruction Party,Stars and Stripes,Bring out Your Dead,Underground Network,This Machine Kills Fascists and Angry, Young And Poor) are great,the other half of the cd is too,bland. Good,but nothing Really special. I say get it,but after all the albums I mentioned above.

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Steven from York, PA 
May 6 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is good, but not as good as Die For The Government. It has a lot of good songs on it though, like Underground Network, Stars and Stripes and Angry, Young and Poor.

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Joe from Hoffman Estates, IL 
Feb 18 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another Great CD by Anti-Flag, i think its the best cd they have ever recorded. Spaz's House Destruction Party really shows that all anti-flag songs don't have to be political and serious. the cd is filled with great songs such as bring out your dead, angry young and poor, and stars and stripes. great cd to add to your collection

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Jonathan from Liberty, SC 
Feb 11 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ah Anti-Flag. This is a great CD, probably my favorite. Get this and "Die For Your Government." 5 Stars because it deserves it.

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Rosemary from Chesapeake, VA 
Nov 5 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

jamshid(rosemary is my mom) pretty good. awesome sing alongs. this cd gets you PUMPED! GETS YOU READY FOR THE PROTEST!

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Renée from Joliette, PQ Canada 
Jul 13 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Anti-Flag is definitely one of the most involved band in the punk rock scene, only by their lyrics, you can tell that they want you to realize stuff when listening, that they want you to be interested in social, political and environnemental matters. I don't know if it is their mission to do so, but they are doing it, and I hope their music can help the youth stand up and take part of the revolution. As for the album itself, the music is very Anti-Flag, if you love the oldest, you'll love this one.

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Arjun from San Jose, CA 
May 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the first anti-flag CD i've ever bought. I've never heard any of their other stuff, i just knew that they had a good reputation, and i liked watch the right, so i bought this. I really liked this record, all of the songs are phenomenal. I really felt the sick bass lines. The only songs that are short of spectacular are Spaz's house destruction party, and until it happens to you. And even these songs are pretty awesome. So overall, this is a really good album, I really like it and take it with me whenever i have free time. I'd recommend this to any punk out there.

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Kev! from Lansdale, PA 
Mar 16 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

very political and an amazing cd. some say a new kind of army is the best one but i ve herd that and i like this a bit of the best cds i have. wether ur new to anti flag or just didnt get this cd yet my advice to u os to buy it.well worth the money. great punk cd.

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Benjamin from Boston, MA 
Nov 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Overall this CD is pretty damn good. Gotta love #2's bass lines, especially on "Bring Out Your Dead". Lots of people say this is their best album, and I can't dispute that since I don't have any of the other ones. Normally I wouldn't rate it so high, except when I saw them live my Republican half-brother kept yelling at me about how I was brainwashed. Fuck that! Anyway, it's ironic how Anti-Flag were singing "Davey Destroyed The Punk Scene" and then they got this lead singer who sounds just like Davey Havok.

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Brendan from Elmhurst, IL 
Jul 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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