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Failed States [Deluxe Edition]

by Propagandhi

Failed States [Deluxe Edition] by Propagandhi

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Failed States [Deluxe Edition]

by Propagandhi

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Label: Epitaph
Manitoba's anarcho-pop-punk lifers sound metal now -- screamo, mainly, though with portentous doom and tricky thrash firming up the hardcore hopscotch and Bad Religion shouts. They open their first Occupy-era album powerfully, with the nearly six-minute "Note to Self," the longest cut by far in a set where several slams clock in under 120 seconds. Its staccato charge suggests a heavier Fugazi or the Ex, under despairing electoral buyer's remorse: "How does it make you feel to know that you voted for this?" Nothing else here touches it, but whatever they're complaining about sure stays urgent.

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Manitoba's anarcho-pop-punk lifers sound metal now -- screamo, mainly, though with portentous doom and tricky thrash firming up the hardcore hopscotch and Bad Religion shouts. They open their first Occupy-era album powerfully, with the nearly six-minute "Note to Self," the longest cut by far in a set where several slams clock in under 120 seconds. Its staccato charge suggests a heavier Fugazi or the Ex, under despairing electoral buyer's remorse: "How does it make you feel to know that you voted for this?" Nothing else here touches it, but whatever they're complaining about sure stays urgent.

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About This Album

Manitoba's anarcho-pop-punk lifers sound metal now -- screamo, mainly, though with portentous doom and tricky thrash firming up the hardcore hopscotch and Bad Religion shouts. They open their first Occupy-era album powerfully, with the nearly six-minute "Note to Self," the longest cut by far in a set where several slams clock in under 120 seconds. Its staccato charge suggests a heavier Fugazi or the Ex, under despairing electoral buyer's remorse: "How does it make you feel to know that you voted for this?" Nothing else here touches it, but whatever they're complaining about sure stays urgent.