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13-Point Program To Destroy America

by Nation of Ulysses

13-Point Program To Destroy America by Nation of Ulysses

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13-Point Program To Destroy America

by Nation of Ulysses

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Label: Dischord Records
Concept over musicality was always Nation of Ulysses' M.O., and that's what you get on the D.C. punk band's 1991 debut: a sprinting diatribe against, well, pretty much everything. Throughout, guitars and skins are beaten to a bloody pulp and even a trumpet occasionally squawks to add a touch of free-jazz rule-breaking. The Black Panther-referencing title is nothing compared to the vitriol spewing out from Ian Svenonius, who despises adults and what rock 'n' roll has become -- excessive, drug-fueled, corporate, retrogressive. He also offers sage advice like, "Kids, don't rat out your friends."

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Concept over musicality was always Nation of Ulysses' M.O., and that's what you get on the D.C. punk band's 1991 debut: a sprinting diatribe against, well, pretty much everything. Throughout, guitars and skins are beaten to a bloody pulp and even a trumpet occasionally squawks to add a touch of free-jazz rule-breaking. The Black Panther-referencing title is nothing compared to the vitriol spewing out from Ian Svenonius, who despises adults and what rock 'n' roll has become -- excessive, drug-fueled, corporate, retrogressive. He also offers sage advice like, "Kids, don't rat out your friends."

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About This Album

Concept over musicality was always Nation of Ulysses' M.O., and that's what you get on the D.C. punk band's 1991 debut: a sprinting diatribe against, well, pretty much everything. Throughout, guitars and skins are beaten to a bloody pulp and even a trumpet occasionally squawks to add a touch of free-jazz rule-breaking. The Black Panther-referencing title is nothing compared to the vitriol spewing out from Ian Svenonius, who despises adults and what rock 'n' roll has become -- excessive, drug-fueled, corporate, retrogressive. He also offers sage advice like, "Kids, don't rat out your friends."