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 Post subject: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 3:23 am 
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I just scored this awesome live recording of Propagandhi at San Louis Obispo, CA. Too bad they're not coming to Portland this year.
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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 3:41 am 
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SWEET! I love Propagandhi! Do you have their new album? Supporting Caste? Terrific. My favorite song is "Human Meat, the killing of Sandor Katz"

Wicked album.


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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 3:47 am 
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I love the new album! Might even been my favorite Propagandhi record. It's so good for the gym too. "Human Meat" is pretty damn amazing, but I think it's tied with "Potemkin City Limits" (the song, not the album ;-).

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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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mikkei wrote:
I love the new album! Might even been my favorite Propagandhi record. It's so good for the gym too. "Human Meat" is pretty damn amazing, but I think it's tied with "Potemkin City Limits" (the song, not the album ;-).

Totally sweet!


Yeah, I love most of the tracks. Sadly, I don't know the names of each of them because I bought it, put it on my ipod, and just kept listening to it. Lol! I forgot the names of most of em cuz I have an old shuffle and it doesn't display the names of the songs.


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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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No offense, but I looked it up on itunes and most of the songs of that new album sound the same. Different words, but the music and tone of voice didnt seem to change much...

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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Nah it's ok. I thought along the same lines when I first heard it for some of the tracks actually. The songs send really good messages though, and I'm one of those people that listens closely to lyrics.


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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Oh yeah. Coach's Corner.. Another fave of mine. Heard it on your blog, Mikkei and I was stoked!


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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Nah it's ok. I thought along the same lines when I first heard it for some of the tracks actually. The songs send really good messages though, and I'm one of those people that listens closely to lyrics.



Yeah I listen to lyrics too!!

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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Octopussoir wrote:
No offense, but I looked it up on itunes and most of the songs of that new album sound the same. Different words, but the music and tone of voice didnt seem to change much...


I can see that. The first four Propagandhi albums were all very different. I think they all came five years apart too. This one could definitely sound like a continuation of Potemkin City Limits. They really went with the same sounds they developed there for this new record. So I see your point, but I still love it. :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Propagandhi are immense, my favorite band by far. Unfortunately when they came to UK in April, they only played in England (I live in Scotland), so me and my mate took an 8 hour bus journey down and saw them in Sheffield and London. They're SO amazing live. Best thing about gandhi is they never disapoint. NEVER.

I love the new album, racked up about 80 plays on media player, that doesn't include my ipod or listening elsewhere in the house :)

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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Saw them live last fall (I think) with Strike Anywhere and Banner Pilot. They have been my favorite band for so long. Bought Supporting Caste but couldn't listen to it while cycling, it wore me out. Less Talk, More Rock is my jam. Best album to date.


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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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I still think their best song ever is Iteration.


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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Time and tide, no-one can anticipate the inevitable waves of change!

Iteration is fucking good.

Saw Propagandhi 4 times now, Strike 3 times (once was both at the same show). Propagandhi are by far the best live band.

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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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 Post subject: Re: For anyone who digs Propagandhi
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Whilst I dig the politics (aside from the problem they appear to have with straight edge) & they are responsible for probably the best lyric ever (meat is still muder, dairy is still rape) I'm not a huge fan of the music itself. Give me Undying anyday.


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