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I would like to show you guys The Haymarket Squares

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by GirtheRobot, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. GirtheRobot

    GirtheRobotNew Member New Member


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    Also, I'm new here. I quite like this community. I've just recently become an anarchist, so I don't know what "category" I fall under yet (anarcho-communist, anarcho-syndicalist, etc), but I'll get that figured out in the future.

    The Haymarket Squares was one of the bands that really got me thinking about everything in our society, and this one song is probably the major thing that set me off. It is the definition of anarchy at its very core, and when I realized this, and also realized I agreed with every single line in the song, I knew I had to look into anarchy some more. I promptly bought a collection of Emma Goldman's essays =D

    Anyway, hope you enjoy. The audio syncing is a bit off, so just listen, you don't need to watch:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HeFP_84RBA

    They classify themselves as "punkgrass". Basically really fast bluegrass music with hardcore punk-ass lyrics. Good shit. I see them probably every other weekend on average, as they're a local band here but I would love for them to become well known. If you like that song, I have links to both of their albums:

    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?jb94xzslyu17uzu
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?mq93u90a9sb783h

    Hope you enjoy =D They really changed my life, as did a couple other local bands down here in Phoenix, AZ.
     

  2. JackNegativity

    JackNegativityExperienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    Sounds like something I'd be into, but i can't DL anything :( This computer is old and senile.
     
  3. GirtheRobot

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