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Eloquent progressive/thrash/punk.

If you have listened to Propagandhi over the years, you can hear their lyrical and instrumental skills mature. This album also delivers the same clean production, shredding riffs and hardcore left ideologies you come to know and love. (Or not, depending on your political leanings.)

If you are fan thrash/punk/progressive whatever-the-hell-you'd-call-this-genre, then buy this record. I love it. I'll be listening to this while head-banging, while eating my veggie burger, while reading Chris Hedges. Bro.

This album is no Supporting Caste

Decent album, but it won't spend as much time in my CD player (or iPod) as Supporting Caste did. There just seems to be less oomph, fewer sing-alongs, and too much being different for different's sake. Maybe I just like Supporting Caste too much, perhaps I'm more of a fan of Propagandhi's pop-punk leanings in How to Clean Everything than I am of their metal influences. Still, the influence and importance of this band cannot be denied.

Solid album but messed up last track

Sounds great, but the last track cuts out early on the digital download from iTunes. There's about 40 or 50 seconds left on the song and then it just ends while the music is going full-on. Anyone else have that same problem?


Formed: 1986 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As one of Fat Wreck Chords' very first bands, Propagandhi have long been going against the grain of not just society, but even their own record label. Initiated by Chris Hannah and Jordy Samolesky, the band of radicals from Winnipeg, Canada, got together in 1989 and eventually played a show with NOFX. After talking with Fat Mike and realizing they shared the same D.I.Y. attitude, the band agreed to join his fledgling label. Ideally, the band would have loved to skirt the entire capitalist process...
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Failed States, Propagandhi
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: Aug 31, 2012

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