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Download Propagandhi tracks

February 10th, 2009 · post by Edd · 1 Comment

In the continuing slew of news we will no doubt be putting out about the new Propagandhi CD – excited us – we thought people would be interested to know that they’ve put up two of the album tracks for download so long as you make a donation to the Sea Sheppard Conservation Society, Partners in Health or Peta2.

Propagandhi have made an erudite statement of their intentions:

“Okay wieners, we’ve decided to try something different this time around. Before some dumb-ass dickweed leaks our new album all over the ‘net at some obscenely-low bitrate with the song titles mixed up and our band name spelled wrong, we’re gonna throw you a sweet, sweet (human) bone in the form of two wicked new songs (Supporting Caste and Human(e) Meat) from our rad new record while simultaneously trying to scrounge some spare change for a handful of organizations whose efforts in some way reflect our values. Don’t be a fuckin’ cheapskate either, you skinflint-tight-wad-Scrooge-McDuck motherfucker.

“Just kidding. You’re not a duck!”

Visit to download the tracks, and brace yourself for March 10th when the new album is released.

In related news, well relating to the Sea Sheppard. Their boat, the Steve Irwin, has withdrawn from the Japanese whaling fleet so that the group can return with a faster ship. Captain Paul Watson said, “We need to block those deadly harpoons and we need to outrun these hunter killer ships and to do that I need a ship that is as fast as they are and I intend to get one and I intend to return next year,” he said. “We will never stop intervening against their illegal whaling operations and we will never stop harassing them, blockading them and costing them money. I intend to be their on-going nightmare every year until they stop their horrific and unlawful slaughter of the great whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.”

There are some startling photos of the recent Operation Musashi on Indymedia here:

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