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don't ask me I don't give a damn, next stop is Denver man.
I just want to throw out a non-candidate diary. Music inspires me, and sitting at home this saturday night, I'd like to pay tribute to musicians that go out on a branch to give us politicaly motivated music.
This is a candidate neutral diary, so please leave your preferences before the jump. I just want to share some music with everyone at home on saturday night. Most of the songs are anti-war, but I threw in a few others. So if you want to get down to some angst filled counter culture music this saturday night, make the jump.
I'm also open to suggestions.
(warning, embeded viedeos galor)

update, I had to put in the original:

A little play on the classic, check this next one out:

what is it good for? (thanks Over the Edge, can't believe I forgot this one)

I know it can be confusing:

Good bye blue skies, I had to put a pootie in somewhere:

This ones for anyone who thinks slim shady never did anything worthwhile:

mercy me!:

The technique of protest is immortal:
(warning, immortal technique is somewhat tinfoily, but poweful hip hop)

Okay I want to lighten things up a little with a call to a yellow taxi:

And then we have Tom Morello, courtesy of Vappid:

So, I know I missed alot, ya'll got something to show me?

Originally posted to Drewid on Fri Feb 22, 2008 at 09:17 PM PST.

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