- Performer Danger To The System
- Title Beware The Military Industrial Complex
- Date of release 2006
- Style Punk, Folk
- Other formats AIFF APE VOX AHX ASF WMA MIDI
- Genre Rock / Folk music
- Size MP3 1393 mb
- Size FLAC 1951 mb
- Rating: 4.1
- Votes: 247
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Danger to the System (DttS) is a punk band hailing from the Binghamton region of New York, or more specifically the small town of Afton. The band features Alex Loeb on guitar and vocals, Duane Red Bear on drums and backing vocals, and Mike Danger on bass and backing vocals. They are mainly a political band though it is not the focus of all their songs. The album opens with This Song Holds A Hidden Hope, which is a great introduction to the CD and the band overall. The song opens slowly, but the pace quickens shortly thereafter. Loeb shouts powerful lyrics over palm-muted riffs backed by tight.
Label: Raise Your Fist Records – none. Country: US. Released: 2006.
A driving factor behind this relationship between the government and defense-minded corporations is that both sides benefit-one side from obtaining war weapons, and the other from being paid to supply them.
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Download PDF. Danger To The System - Set, Ready, Go! lyrics. The sickness took her away. It attacked the whole city. Such damage has it done. It's too late for her. She's already gone.
Others have referred to the beast as the "Iron Triangle". In one corner of the triangle stands the arms industry. As for the ultimate nightmare, a military take-over akin to the one that came close to in John Frankenheimer's fictional 1964 political thriller Seven Days in May, that is simply inconceivable. The true tragedy is not quite the one that Eisenhower imagined. How much better if some of that money would be used to improve the country's education and infrastructure, or provide health care for all, or increase foreign aid, rather than on protecting America from threats that geography alone renders illusory.
Today, more than half of Federal discretionary funding goes to it. With the post-9/11 addition of Homeland Security and more and more intelligence agencies (seventeen of them at last count), the Complex continues to grow like Topsy.
|1||This Song Has A Hidden Hope||2:26|
|2||Now I'm Gone||3:59|
|3||Bill Of Rights||2:13|
|5||Lending A Helping Hand||2:36|
|6||Selling Out And Buying In||2:09|
|7||Set, Ready, Go!||3:56|
|8||The Most We Need||2:30|
|9||Bump N' Grind||4:03|
|10||Not Even Close||1:57|
|12||I Ain't Got No Home
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