Nic Diamond

Member Since: 11/22/2001
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Other Mixes By Nic Diamond

CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Mixed Genre

Take That!

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Li'l Cap'n Travis  America Beat 'Em All (to the moon)  buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum  buy on itunes
Bob Marley & The Wailers  So Much Things To Say  buy on itunes
Spearhead  Crime To Be Broke In America  buy on itunes
The Byrds  I Wanna Grow Up To Be A Politician  buy on itunes
John Lennon  Power To The People  buy on itunes
Tracy Chapman  Talkin' Bout A Revolution  buy on itunes
Lou Reed  Last Great American Whale  buy on itunes
R.E.M.  Its The End Of The World As We Know It (and I feel fine)  buy on itunes
John Prine  Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore  buy on itunes
Joni Mitchell  Big Yellow Taxi  buy on itunes
Willie Nelson w/ Kid Rock  Last Stand In Open Country  buy on itunes
Hank Williams III  7 Months, 39 Days  buy on itunes
Sublime  Date Rape  buy on itunes
Ani DiFranco  Little Plastic Castle  buy on itunes
They Might Be Giants  Your Racist Friend  buy on itunes
Molly Universe  Tolerance  buy on itunes
Red Hot Chili Peppers  The Power Of Equality  buy on itunes
Choking Victim (with spoken word by Jello Biafra)  Money  buy on itunes
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones  Desensitized  buy on itunes
OutKast  True Dat (interlude)  buy on itunes
The Police  Dead End Job  buy on itunes
Rancid  If The Kids Are United  buy on itunes
Body Count  Cop Killer  buy on itunes


A no-frills Protest Songs Mix that I took special care to keep it from becoming a Dope Smokin' Mix, which my protest mixes tend to do. The Lou Reed song is probably my favorite by him; the John Prine song was originally recorded in protest of the Vietnam War, but it is equally relevant today as the War Against Terrorism wages on (if not more so). The Hank III song almost doesn't fit, but I put it in there because of a lyric in the Willie Nelson song, "There's always someone quicker, someone faster on the draw, someone who's stepping-up to be the next outlaw.", and I envision Hank III as being that person who is the next outlaw in country music...besides, it (Hank III's song) is about being jailed "even though I never did a crime". I'll close with words my friend Snake left me with, FIGHT THE POWER!!
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