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The People Or The Gun

Side One Dummy 71385.2

Released on June 9, 2009



Vinyl includes MP3 download card

The seventh full-length Anti-Flag release starts off fast and furious with “Sodom, Gomorrah, Washington D.C. (Sheep in Shepherd’s Clothing)” as Chris #2 (bass & vocals) takes aim at those who use the Bible to control the masses, spitting out the lyrics with an urgency that makes his voice crack. If the album’s second track, “The Economy is Suffering… Let It Die,” isn’t nearly as reckless, it’s just as impassioned, as Justin Sane (vocals & guitar) weighs in on the government bailouts of 2008, asking “Where are all the bailouts for the homeless and the poor?” It’s just the sort of question bands like Anti-Flag were born to ask. And there are plenty of those moments on “The People or the Gun.” Before they’re through, in fact, they’ve fired off a number of their most explosive political broadsides from the punk-rock trenches yet.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sodom, Gomorrah, Washington D.C. (Sheep in Shepherd's Clothing) Voted #1  22%
2 The Economy is Suffering...Let It Die Voted #2  19%
3 The Gre(a)t Depression  10%
4 We Are The One  6%
5 You Are Fired (Take This Job)  3%
6 This Is The First Night  13%
7 No War Without Warriors (How Do You Sleep?)  5%
8 When All The Lights Go Out Voted #3  18%
9 On Independance Day  3%
10 The Old Guard  2%
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Emily from Antelope, CA 
Dec 27 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD, not a song on here that I don't like. After The Bright Lights of America it seems a lot less theatrical and shit. No little kid choruses chanting the same phrase over and over again - nice to know Anti-Flag is back to normal.

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Daniel from Stuart, VA 
Aug 28 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The same old Anti-Flag... they will never disappoint me! Not a bad song on the whole cd. I just wish I would have heard there music when they first came out instead of just getting into it six years ago.

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Eric from Lovettsville, VA 
Jul 10 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I was really happy with this cd. They really brought it with this one, I liked bright lights a lot even though is was different but on this one they went back to doing there old style but even better so if your a fan def get this album

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James from Manchester, CT 
Jul 2 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I really did not mind their last CD ("Bright Lights...") and its overproduction and experimentation with grandiose sound. I thought "hey, The Clash did the same with London Calling." However, it was just so refreshing to hear the grit and roughness of this new CD. I thought the production was done perfectly to capture the raw edge lost on their last few efforts. It's short, dramatic, and physical. It made me wish Rancid would do the same on their Dominoes CD.

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Nicholas from Hesperia, CA 
Jun 8 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is best Anti-Flag ablum since terror state. For Blood And Empire and The Bright Lights Of America were both aright ablums FBAE better but there new ablum shows there true sound. each song packs an punch to wake up america. overall its good solid punk rock ablum i strongly recommend this ablum to fans and newcomers of anti-flag.

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Tom from Bay Village, OH 
Jun 8 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great to see Anti-Flag back to their original format being a smaller label and shorter track times. After buying The Bright Lights of America, I was unsure about the sound direction Anti-Flag was going back they are back o course with this 30min CD of good old punk rock. If you are trying to get into Anti-flag get a A New Kind of Army first then progress to this album its worth it.

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