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A-F Records -Fueling The Flames Of Revolution Vol. 3

A-F 37

Released on August 12, 2003

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Fueling the Flames Of Revolution is the first A-F Records sampler of 2003, following the success of last year's label sampler. This year's sampler features several new and unreleased tracks, including a brand-new ANTI-FLAG song "You've Been to Our Shows, Now Go to a Fucking Protest". This track is a re-recorded version of "The Protest Song", an acoustic song ANTI-FLAG recorded in Europe this past February with Germany's THE DONOTS and previously available only on the A-F Records website. Fueling will also have a full-color package and a few surprises! Features previously unreleased tracks from ANTI-FLAG, THE CODE, PIPEDOWN, WHATEVER IT TAKES (featuring Chris #2 of ANTI-FLAG), INHUMAN, NEW MEXICAN DISASTER SQUAD, LEFTOVER CRACK and MORNING GLORY (featuring Ezra from LEFTOVER CRACK).

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 26 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Destruction Made Simple -Immigrant  2%
2 Code -What's It Gonna Take  9%
3 New Mexican Disaster Squad -The Ultimatum  2%
4 Tabula Rasa -Dead Air  1%
5 Much The Same -Wish  5%
6 Thought Riot -Hard Work (Demo)  6%
7 Virus Nine -Perfect Place  5%
8 Intro5pect -Rights  5%
9 Pipedown -Losing The Sun (Demo)  6%
10 Inhuman -Brooklyn Bastards  1%
11 Vacancy -Still The King  1%
12 Morning Glory -The Whole World's Watching Voted #2  14%
13 Modey Lemon -Jesus Christ (For Dinner)  1%
14 Whatever It Takes -In The Orchad  5%
15 Leftöver Crack -One Dead Cop Voted #1  15%
16 Anti-Flag -Youth And Tear Gas Voted #3  12%
17 Endless Struggle -Till The End  1%
18 Justin Sane -For Pat  5%
19 Black Market Crash -No Motivation  3%
Come back on or after Tuesday, August 12 to vote for your favorite songs

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Nikki from Huber Heights, OH 
Nov 27 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

At first, I thought this CD was just another political punk comp where every band sounds like Anti-Flag. But, I bought it because it was cheap (what the Hell, right?) and I was pleasantly surprised. There are definitely some stand out tracks on this, with only one or two songs that really suck. Believe it or not, there is a pretty good blend of other genres mixed in with the punk on this CD. Buy it!

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Sharon from Benton, PA 
Apr 26 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

A-F records isnt as good as it used to be the previous Sampler. A-F's Song is...OK. The songs are kind of Poppy compared to Vol. 2. If you like Anti-Flag and some of the A-F bands buy the A-F Sampler Vol. 2, its way better that Vol. 3.

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David from Christiansburg, VA 
Mar 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If your debating to buy this CD or not, go ahead and buy it. The Leftover Crack song kicks ass, and if you don’t like it, you’re not losing that much money anyway.

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Steve from Fairfield, NJ 
Jan 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a very good cd. it has a lot of good bands on it, like LOC. A-F records made this comp really well. for about 4 dollars, it is deffinetly worth the money. the bands on this cd are unbelievable, you will want to listen to at least one song on it over and over it its that damn good. 5 stars.

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A.j. from South Orange, NJ 
Dec 14 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good comp, if your into more heavier stuff like LoC, Inhuman, and stuff like that (At least for punk.) some of the track were "meh" like Tabula Rasa and Justin Sane's song. All saround its a great comp, one of the better ones you might find if your into most of the bands, but dont buy if you just like one band like JUST Leftover Crack.

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Danny from Carlotta, CA 
Nov 29 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

1. Destruction Made Simple-Immigrant: A great song to start off a CD with. Very energetic with very good vocals and very fast drums. Not to mention bass work comparable to the likes of Matt Freeman. 8/10

2. The Code-What’s It Gonna Take: A very good ska/punk song with great bass work and lyrics. The singer has a great voice, great back-up vocals too. It reminds of someone, but I don’t exactly know whom. 7/10

3. New Mexican Disaster Squad-The Ultimatum: Another very energetic song. Sounds a lot like Destruction Made Simple with a different singer. Kind of odd lyrics for an A-F band starting the song off with “Just because I serve to fight don’t mean I’m fucked up by the right”. Not bad, but nothing special. 6/10

4. Tabula Rasa-Dead Air: I guess this is math rock or whatever people call it. Some people might even call it emo. It’s quite a bit different than the other bands, but not bad at all. At first you might think, “What is this stuff”. But you’ll be singing all day and later realize what a great song it really is. 9/10

5. Much The Same-Wish: A fairly poppy band. This songs sucks. The only thing preventing it from getting a 0/10 is some badass back-up vocals and breakdowns. 2-10

6. Thought Riot-Hard Words: One of the most underrated bands around. This isn’t one of their better songs, but it still kicks major ass. Very energetic, great gang vocals/chants and as usual superb lyrics. Get both of this bands full length’s NOW! And see these guys (and girl) live as soon as possible. 8/10

7. Virus Nine-Perfect Place: This may be the best song on this compilation. Great vocals and lyrics. And some of the most bass you’ll ever here in you fucking life! These guys are seriously talented musicians. 10/10

8. Intro5pect-Right: It’s weird techno/punk stuff. I guess if you’re in to it it’s cool. The back-up vocalists sound exactly like the guys in Anti-Flag. It’s got great lyrics a good beat and a nice tempo. For weird techno crap it’s actually a pretty good song though. 6/10

9. Pipedown-Losing The Sum: A very good song off of their 2nd full length Mental Weaponry. Great lyrics and drumming. I usually don’t like a lot of screaming, but I like this bands screaming. It just brings so much energy to the song. Very good song. 7/10

10. Inhuman-Brooklyn Bastards: It’s an alright song. The lyrics are pretty fuckin’ stupid. But is has some good breakdowns and pretty good vocals. 5/10

11. The Vacancy-Still The King: Some stupid pop-punk band that somehow got on this label. They remind of some stupid MTV “punk” band. If you like Good Charlotte and Simple Plan, you’ll most likely love these guys… I really hate this song 0/10

12. Morning Glory-The Whole World’s Watching: If you don’t know Morning Glory is a band that was formed by some of the Choking Victim members. I don’t know exactly who’s in the band, but I know that this is some kick ass ska/punk. 8/10

13. Modey Lemon-Jesus Christ (For Dinner): When I first heard these guys I was like “What the fuck!?” And I slapped the nearest person I could find. I didn’t know whether it was good or bad, I just knew it was weird. These guys are a two-man band (guitar/drum) and they get a lot of comparison to the White Stripes. But they are way better. This song will grow on you, and then eat you for dinner. 8-10

14. Whatever It Takes-In The Orchad: First of all, I bought this bands full length and was greatly disappointed. But if this song were included, it would have been worth the $14 alone. This is one of the best songs you’ll ever hear. It has great lyrics and some of the most original guitar and drum work you’ll ever hear in you’re life. It’s pretty sad that this band broke up right after releasing this song, because if this song is anything indication they were gonna be special. 10/10

15. Leftover Crack-One Dead Cop: This song is off their latest CD Fuck World Trade (If you don’t have it you’re an idiot). This is one of the best LOC songs ever. It has great drums and guitar work. Great vocals and cop bashing lyrics. Great fucking song! KILL COPS! 10/10

16. Anti-Flag-Youth & Tear Gas: A very short but cool Anti-Flag song… That’s it… What?… You wanna fight about it?… 7/10

17. Endless Struggle-Till The End: Endless Struggle is a street punk band from Salt Lake City that recently broke up. This song is nothing special. Its reminds of some song I’ve heard before. It’s pretty boring and you’ll most likely listen to once and forget about it… Like me. 4/10

18. Justin Sane-For Pat: OK, imagine if Anti-Flag only had a guitar and was an emo band. That’s what this sounds like. It’s not as bad as it sounds though. It’s got some good lyrics a pretty good guitar riffs. 6/10

19. Black Market Crash-No Motivation: I know nothing about this band. I can’t find any of their CD’s anywhere. Not even a band website. It’s a pretty good ska/punk song with great vocals from a virtually unknown band. 7/10

Overall: It’s a very good sampler and for the price it’s one of the best buys you can find. I guarantee you’ll like at least a couple of these bands to buy more of their stuff. For the price you can’t beat it. 8/10

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Connie F from Carrizo Springs, TX 
Nov 13 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I bought this cd for the Anti-Flag, Leftover Crack, Morning Glory, and The Code songs. I liked the Virus 9 song and the Intro5spect one was pretty good. I like some of the songs.

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Pat from West St. Paul, MN 
Jul 19 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I've decided not to buy anymore future A-F Record products, for the simple sake of not funding the D.F.L. when I buy anything. Those communist jerks. Plz send his manifesto. LOL... In all seriousness, this cd is ok. I just got sick of these bands very quickly.

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Shana from Fenton, MI 
Jun 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ah yes, Fueling the Flames is a pretty good cd. I like a lot of the bands on here so I can't really say that anything is bad about this cd. I think if you get it you should really check out the song Tear gas and youth by Anti-Flag that is a really good song.Pretty short though...other than that its a really good.

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Mark from Lincoln Park, NJ 
Jun 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Very good comp. Definitely worth the money, if just for the Leftover Crack and Morning Glory tracks. Plus, it gave me a good intro to The Code, an awesome punk-ska band. Pick this one up now!

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