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Today's Empires, Tomorrows Ashes

Fat Wreck Chords 617

Released on February 6, 2001

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The wait is over. The day is upon us. 14 brand new anthems thrown into the growing resistance to empires and the like. Fast. heavy, irreverant, melodic, metallic punk rock that tips it's hat, real gentleman-like to the mid eighties political hardcore and speed metal that radicalized these three backwater kids in the first place. Still convinced that making records is more than just music and that people are not the idiots that CNN and MTV seem convinced they are, this record also brings you an interactive CD ROM full of info and goodies. Knowledge is power. Arm yourself.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mate Ka Moris Ukun Rasik An Voted #2  17%
2 Fuck The Border  0%
3 Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes Voted #1  33%
4 Back To The Motor League  11%
5 Natural Disasters  0%
6 With Freinds Like These  6%
7 Albright Monument, Baghdad  0%
8 Ordinary People Do Fucked Up Things  0%
9 Ladies Nite In Loserville  0%
10 Ego Fum Papa (I Am The Pope) Voted #3  17%
11 New Homes For Idle Hands  0%
12 Bullshit Politicians  0%
13 March Of The Crabs  17%
14 Purina Hall Of Fame  0%
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Nick from Brampton, ON Canada 
Feb 1 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing! One of my favourite bands. I love this album from beginning to end! Its fast punk with some thrash. Great lyrics as well...

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Jon from Lowell, MA 
Jan 21 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album changed my life. Although John Samson is not featured on bass, Propagandhi has evolved past any point of previous recognition. Some very thrash inspired tracks as well as several melodic hardcore-esque songs. Just buy it, it's worth every penny that you spend. Naysayers should go listen to "The War On Errorism" and stop whining about this album being different than the others. The LP is beautiful but it comes with a CD booklet rather than an insert...weird. Bottom line, buy this even if it's out of stock.

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Nora from Lansing, MI 
Apr 28 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is propagandhi's 3rd and last good full length release. amazing songs, just a tad too lyric filled than some earlier stuff, but still good enough to be downright sweet. it's a damn shame we had to wait over 3 years since the wimpy john k. sampson left the band to hear tracks featuring his superior replacement, todd from i spy. the songs are great, the over the top ibanez soloing is sometimes funny but also fitting with their progress up to this point. i saw them twice on this tour with j church and it was awesome. hearing their brand new 2006 full length makes me realize they've lost the goodness.

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Patrick from Gadsden, AL 
Apr 24 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This album is by far the worst on ive bought (on vinyl). Im sure it wouldnt be any better if u bought it on cd though, so dont get either!! Propagandhi used to be a great album, and really funny! (not cheap ass stupid humor like blink 182 either). This album has lots of dumbass screaming and yelling that former Propagandhi fans arent yet used to. Get either their first or second album, and dont get this one, even if you're a die hard fan or u are huge fans of the first few. It will make you wanna slap yourself and Propagandhi for writing it. Download (dont buy) Fuck the Border for one reason to not buy it. Today's Empires is an ok song though. To Propagandhi: Please go back to the old stuff, seriously... i nearly cried when i heard this album, i know you guys haev the potential to be great again!

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Marshal from El Paso, TX 
Aug 27 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Most well, all of the songs on here were really great, message wise any who. Propagandhi has always put out some of, if not thee best, political punk songs ever. Songs like fuck the border and todays empires, tomorrows ashes are some with a stronger and clearer message but all of them have meaning overall. I thought it was a great album but some of the songs where a little hard to under stand due to one of the singers screams. If Dead Kennedys isn't hitting the message enough for you, I'd suggest you get some propagandhi to satify your needs. also the 12' lp record comes with a copy of the US foriegn policy. im not sure if the cd does but theres that for you. Great band good Cd.

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