Album: Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes
Release Date: February 2001
Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore
Label: Fat Wreck Chords
Release Country: United States
Record Type: 14 Tracks CD Album
Political, yet humorous punk rock band from Winnipeg, Canada. Formed in 1989, they were one of the first bands to sign to Fat Wreck Chords. In 1997 singer / songwriter / bassist John K. Samson left the group to pursue other interests and eventually start another band, The Weakerthans. The remaining members of the group continued to work on Propagandhi material as well as starting their own label, G7 Welcoming Committee.
|1||Mate Ka Moris Ukun Rasik An||3:03|
|2||Fuck The Border||1:32|
|3||Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes||2:38|
|4||Back To The Motor League||2:41|
|6||With Friends Like These Who The Fuck Needs Cointelpro?||3:23|
|7||Albright Monument, Baghdad||2:28|
|8||Ordinary People Do Fucked-Up Things When Fucked-Up Things Become Ordinary||2:18|
|9||Ladies' Nite In Loserville||1:45|
|10||Ego Fum Papa (I Am The Pope)||1:38|
|11||New Homes For Idle Hands||1:45|
|13||March Of The Crabs||1:56|
|14||Purina Hall Of Fame||4:46|
Recorded deep inside enemy territory at the Motor Studios safe-house, San Francisco, CA, between so-called "Memorial" Day and so-called "Independence" Day 2000.
Mixed at Motor Studios, San Francisco.
Additional recording performed back in our complicit, pathetic, client-state at Mid-Can Studios, Winnipeg, MB, August 2000.
"This is an enhanced CD. It features not only extensive movies and information about the band, but also in-depth multi-media presentations of the investigative journalism of William Blum (ex-US State Department, author of Killing Hope) and Ward Churchill (enrolled Keetowah Cherokee, Professor of American Indian Studies, author of Agents Of Repression). Knowledge is power, Arm Yourself."