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Cress / Burnt Cross - Peace Through Superior Firepower / Paths To Persecution FLAC album

Tracklist

Peace Through Superior Firepower
Cress And Still War Continues
Cress Things Explode
Cress Amongst The Slaughter
Paths To Persecution
Burnt Cross Spectacle Of The Obscene
Burnt Cross Paths To Persecution

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TADPOLE 024, LAR-009, ACT 011, RKR 013, 003, LOUD Cress / Burnt Cross Cress / Burnt Cross - Peace Through Superior Firepower / Paths To Persecution ‎(7", EP) Tadpole Records, Lukket Avdeling Records, Active Rebellion, Rusty Knife Records, Strawberry Punx Records, Loud Punk Records, Distro-Y Records TADPOLE 024, LAR-009, ACT 011, RKR 013, 003, LOUD UK & Europe 2010
TADPOLE 024, LAR-009, ACT 011, RKR 013, 003, LOUD Cress / Burnt Cross Cress / Burnt Cross - Peace Through Superior Firepower / Paths To Persecution ‎(7", EP, TP) Tadpole Records, Lukket Avdeling Records, Active Rebellion, Rusty Knife Records, Strawberry Punx Records, Loud Punk Records, Distro-Y Records TADPOLE 024, LAR-009, ACT 011, RKR 013, 003, LOUD UK 2010


Cress / Burnt Cross - Peace Through Superior Firepower / Paths To Persecution FLAC album

Musician performer: Cress

Title: Peace Through Superior Firepower / Paths To Persecution

Country: UK & Europe

Date of release: 2010

Style: Punk

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1220 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

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TheMoonix
BURNT CROSS / CRESS – Split 7” (Tadpole) A first rate pairing of UK Anarcho bands on this single; from the Burnt Cross 8 track (recorded in Rob’s bedroom) we get “Spectacle of The Obscene”, an observation on the heroic welcome the bodies of dead British soldiers are given when they are returned home, and paraded thru the streets. But are they heroes? And what exactly are they fighting and dying for in Iraq and Afghanistan? And do the people who line the streets to watch the coffins pass by really know either? I don’t think a lot of them do, in which case why are they there? Out of loyalty they would probably say, but to what, and whom? The truth is the invasions of both these countries were illegal and have seen thousands and thousands of innocent people killed… in the name of peace. What a depressing concept. Track # 2 “Paths to Persecution” sticks it to “fascist misfits still denying the holocaust”… man, I went to Auschwitz last year, it was brutal, an incredibly sobering experience. That there are people out there who are so blinkered and brainwashed to not accept what went on there really does make my stomach churn. The guitar riff of this song reminds me a lot of the old Cult Maniax song “Blitz”. Cress are back together, and still as angry-as-fuck, with 4 snappy songs that are strictly Anti-War, and question mans ability to exist together on this planet without wanting to keep on killing each other. Cress close out with “Amongst The Slaughter”, a short spoken word piece, it’s classic Peace Punk.
TheMoonix
BURNT CROSS / CRESS – Split 7” (Tadpole) A first rate pairing of UK Anarcho bands on this single; from the Burnt Cross 8 track (recorded in Rob’s bedroom) we get “Spectacle of The Obscene”, an observation on the heroic welcome the bodies of dead British soldiers are given when they are returned home, and paraded thru the streets. But are they heroes? And what exactly are they fighting and dying for in Iraq and Afghanistan? And do the people who line the streets to watch the coffins pass by really know either? I don’t think a lot of them do, in which case why are they there? Out of loyalty they would probably say, but to what, and whom? The truth is the invasions of both these countries were illegal and have seen thousands and thousands of innocent people killed… in the name of peace. What a depressing concept. Track # 2 “Paths to Persecution” sticks it to “fascist misfits still denying the holocaust”… man, I went to Auschwitz last year, it was brutal, an incredibly sobering experience. That there are people out there who are so blinkered and brainwashed to not accept what went on there really does make my stomach churn. The guitar riff of this song reminds me a lot of the old Cult Maniax song “Blitz”. Cress are back together, and still as angry-as-fuck, with 4 snappy songs that are strictly Anti-War, and question mans ability to exist together on this planet without wanting to keep on killing each other. Cress close out with “Amongst The Slaughter”, a short spoken word piece, it’s classic Peace Punk.