Acts Of Sedition - 2004-2008 The Bush Years mp3 album
- Performer: Acts Of Sedition
- Title: 2004-2008 The Bush Years
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: AUD RA ADX VOC APE ASF AIFF
- Style: Punk
- MP3 album: 1497 mb
- FLAC album: 1636 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 866
Congress in 1798 amid widespread fear that war with France was imminent. The laws restricted the activities of foreign residents in the country and limited freedom of speech and of the press.
553, enacted May 16, 1918) was an Act of the United States Congress that extended the Espionage Act of 1917 to cover a broader range of offenses, notably speech and the expression of opinion that cast the government or the war effort in a negative light or interfered with the sale of government bonds.
Member Level 02 Blank Slate. Eller has spent the last 10 years working in the Florida panther recovery program. The move follows the firing on July 9 of Theresa Chambers, chief of the . Park Police, after she publicly stated that the government response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks had stretched her staff's capacities to the limits, and that she needed more resources. Eller's dismissal reinforces the growing perception that the Bush Administration is utterly intolerant of internal dissent.
Just three short years after his inaugural address shook the nation, a growing segment of society, many of whom had voted for the president, began to realize what his extremist views meant to their freedoms. It is the story of the tense struggle between the democratically elected commander in chief and the leaders of a resistance movement that grew out of the frustrations of people of free will who finally decide that enough is enough.
government, the American uniform, or the flag a federal offense. These two acts significantly impacted Eugene Debs, Edward Snowden, and Bradley Manning, because it limited their level of open opinion.
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These acts of crimes were applied cumulatively to inflict the worst possible pain and suffering, said lawyers. Bush and Blair should have been on death row years ago for their crimes.
President Bush inspects a Predator drone, Getty. The events detailed here occurred 2004 and the first days of 2009. Below is a summary of CIA drone strikes and casualty estimates for the Bush presidency. Please note that our data changes according to our current understanding of particular strikes. Below represents our present best estimate.
|2||All Dressed Up With Nowhere To Invade|
|Crown Victoria EP|
|5||Black Coffee And Black Flag|
|6||Happy Thanksgiving, Grandma!|
|7||Drop Off The Radar|
|8||Photo Op At A Mass Grave|
|The Sick Lead The Blind EP|
|11||Don't Let Go|
|12||This One's For Reno|
|14||Knives And Cages|
|15||Sun Or Death|
|16||My Ankles May Not Function|
|17||Remains Of Babylon|
|18||Language The Destroyer|
|24||The Unspeakable Irony|
|25||Conditioned For Defeat|
|26||Remains Of Babylon|
|27||Don't Let Go|
|29||Language The Destroyer|
|33||Conditioned For Defeat|
|34||Remains Of Babylon|
|35||Don't Let Go|
|36||Conditioned For Defeat|
- Recorded At – The Atomic Garden Recording Studio
- Recorded At – Dutch Oven Studio
- Recorded At – 924 Gilman Street
- Artwork – Clint Baechle
- Bass, Vocals [Most] – Will Rutherford
- Drums – Clint Baechle
- Guitar [Second] – Kenny Weiss
- Guitar, Vocals [Few] – Alex Rush-Woods
- Photography By [Live] – Jehn Mikalacki
- Recorded By – Acts Of Sedition (tracks: 34-36), Craig Billmeier (tracks: 10-25), Jack Shirley (tracks: 1-9), Joe (tracks: 26-33)
NotesTracks 1-2: released on a split 7" with Sadville (Inkblot Records #5, Inkblot split series volume one) in summer of 2008. 100 splattered vinyl. 800 white.
Track 3: released on a split 7" with Surrender in an edition of 100 yellow tapes (Stop Go Destroy Tapes #7) for the Acts-Render tour in May 2008. Split 7" version came out a few months later in an edition of 500 copies with screen printed covers (Penguin Suit Records #3, END Records #2).
Tracks 4-9: released as the Crown Victoria EP (Bloodtown Records #3) in May of 2007 in an edition of 1000. 200 copies on blue and red police siren vinyl.
Tracks 10-15: released as Self Titled or "The Sick Lead The Blind 7" in April 2006 (Spacement Records #13). All had green and yellow vinyl. Later re-issued as the b-side of the PSR one 12" ( Penguin Suit #1). Tracks 10-13,15: also released on the Self Titled "Pink Tape" (Stop Go Destroy Tapes #3) in early 2006. Edition of 100.
Track 16: released on the prison literacy benefit comp CD "Walls Turned Sideways Are Bridges" (Great Plains Records) at the very end of 2007.
Tracks 17-25: originally released as a split 12" with Bafabegiya in December of 2005 (Spacement Records #11). 500 copies. Later re-issued as the A side of PSR one 12" (Penguin Suit Records #1). 500 copies.
Tracks 26-33: self released CD-R demo for our first USA tour in November 2004. All songs were later re-recorded and released on vinyl. First 200 copies were hand numbered. A few hundred more were made after that. The version of Language The Destroyer was also included on the "Disarray USA" tape comp (Stop Go Destroy Tapes #4) in early 2006. The versions of "Conditioned For Defeat" and "Rent Control" from this demo were also released on a Bosnia I Herce-Govina (BIH) comp "Autonomija: U svakodnevnom zivotu" (Autonomy: In Every Day Life) 2006.
Tracks 34-36: self released split demo tape with Because Silence Is A Dangerous Sound Fall 2004. 100 copies.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN58
- Mould SID Code: IFPI M601
- Matrix / Runout: ACTS OF SEDITION