Steely James | Free Speech Experiment

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Free Speech Experiment

by Steely James

The most powerful political rock album of all time??? Great Sounds, Cool Guitars. Incredible Musicianship! Unmanned Police Drones-Things That Kill People-No More War-The Corporation... A Must Listen!
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. No More War
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4:20 $1.33
2. Black Gold
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3:31 $1.33
3. Unmanned Police Drones
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3:56 $1.33
4. Understand
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3:35 $1.33
5. USA Today
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0:47 $0.99
6. The Corporation
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4:10 $1.33
7. "I'm Free"-Humpty Dumpty
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3:26 $1.33
8. Burning Star
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4:34 $1.33
9. Can't Stop the One World Order
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2:43 $1.33
10. Thou Shalt Not Kill
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3:37 $1.33
11. Things That Kill People
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4:01 $1.33
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Album Notes
On Independence Day in The United States of America, Nashroc Records released what could be the most powerful political album of all time-Free Speech Experiment by Steely James.

This incredible, incendiary and important release by Steely James has made a statement that will reach far beyond the limits of the pop world. His mission with "Free Speech Experiment" seems not for fame, money or the trappings of success, but to get a message out from “The People” to “The Politicians”. Through his incredible talents as a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist, he is speaking for the masses in a way few are able to do. In many ways, ‘Free Speech Experiment’ continues the US tradition of great protest singers – from Woody Guthrie right through to Chuck D. Now the modern day protester, Steely James pulls no punches with songs such as “Unmanned Police Drones”, “Things That Kill People”, “No More War”, “The Corporation”, and "Black Gold".

People have eagerly embraced the message and are buying into James’ music. A nationwide acoustic tour is already on the cards. Bit by bit, town by town, his voice is being heard. James is not only singing a lament for the terrible wrongs that have been done to America by political corruption, but is, more importantly, uniting the people. It takes many together as one strong voice to bring positive changes, the Free Speech Experiment has begun...


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Steely James evokes the popular mantra against war. Popular music is rife with examples of this being done well, and also cases where it’s an utter failure. Steely James treads water somewhere in the middle with “No More War”. The arrangement is intriguing however, written from an active sound but with dark tonal clusters dominating the arrangement.