Benedict Arnold & The Traitors | Star Spangled Bummer

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Star Spangled Bummer

by Benedict Arnold & The Traitors

Twenty-two songs recorded between 2001 - 2008, \"highlighting\" the travesty that is the worst Administration in modern American history, the Bush/Cheney Crime Cabal. Alternative/post punk/satirical/political rock.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Hello Baghdad
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2. L.A.P.D.
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3. The Battle of Seattle
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4. Death Penalty For Pot
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5. No Power? No Peace!
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6. Cloning!
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7. Ode to Mother Nature/Trash the Environment
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8. Attack of the Evildoers/Let's Retaliate
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9. Political Suicide
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10. Oil on Mars
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11. Bush's Trifecta/Let It All Hang Out
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2:39 album only
12. Going Postal
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13. Feeding Tube
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14. God Damn Spam
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15. Seventy-two Virgins
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16. Jenna's Been a Naughty Girl, Again
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17. DubyaMD
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18. No Fuckin' War
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2:18 album only
19. Hell to the Chief
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20. Kill the Hostages, Again
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21. Red, White and Blue Alert
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22. We Didn't Put Out the Fire/Eulogy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Benedict Arnold & The Traitors released their first record, a 7\" vinyl 45 called \"Kill the Hostages\" b/w \"Red Alert,\" in 1980. That was followed by a 6 song 7\" vinyl EP called \"No More Heroes or Gods\" in 1982.

After almost two decades, the band came back together in 2000, with 4 out of 5 original members from 1980 contributing to the \"Star Spangled Bummer\" project. The band is expected to play some live shows in the near future.


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Carmen

Bushy!
Right on the money.

Bubba

The real deal
These guys have history on their side. Brilliant album!

Jerome

Spectacular
Benedict Arnold & The Traitors really bring down the house with this record. Fun punk rifts bring me back to my college days, whether you agree with the politics or not, this is the album for any punk fan!

Tyler

Love the Sound!
This record reminds me of the classic punk sounds of the Dead Kennedys and frontman Jello Biafra. Great stuff. AJ Marik is incredible on guitar, I definitely got my money's worth, A++.

Darth

a trip and a half
A musical journey through 8 years of tortued logic, twisted rhetoric and broken dreams...with a beat you can dance to!

J-Cat Griffith

Wow!
Received your album in the mail yesterday and have listened to it 3 times now. What a great disc with cool variety and a message. I agree with the point it was putting forth on our current administration completely. Music wise, it had it all. Very well performed, produced and impressive. My favorites were the cover of \"Let It All Hang Out\", \"L.A.P.D.\", \"72 Virgins\", \"Hell to the Chief\" and \"We Didn\'t Put Out the Fire\". As for \"We Didn\'t Put Out the Fire\", it was a fitting tune to end the disc. It was very clever, original, and the guitar tone, playing style was excellent, well done and the stand out of the album in my mind. It was as good or better then anything I\'m hearing on the air waves these days.