Tuesday, May 02, 2006



It's so refreshing to hear protest music. Neil Young's new album, Living With War, is a harsh criticism of the Bush administration, of the Iraq war, and neo-conservative, and it's about fucking time. Neil Young represents the complete other end of the spectrum - his newest record is a balls out, rock and roll record, which makes Rust Never Sleeps look like Harvest Moon, both of which are totally essential musical documents.

This guy will never be a dinosaur, unlike the bureaucratic, right-wing has-beens that sit in the White House. Conservatives everywhere should tremble, because your days being the leaders of the free world are numbered, and you're all suckers anyway. This album will foreshadow a coming change in North American culture within the next few years, and thankfully a great, refreshing rock and roll album is coming out that is telling us this. Thank you Neil for slapping everyone in the face with great, awesome rocknroll.

"Flags of Freedom" is one of the most honest, close to home rock and roll songs I've heard in awhile. Neil Young's latest records have all been great too - Greendale was criminally ignored, even though it was one of the heaviest, most interesting Neil Young records ever. Prairie Wind kicked ass too. This guy is one of the most enduring and most incredible musical acts of all time. Respect. Respect, respect, respect.


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