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Stream cool acoustic cover of Propagandhi’s “And We Thought Nation States Were A Bad Idea”

First the back story: Majority Lost / The Shell Corporation guitarist Jan Drees will be releasing an acoustic Propagandhi cover split album with Nino and Whitney from the San Francisco punk act Setoff.  The split will be entitled “By the Way We Stole These Songs.” All proceeds from the sales of this record will benefit Food Not Bombs. The split is due out in July.

We wrote about it a while ago so now the point of this post: You can stream a pretty cool acoustic cover of the classic Propagandhi tune “And We Thought Nation States Were A Bad Idea” right here (along with a cover of “Anti-Manifesto”).  The original, of course, appeared on the 1996 Propagandhi album “Less Talk, More Rock.”



Jan Drees (Majority Lost) and members of SetOff to release acoustic Propagandhi cover split, streaming “Anti-Manifesto”

Majority Lost and The Shell Corporation guitarist Jan Drees will be releasing an acoustic Propagandhi cover split album with Nino and Whitney from the San Francisco punk act Setoff.

The split will be entitled “By the Way We Stole These Songs.” All proceeds from the sales of this record will benefit Food Not Bombs. The split is due out in July.

You can stream the acoustic cover version of Propagandhi‘s song “Anti-Manifesto” here.



Free Album Download: SetOff – “Acoustic Instability”

San Francisco’s punk rockers Setoff are giving away their brand new album “Acoustic Instability”, which features acoustic versions of songs off both of their previous albums “Constructive Instability” and “Just Please Stop Screaming”.

Grab your download here. You can check out the tracklist here.

The band released their latest album “Constructive Instability” on March 5, 2008.



Setoff streaming “Dead” off upcoming acoustic album

San Francisco’s punk rockers Setoff are streaming the acoustic version of their track “…Dead” on their MySpace page.  The track will appear on the band’s upcoming acoustic release which they decided to record when they lost their bass player.

No word yet on the official release date of the album but we’ll keep you posted.



Setoff to record acoustic album and give it away for free

setoffSan Francisco’s punk rockers Setoff have been without a bass player for about a year now, and while most bands might find that discouraging enough to throw in the towel, these guys have instead decided to head into the studio.  No bass, no problem.  They’re just going to do it acoustic and then release the tracks to fans for free as a “thank you” for sticking it out with them.

If you want the tracks send a message to the band on their MySpace page.