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Review of Ministry’s New Song “99 Percenter’s”

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JAN 23, 2012 - Ministry has released their new album, "Relapse", and one of the tracks is a pro-Occupy track called "99 Percenters". Iann Robinson over at CraveOnline reviews the album, and for the "99 Percenters" track he says, "Part metal, part machine, part human players and part samples, it’s a rich pudding of delights. Lyrically the tune attacks the reaction of the public to the Occupy movement that swept through 2011. Usually musicians try to bring their most learned sack of bullshit to their political songs. Not Jourgensen, he screams about it the way people would in their living rooms, which is really refreshing."

Read more at CraveOnline.com here.

Rightwing-Leaning Band Plays at Occupy Congress

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JAN 23, 2012 - A "rightwing-leaning" band Madison Rising on a whim asked if they could have stage time at a recent Occupy Congress rally, and to their surprise they were told yes. They were welcomed warmly by the crowd, and sang several songs. Read more on Politico here.

MSN Music News: Al Green: “Obama Nailed My Song”

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MSN Music News: 01/20/2012 - Al Green has said President Obama singing his song, "Let's Stay Together" the other day was "terrific", and "He nailed it."

Read more on MSN Music News here. Watch President Obama singing the opening line to "Let's Stay Together" below.

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Hip-Hop Blog Collateral Damage in Government’s “War On Piracy”?

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With all this talk about SOPA and PIPA, JTMP has learned that the hip-hop blog site OnSmash.com, a site featuring agents and promotional music, was shut down by the government in November of 2010, with an affidavit alleging it had facilitated copyright infringement. The founder soon opened up a new domain, FreeOnSmash.com. Some are saying this is an example of collateral damage in the government's overzealous "war on piracy".

Read more on RawStory here.

Occupy Activist Music: “For What Its Worth” by Op-Critical

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Activist band Op-Critical has just released a music video covering the Stephen Stills classic, "For What Its Worth". This was an iconic song in the first Occupy protests, the 1960s, and is still relevant today when it comes to the 99% and the 1%. Check out Op-Critical on MySpace and Facebook.

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The Lauren Boebert Crime Family Strikes Again, Massive 22 Criminal Charges

Rep. Lauren Boebert’s son was arrested Tuesday and now faces 22 charges relating to an alleged crime wave in Colorado, authorities said.

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