Week six is here and we’re hoping that your desperate during these dark days of Holiday Cheer. We hope you’re in a state of panic, cruising the outlet malls, searching through your box of rejected gifts from your dark and dangerous past. Because we’ve got some good shit this week, and we’re hoping you might be willing to help take it off our hands:
Its a historic year for America – we finally, after two brain draining elections, pulled our collective heads from our asses and elected someone who might just bring some change to this wounded country of ours. It took some real progressive thinkers to get Obama from the backyards of Chicago to the big seat in the Oval Office, and we would like to celebrate these great minds by offering a bundle of our more, er, socially minded artists. Were giving you the bizarre beauty of Stephen John Kalinich psych-poetry. Were handing you the keys to dark vision from Rodriguez, of the sordid streets of Detroit. And were giving you the disillusioned pop of The Free Design, just to take the edge off. In a year where the rays of change are shining pretty damn bright, take a moment to dig in to the social commentaries of the past.
The Social Commentary Bundle Includes:
* 1968 masterpiece Rodriguez – Cold Fact (CD)
* Stephen John Kalinichs psych-folk spoken word album A World of Peace Must Come (CD)
* The Free Designs There Is A Song (CD)