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Protest like it was 1994

"After being an A&R assistant at Sony Music (primarily Columbia Records), I saw a lot of bands and projects come and go. As I was recently cleaning up my own archives I rediscovered the files from a Leonard Peltier benefit that some of the guys from C.O.C. had been working on back in '94. While 16 years have passed the cause and material are still very poignant.

Please support these artists who were brave enough to make their support public and take action."

Find out more about the situation and how you can help by visiting the anonymous site. Also be sure to download the benefit album that was never officially released, compiled by Corrosion Of Conformity. It includes rare and unreleased tracks by The Beastie Boys, Rage Against The Machine, Josh Homme (Pre-QOTSA), Superchunk and more. No telling how long that will stay up, but definitely worth a listen.

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