Take It Back

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    Second full-length album and first release on Black Site, Kansas City, MO

    Includes unlimited streaming of unamerican activities via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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There was a time in this country
it wasn't that long ago
a man could work a single job
and keep his family fed and clothed

But times are tough and getting tougher
never seem to make ends meet
The rich flourish while the people suffer
one step off the fucking street

The time is now to stand up, like those who've come before
We've got the message, but you've got the cure
Educate, agitate and organize
If we want the power, then we've got to fight

Held down by the weight of progress
we isolate ourselves
by wealth, age, sex and color
and whatever else

Red or blue or black or white
doesn't matter when you're a mouse
which side you pledge allegiance
when it's the cats that run the house


from unamerican activities, released April 2, 2016
Music by Drunkard, Poirier, Huhmann and Whelan
Lyrics by L. Ron Drunkard
Spoken word by Baron von Ryborg

Bass/Vocals - L. Ron Drunkard
Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals - Desmond Poirier
Rythm Guitar - Brad Huhmann
Drums/Backing Vocals - Andrew Whelan



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Red Kate Kansas City, Missouri

Red Kate is a no bullshit, class conscious punk rock & roll band from Kansas City that includes members of regional and national acts Wayback Machine, Squadcar, River City Revelators, and American Catastrophe. The band's sound tips a cap to the beer soaked barroom floors of the 70s British Pub-Rock scene and the modern blues-punk sound that has since taken root in Midwest dive bars and basements. ... more

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