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This is a great example of how good music does not result by making the music the means for the ends of your political message. The album is very consistent politically. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Blaine A. Simpson
I just heard this album for the first time. It has some good musical moments but the lyrics...
I love Neil Young's music and own most of his albums but the extreme political... Read more
better than most of his efforts of recent years, but he really doesn't have much to say compared to early( 60's & 70's) music.Published 4 months ago by BG
An other great album from Neil. Actually one of the better, and a good Neil Youg album is not to be missed. I recommend it.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
The is a powerful album with important messages, esp. when it came out. I have a much greater appreciation for Neil Young after hearing this music.Published 5 months ago by Adam
I liked this album. It expresses Neil's feelings very well when it came to the George W. Bush administration and all the lies they were telling us. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Richard Glenn
Not up to par with other Neil CDs. Seems to have been thrown together too quickly.Published 8 months ago by dtstrmar
It was a collection of ten songs predominately about America's involvement in Iraqi war. He sang about, "Living with war" and that he promised 'to never take another life' and to... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kamiyahagi
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|PEOPLE WHO HATE FREEDOM!||
Its very funny how liberals and conservatives accuse each other over things they both do. One side accuses the other side as portraying them as evil and crazy, and in the same breath, portraying the other side as being evil and crazy. My sentence is confusing, but true.
May 30, 2007 by T Dot | See all 6 posts
|I Thought He Wanted The War||
Umm, maybe it meant "Let's go after the people who did this to us"? As opposed to "Let's go after some other people," which is what we did after that.
My prediction--this will be Neil Young's best-selling album. I listened to it for free on the web and it's great, and now I...
May 4, 2006 by Steve in Philly | See all 61 posts
|He Has a Set of Balls, That's for Sure||
The evidence that he has reproductive organs would come in the form of his three children. This album is only a testament to the brain in his head and the conviction in his heart. (Seriously though-- I know what you mean and I agree with you.)
Jan 3, 2009 by John M. Kertis | See all 2 posts
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Wish to correct Mr. or Ms. Flintstone on one point: Saddam did, in fact, have WMD. He used them on the Kurds in northern Iraq in 1988. Haven't you seen any of the trial or news footage? He never properly accounted for these weapons nor did he dispose of them or allow inspections of his WMD... Read More
Oct 20, 2006 by Berceuse | See all 9 posts
You're braindead american nazi. Get your head out of Bush's crotch.
May 4, 2006 by David B. Densmore | See all 3 posts
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