tony hale test

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Instead Of Telling You Who I Am, Let’s Just Say I Have Bright Eyes


From 1976 to 1983 in Argentina 30,000 people vanished without a trace as part of the Dirty War driven by the military junta that was in power. From these disappeared ones, Desaparecidos derive their name. This punk supergroup lead by Bright Eyes front man Connor Oberst focus lyrically on the sociopolitical state of affairs in America. With such topics it’s understandable how polarizing they are, you either love em or hate em. Since reforming almost a year ago, two more tracks have been released via streaming at Rolling Stone. Below is Anonymous which deals with the Anonymous hacker group, and the other, The Left is Right deals with the Occupy movement. Hope you like.


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