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Occupy This Album


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Something's Got to Give
    2. Come On, Come On, Come On
    3. Occupation Freedom - George Martinez/The Global Block Collective
    4. People Have the Power
    5. Love Anthem (Only Love)
    6. Panic Is On, The - Loudon Wainwright III
    7. Occulture
    8. Save Us - Paper Cranes/The Paper Cranes - (featuring Rain Phoenix)
    9. Smile (Get Up and Sing) - (featuring Jodi Gold)
    10. This Is What America Looks Like - Tenderflex - (featuring Jay Rodriguez/Ayler Young)
    11. Big Little Wolfs - Aeroplane Pageant
    12. Agent 99
    13. Safety in Numbers - Debbie Harry
    14. Hey, Can I Sleep on Your Futon?
    15. Occupy Wall Street (Here Here Here)
    16. White Gold - Ladytron
    17. Greed
    18. Against the Machine - Taj Weekes/Adowa
    19. Young Idealists, The - Lloyd Cole
    20. Peaceful Solution, A - Willie Nelson
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Times They Are a-Changin', The
    2. World Is on Fire, The
    3. Latter Days - The Middle Eight
    4. Turn the Lights On - Chroma
    5. Which Side Are You On?
    6. Well May the World Go - Tao Rodriguez-Seeger
    7. Unified Tribes - Thievery Corporation
    8. Robber Barons - Thee Oh Sees
    9. Saving Up to Go Bankrupt
    10. Hell No (I'm Not Alright)
    11. We Stand as One - Joseph Arthur
    12. Cash Machine
    13. Rebellion Politik - Junkyard Empire
    14. Nothing Recedes Like Progress
    15. Rebel - Fear Nuttin' Band
    16. Under the Bridge - John Doe
    17. Take a Stand
    18. Answer, The
    19. World Wide Rebel Songs - The Freedom Fighter Orchestra/The Nightwatchman
    20. If There Ever Was a Time - Third Eye Blind
    0. DISC 3:
    1. Move on Fast - Yoko Ono
    2. If We Live
    3. Fight the Good Fight - Our Lady Peace
    4. I Don't Need Money - Julie B. Bonnie
    5. World Is Turning, The - Toots & the Maytals
    6. New York Minute, A
    7. I Ain't No Brian Wilson
    8. Industrial Park - The Mammals - (featuring Pete Seeger)
    9. Big Fish - Yo La Tengo
    10. Occu-Pie - Harry Hayward
    11. Free
    12. Oye Mi Voz - Los Cintro
    13. Walk On
    14. Coney Island Winter
    15. China Basin Digs - Joel Rafael
    16. Walkin' - The Pimps of Joytime - (featuring Roy Ayers)
    17. River's Gonna Rise
    18. Rich Man's World - Immortal Technique
    19. Staying Out and Calling In - Danger Field
    0. DISC 4:
    1. We Can't Make It Here - James McMurtry/Steve Earle/Joan Baez
    2. We Are - New Party Systems - (featuring Kyp Malone)
    3. Revolution
    4. Number One - Born I Music
    5. Play the Greed - Dar Williams
    6. Broke Heart Blues - Ronny Elliott
    7. What Are Their Names - David Crosby/Graham Nash
    8. Make a Stand - Dylan Chambers/Lester Chambers
    9. Better Luck Next Time
    10. All Over the World
    11. We're the 99 - (featuring Liz O'Donnell)
    12. We Are Human
    13. Blessed
    14. Freedom of Speech - Kanaska Carter
    15. Reclaim - Rejectionist Front
    16. Occupy (We the 99) - Jasiri X
    17. Earth Division
    18. Pulse - The OWS Drum Circle - (featuring Paul Spitz)
    19. Times They Are a-Changin' [Skiffle Version], The - Michael Moore
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 83346

  • Credits
    ProducerAlex Emanuel; Maegan Hayward; Shirley Menard
    Engineer

    Liner Note Authors: Alex Emanuel; Maegan Hayward; Lori Karpay; Jason Samel; Shirley Menard; Michelle Rogers; Michael Patrick Lyons.
    Recording information: Basement, Brooklyn, NY (05/13/2011); Bluebell Sound (05/13/2011); Bradford Mansion Studios, NC (05/13/2011); BRL Studios, City Island, NY (05/13/2011); Brooklyn Fields Studio, Brooklyn, NY (05/13/2011); Chem 19 Studio, Scotland (05/13/2011); Cobble Stone Studios, NYC (05/13/2011); Don Fury Studios, Troy, NY (05/13/2011); Dragon's Lair Studios (05/13/2011); Gimme That Sound Studios (05/13/2011); Humble Abode Music, Studio B, West Hurley, NY (05/13/2011); Kingnoise Recorder, LA (05/13/2011); Marseille, France (05/13/2011); New Calcutta Recording (05/13/2011); No Shame Studios, NYC (05/13/2011); NY Noise, NY (05/13/2011); P.O.D. Studios, NY (05/13/2011); Pittsburgh, PA (05/13/2011); Side Sounds, NY (05/13/2011); Sweet Spot Studio (05/13/2011); The Hangar Studios (05/13/2011); The Thousand Caves Of Menegroth (05/13/2011); Toronto (05/13/2011); Ultratone Studio, Studio City, CA (05/13/2011); Wall Street (05/13/2011); Water Music Studios, Hoboken, NJ (05/13/2011); Winterland Recording Studios, Minneapolis, MN (05/13/2011); Zen Studios, Pinellas Park, FL (05/13/2011); Basement, Brooklyn, NY (11/17/2011); Bluebell Sound (11/17/2011); Bradford Mansion Studios, NC (11/17/2011); BRL Studios, City Island, NY (11/17/2011); Brooklyn Fields Studio, Brooklyn, NY (11/17/2011); Chem 19 Studio, Scotland (11/17/2011); Cobble Stone Studios, NYC (11/17/2011); Don Fury Studios, Troy, NY (11/17/2011); Dragon's Lair Studios (11/17/2011); Gimme That Sound Studios (11/17/2011); Humble Abode Music, Studio B, West Hurley, NY (11/17/2011); Kingnoise Recorder, LA (11/17/2011); Marseille, France (11/17/2011); New Calcutta Recording (11/17/2011); No Shame Studios, NYC (11/17/2011); NY Noise, NY (11/17/2011); P.O.D. Studios, NY (11/17/2011); Pittsburgh, PA (11/17/2011); Side Sounds, NY (11/17/2011); Sweet Spot Studio (11/17/2011); The Hangar Studios (11/17/2011); The Thousand Caves Of Menegroth (11/17/2011); Toronto (11/17/2011); Ultratone Studio, Studio City, CA (11/17/2011); Wall Street (11/17/2011); Water Music Studios, Hoboken, NJ (11/17/2011); Winterland Recording Studios, Minneapolis, MN (11/17/2011); Zen Studios, Pinellas Park, FL (11/17/2011).
    Photographer: Alex Emanuel.
    The list of artists who contributed to the four-disc Occupy This Album, a sort of "soundtrack" to the Occupy Wall Street and 99% social movements, is pretty amazing, including tracks from Yoko Ono, Debbie Harry, Willie Nelson, Jackson Browne, Third Eye Blind, Toots & the Maytals, Yo La Tengo, and Devo, among many, many others.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (p.74) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[This] shows how far beyond Sixties folk lefty rabble-rousing has come, with hip-hop, electronica and indie rock sitting alongside Pete Seeger and Joan Baez."
    Entertainment Weekly (p.73) - "[M]assive, eclectic....The spirit of the compilation feels more positive than negative -- the best that can be asked of any grassroots revolution." -- Grade: B+
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