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MDC Magnus Dominus Corpus

MDC Magnus Dominus Corpus

One of the best MDC releases for some time.

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“ 25 years later and still barking at the system” Great US Punk politicians ! "Magnus Dominus Corpus (2004) is MDC's 7th full length album with three of their four original members Dave Dictor (also Submissives), Ron Posner (ex-con-ron), Mikey Donaldson (founding member of The Offenders and Sister Double Happiness) and drum sensation Mike Pride (Dynamite Club). Magnus Dominus Corpus a Latin term taken from the returning Crusaders of the 13th century to term the intense hatred between the clashing Islamic and Christian cultures. Literally corpses of the ultimate dominators. This album debunks the world of George W. Bush, taking to task his utterance of the USA going on a modern day crusade against the Islamic terrorists. The war of good against evil. This album was internally called Millions Of Dea Contractors but out of respect for the foolish dead men's loved ones we went back to the roots of our culture clashes, the Middle Ages and their Crusades. This 18 song hard hitting release of over the top social and political songs containing the wry wit that has been the trademark of MDC since it's 1982 debut album Millions of Dead Cops. New songs, about George W. and his crooked cronies plans for Destroying The Planet, the idealistic plea for us to Sleep A Little Less Dream A Little More, Poseur Punk about the scene hipsters and their fashion rules , Long Day Short Life about Dave's childhood friend's father's advice after his long work day , and Founding Fathers Terrorists Or Freedom Fighters which suggests we take a closer look at history and what defines a terrorist or a freedom fighter and much much more."

 

Formed in 1979 and playing their first gig in April 1980 they were one of the three bands in Austin, Texas, who pioneered hardcore punk in the early '80s alongside The Dicks and Big Boys , they were known prior to 1982 as The Stains. Magnus Dominus Corpus (2004) is MDC's 7th full length album with three of their four original members Dave Dictor (also Submissives), Ron Posner (ex-con-ron), Mikey Donaldson (founding member of The Offenders and Sister Double Happiness) and drum sensation Mike Pride (Dynamite Club).
The title is a Latin term taken from the returning Crusaders of the 13th century to term the intense hatred between the clashing Islamic and Christian cultures. Literally corpses of the ultimate dominators. This album debunks the world of George W. Bush, taking to task his utterance of the USA going on a modern day crusade against the Islamic terrorists. The war of good against evil. This album was internally called Millions Of Dea Contractors but out of respect for the foolish dead men's loved ones we went back to the roots of our culture clashes, the Middle Ages and their Crusades.
This 18 song hard hitting release of over the top social and political songs containing the wry wit that has been the trademark of MDC since it's 1982 debut album Millions of Dead Cops. New songs, about George W. and his crooked cronies plans for Destroying The Planet, the idealistic plea for us to Sleep A Little Less Dream A Little More, Poseur Punk about the scene hipsters and their fashion rules , Long Day Short Life about Dave's childhood friend's father's advice after his long work day , and Founding Fathers Terrorists Or Freedom Fighters which suggests we take a closer look at history and what defines a terrorist or a freedom fighter and much much more. (http://www.suddendeath.com/)
[songs]
1. Destroying the Planet [1:41] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
2. Going Nowhere Fast* [2:19] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
3. Founding Fathers [2:02] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
4. Poseur Punk [2:36] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
5. Let's Kill All the Cops* [2:06] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner & David Dictor)
6. Life But How to Live It [1:50] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
7. Prime Evil [2:04] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
8. Time Out [1:19] (words - Al Schultz, music - Ron Posner)
9. Girls Like You Make Me Queer [2:04] (words - David Dictor, music -Ron Posner)
10. Sleep a Little Less, Dream a Little More [2:00] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner & David Dictor)
11. Walking on Thin Ice [3:31] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
12. No More Cops [1:26] (words - David Dictor, music - Joe Orguera)
13. Long Day, Short Life [1:27] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
14. Timmy Yo* [3:03] (words & music - David Dictor)
15. Nazis Shouldn't Drive [1:59] (words: David Dictor & Chris Wilder, music: Chris Wilder)
16. Sick of It [2:02] (words - David Dictor, music - Brendan Bekowies & Matt Van Cura)
17. Prick Faced Bastard* [2:42] (words - David Dictor, music - Ron Posner)
18. Ballad of GW* [2:22] (words - Dan the Parody Man, music - Flatt & Scruggs)

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