The Special Interests | Big Daddy Pharmaceutical

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Big Daddy Pharmaceutical

by The Special Interests

A rallying cry against the pharmaceutical industry and the psychiatric drugs that they are pushing like candy with side effects often worse than any illness
Genre: Blues: New York Blues
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'Big Daddy Pharmaceutical' is a rallying cry against Big Pharma - the Pharmaceutical/Industrial Complex. They create strange, new psychiatric drugs with side effects that are often worse than what they purport to cure, then they push them as the only solution to questionably diagnosed conditions. They are addicting children, young people and adults to these meds and consigning them to a life of chemical bondage with no relief in the long run. This song is about the destructive effects of over-prescribed psychotropic medications.

The Special Interests, based in New York City write and produce songs about some of the important issues of our time. These are songs in the tradition of the many great activist and protest songs that have helped to shift public consciousness in the past. They are needed more than ever today.

The Special Interests (Paul Vlachos and Roland Marconi) grew up listening to Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Bob Marley and The Clash and have been writing and performing their own blues, rock, and pop songs for years, but recently decided to focus on songs about things that really matter.

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