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by The Proletariat

The Proletariat are considered one of the most influential punk bands of their era. Originally inspired by The Buzzcocks, The Jam, PiL, and Wire, The Proletariat tapped into the high energy hardcore punk swirling around them and infused it with art-punk excitement. When their groundbreaking debut LP Soma Holiday dropped in 1983, The Proletariat were being referred to as America's Gang of Four and a more supercharged Pop Group. They were all that and more. The intelligent anger of the band was a lifeline to many suburban rejects, young people who knew that life under Reagan wasn't right.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Punk
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1. Incarceration Incentive
3:00 album only
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2. Indian Removal Act
3:49 album only
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3. Scab
3:01 album only
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4. Soft Targets
3:00 album only
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5. Bomb Throwing Practice
1:20 album only
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6. The Murder of Alton Sterling
1:48 album only
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7. Shale
4:06 album only
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8. Move
3:22 album only
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9. Wealth of Nations
1:49 album only
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10. Reach Exceeding Grasp
2:30 album only
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11. Trophy Kills
3:42 album only
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12. Vultures
3:21 album only
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13. Consumption
5:06 album only
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The Proletariat are considered one of the most influential punk bands of their era. Originally inspired by The Buzzcocks, The Jam, PiL, and Wire, The Proletariat tapped into the high energy hardcore punk swirling around them and infused it with art-punk excitement. When their groundbreaking debut LP Soma Holiday dropped in 1983, The Proletariat were being referred to as America's Gang of Four and a more supercharged Pop Group. They were all that and more. The intelligent anger of the band was a lifeline to many suburban rejects, young people who knew that life under Reagan wasn't right.

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