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The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« on: May 03, 2021, 08:14:43 PM »
Their name has been popping up in a few other threads lately and they're not exactly hardcore, skate punk, metal/ thrash or even regular punk, so let's concentrate our discussions about them into this thread. I don't even really know where to start, but I think maybe when and where we all got into them might be a good reference point (I'll post mine later)?
Feel free to rank their albums too, I think @cucktard and myself had a massive discussion about this on a insta a while back.

I'm also about to post like 29 of my favorite tracks of theirs and spam the shit out of this thread, but I think my fav YouTube related propagandhi content at the moment is this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rRrYCBWb0Y
"They're the best band in the world!"
There you go, Bill Stevenson just made that call!

Also, if you are a long-term fan this is a great way to nerd out and learn more about all your fav tracks:
https://www.instagram.com/propagandhipod/?hl=en
(I'm sure the majority of you know about this podcast anyway)

I straight up have no qualms about claiming them as my favorite band ever!

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2021, 11:02:43 PM »
Less Talk, More Rock is their only good album

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2021, 12:16:46 AM »
First heard of them around 93, other snowboarders I was hanging around talked about them while NOFX and Pennywise was the soundtrack to winter.

One guys said ‘they have good tunes, but are too political’. I first found a used copy of their split with I-Spy in Borderline (Lethbridge AB skate shop that had some tunes) and immediately fell in love.

It was the intelligence of Bad Religion with the self-depreciating wit of NOFX, with a hard political slant that introduced me to a new way of interpreting things like the Oka standoff in Quebec, or detailed reasoning to my vague distrust of nationalism. It was fast, funny, and intellectually challenging.

That lasted until Potemkin, when they started exchanging humor for more serious an crafted lyrics, and got a bit darker with a move towards the speed metal of their youth.

Each new album is a masterpiece, they are still refining their songwriting and sharpening the vision they want for their sound. But it has moved well beyond what brought me to them.

Lately I’ve been listening to Chris Hannah’s Patreon podcast where he will focus on a single song in their history, and give a very detailed background of the influences, engineering, equipment, and conditions that inspired it. The stories he has of how the lyrics and message are the most fascinating part for me.

Plus, his sense of humor shines through when he tells it. 
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2021, 12:19:59 AM »
Less Talk, More Rock is their only good album
I back this, I think their cover of Cheap Trick was absolute trash of how to clean everything.

They've had a weird following early 2000's albeit militant queer friendly but have caused fighting at show's. Maybe sussing out Nazi's? Street beefs? Jealous lover's? Who really knows the story idk.....

I would love to see them but I'm not in to show's with meathead tough guy's.

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #4 on: May 04, 2021, 01:10:49 AM »
Last time I say them was a Tuesday night in Calgary and it was almost all 30+ elders with a tastefully restrained mosh pit. It was pretty mild. Maybe it’s your locality?

Fucking killer set though. The band shredded.
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #5 on: May 04, 2021, 08:38:05 AM »
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Less Talk, More Rock is their only good album
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I back this, I think their cover of Cheap Trick was absolute trash of how to clean everything.

They've had a weird following early 2000's albeit militant queer friendly but have caused fighting at show's. Maybe sussing out Nazi's? Street beefs? Jealous lover's? Who really knows the story idk.....

I would love to see them but I'm not in to show's with meathead tough guy's.
where on earth did you see them? i saw them on a weeknight, stood fairly close to the stage and i don’t think i was even prompted to involuntarily move my feet while they played.

i lean supporting caste as my favorite album and in the talk of potempkin i posit that “rock for sustainable capitalism” is one of the all-time great diss tracks.

“this year’s vans warped tour is going green, i guess they heard that money grows on trees. i hope they shit those shitty bands overseas like the did the factories” juvenile, mean and an adult criticism of their business practices. perfection.

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #6 on: May 04, 2021, 10:36:51 AM »
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Less Talk, More Rock is their only good album
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I back this, I think their cover of Cheap Trick was absolute trash of how to clean everything.

They've had a weird following early 2000's albeit militant queer friendly but have caused fighting at show's. Maybe sussing out Nazi's? Street beefs? Jealous lover's? Who really knows the story idk.....

I would love to see them but I'm not in to show's with meathead tough guy's.
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where on earth did you see them? i saw them on a weeknight, stood fairly close to the stage and i don’t think i was even prompted to involuntarily move my feet while they played.

i lean supporting caste as my favorite album and in the talk of potempkin i posit that “rock for sustainable capitalism” is one of the all-time great diss tracks.

“this year’s vans warped tour is going green, i guess they heard that money grows on trees. i hope they shit those shitty bands overseas like the did the factories” juvenile, mean and an adult criticism of their business practices. perfection.
I saw them in Calgary years ago at a punk house show, it was fun but I think they've got a crew following them around 

It was definitely off putting.
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #7 on: May 04, 2021, 03:29:42 PM »
I think I'd be fine never listening to them ever again, but I still like them if that makes sense. Allies in fighting the good fight, and... nostalgia

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #8 on: May 04, 2021, 09:14:44 PM »
Less Talk, More Rock is their only good album
interesting opinion to have, at least you didn't say it was HTCE

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #9 on: May 04, 2021, 09:16:56 PM »

It was the intelligence of Bad Religion with the self-depreciating wit of NOFX, with a hard political slant that introduced me to a new way of interpreting things like the Oka standoff in Quebec, or detailed reasoning to my vague distrust of nationalism. It was fast, funny, and intellectually challenging.

That lasted until Potemkin, when they started exchanging humor for more serious an crafted lyrics, and got a bit darker with a move towards the speed metal of their youth.
Oka is still one of their best tracks imho. Even Todd from FYP/ Recess Records said that on a bonus podcast episode. Potemkin did get darker, but Todd's songs are a thing of beauty!
Did you not like Victory lap, seems they went a bit more back to their pop punk roots for that one?
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #10 on: May 04, 2021, 09:19:23 PM »
They've had a weird following early 2000's albeit militant queer friendly but have caused fighting at show's. Maybe sussing out Nazi's? Street beefs? Jealous lover's? Who really knows the story idk.....
it was even worse in the 90s, so ironic that so many haters paid good money to see them!
"with your hands down my pants by transitive property" huh?
Even last time they toured Aus, some trolls went out of their way to make a fake vegan ice cream truck to try and "trap" them, who goes to that much effort?

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #11 on: May 04, 2021, 09:23:43 PM »
i lean supporting caste as my favorite album and in the talk of potempkin i posit that “rock for sustainable capitalism” is one of the all-time great diss tracks.

“this year’s vans warped tour is going green, i guess they heard that money grows on trees. i hope they shit those shitty bands overseas like the did the factories” juvenile, mean and an adult criticism of their business practices. perfection.
supporting caste is BEAST! night letters, the title track and without love (along with coaches corner and humane meat) are all top tier ghandi songs!

funny you mention "rock for sustainable", the whole "I rock back and forth, on this two bit hobby horse..." section always makes me think about skating and the industry actually. "if anyone out there understands, can I please see a show of hands?" so good!
Either way that track is SCATHING and perhaps the last time they ever wrote any songs about the “scene” ... I guess perhaps because they finally evolved beyond it?
Dear coaches corner could also be a song about skateboarding I reckon!
“We both love this pastime we can hardly fucking stand it!”
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #12 on: May 04, 2021, 09:34:05 PM »
I was once reading a skate, surf, snowboard zine in Sydney called 'Blunt' that also had music reviews and it included HTCE.
I don't remember the whole thing, but the gist of it was, "sounds like a mix between ALL and NOFX, thanks to Fat Mike for putting these angry fuckers on your label".

A few weeks later I was out skating and ended up finding a $20 note on the ground, I walked into a totally random CD shop and miraculously they had a copy and after remembering the review I figured I’d take a gamble on it (it was exactly $20 too because fat was really pushing the whole affordable music thing)... I still remember the first time I heard it:

I put it on my parents stereo and somewhere during the first 3 tracks I was like (bear in mind I know nothing about music), "these punks really love Metallica huh, but wait, do they hate skaters?"

Haille comes on and I'm like, "should I even be listening to this?" but I'm already so hooked! The next day, I take it to school and me and my friends are instantly obsessed!! and the rest is history... the ISPY split is what really changed my whole way of thinking though, I’ll save that story for another time.

Haven't seen them live since 97 in Sydney, but I did follow them around to Canberra and other locations just so I could see them multiple times. Unfortunately, John had already left the band so I've never seen him play live (also missed the weakerthans when they came to Aus) :(

I have so many songs of theirs I love, but Supporting Caste is my current one — I went through a phase last month where I only listened to that song and that song only for like an entire week!
This live version with the alternative intro... oh man!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uH16PE-_Dlw
and the slow bit in the middle before that massive riff!!!
Fuck!!!
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #13 on: May 04, 2021, 09:41:13 PM »
I think I'd be fine never listening to them ever again, but I still like them if that makes sense. Allies in fighting the good fight, and... nostalgia
interesting take, did you give their new stuff a listen or was there a point where you were just like, nah I'm good?

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #14 on: May 05, 2021, 12:17:43 AM »
In 2006 I was in 8th grade living in rural South Dakota.  A different skate forum was where I learned about music that wasn't shitty radio buttrock.  Someone on there made a thread about Potemkin coming out.  I had never heard of them, but was really into NOFX and the like at the time.  I ended up buying the cd on a whim the next time I happened to be at Best Buy and fell in love instantly.

The politics were intriguing to my young brain.  I also lived with family that are quasi famous for slaughtering animals and constantly had animal carcasses laying around in the winter time.  My dad was always bummed that I didn't enjoy his passion for trapping, whatever, I still love skateboarding. I've never been vegan or anything like that, but I think the vegan lyrics were kind of a fuck you to my family that I enjoyed.  I was already fairly liberal, but the politics of the music would make you an outsider living in the middle of nowhere.  For reference, 80 percent of my hometown voted for Trump.

I eventually ordered HTCE and LTMR off half.com and listened to it regularly.  Any CD I had at the time got spun obsessively.  I spent a good bit of time reading the liner notes to LTMR, which was pretty radical shit for the time, and especially for living in the middle of nowhere.  I eventually lost touch with the band though and didn't listen to them forever.

About a year and a half ago, I was pre-gaming with a rando before a descendents show and he was telling me about seeing them play where I live now(Sioux Falls, SD) in the early 2000's.  He said Chris talks about playing South Dakota and the plains region a bit in the Turned out a punk podcast episode he's on.  Also, being geographically ignorant, I had no idea Winnipeg is only 7 hours north of where I live(not that far in the plains).

As an adult, I think TETA is their best album, which is a bummer cause I never got to own that one as a kid.  I would love to get to see them at some point before they call it quits.  I've been listening to them quite a bit since, I think there is alot of intricacies to their music that I didn't notice as a kid listening on shitty headphones.

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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #15 on: May 05, 2021, 03:58:34 AM »
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It was the intelligence of Bad Religion with the self-depreciating wit of NOFX, with a hard political slant that introduced me to a new way of interpreting things like the Oka standoff in Quebec, or detailed reasoning to my vague distrust of nationalism. It was fast, funny, and intellectually challenging.

That lasted until Potemkin, when they started exchanging humor for more serious an crafted lyrics, and got a bit darker with a move towards the speed metal of their youth.
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Oka is still one of their best tracks imho. Even Todd from FYP/ Recess Records said that on a bonus podcast episode. Potemkin did get darker, but Todd's songs are a thing of beauty!
Did you not like Victory lap, seems they went a bit more back to their pop punk roots for that one?

I like it all, but I haven’t had where I loved every song since Potemkin.

I grew up in a small Canadian town. The guys in Propagandhi grew up playing hockey and listening to metal, and hating snowboarders (as a kind of ‘punk jock’.

In my world, the metal heads were idiots, I couldn’t stand that shit. I tried to get as far away from it as a could, musically and aesthetically, and I got into hip-hop. Lines were drawn. Plus, I hated the jock fighting culture of hockey, and my hometown was a BIG hockey town.

So I’ve always been predisposed to dislike the type of music Propagandhi has been moving towards.

Having said that, I still respect the band for how much they taught me that I have bought everything they’ve put out. And I always find bits and songs I like musically on every record. Just not everything.
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #16 on: May 05, 2021, 06:06:22 PM »
@cucktard
Fair enough, thrash metal was the only metal I’ve ever liked so maybe that’s why they resonate with me so well. As I said, even when I heard HTCE I was like, oh these guys love Metallica!
Been listening to victory lap this morning and agree with @igrindtwinkies that there’s so many intricacies in their music that you don’t always pick up on a surface level. Get the remastered version of failed states and chuck it on a good stereo with some quality headphones, shit it EPIC!!!
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #17 on: May 07, 2021, 01:21:13 AM »
I’ll see if I still have a digital version of an interview I did with them for my zine

Ok, here’s part of it



Me: So, you guys came back (to Japan) finally, after ten years. Why did you decide to finally make it back?
僕:10年後やっと(日本に)戻ってきましたね。今回はどうして来日することにきめたんですか?

Rod (Bass): Comeback kid was coming here and, and their manager asked us if we wanted to come and we thought… sounds good
ロッド:カムバック・キッドがここに来るという事で、彼らのマネージャーが僕たちに一緒に来ないかって聞いてきて、ああいいんじゃない、みたいな。

Me: Cause I had heard that NOFX had asked you on their last tour to come over with you guys, but…
僕:先の日本ツアーに、一緒に来ないかってNOFXから誘われたって聞きましたが。

Rod: Well, it seems like more fun than NOFX
ロッド:うん、(カムバック・キッドとツアーする方が)NOFXより面白そうだったから。

Me: How many times in Japan then is this for you?
僕:今回、日本は何回目ですか?

Jord (Drums): Our third time
ジョード:三回目。

Me: Next one, number 3. Just to get it out of the way, what interview question do you get asked the most? Or do you dread the most?
僕:次ぎは三つ目の質問。どうせだから、インタビューで一番よく聞かれる質問は何ですか?それと聞かれて一番嫌な質問は?

Jord: “Are you still on Fat?”
ジョード:「まだファット(レコード)にいるの?」

Todd: Or “How’s the tour goin’?” “Why are you so handsome?”
トッド:「ツアーはどんな感じ?」、「なんであなたはそんなにイケメンなんですか?」

Me: So today I think Earth Day is happening, like in Tokyo. And you guys, are obviously concerned about a lot of environmental things. I saw Chris last night has his…
僕:そういえば今日アースデーですけど、特に東京とかでは。(アースデーにまつわるイベンドやってるらしいけど?)皆さん、環境保全についてもちろん関心持ってますよね。
昨日クリスが・・・

Todd: Sea Shepherd Society…
トッド:シーシェパード・ソサエティー

Me: Sea Shepherd Society shirt, and he also had a little placard on his guitar there, do you know what that was about?
僕:そう シーシェパード・ソサエティーのT−シャツを着ていて、で、彼のギターにも小さなチラシ立ててあって。
あのチラシには何て?

Todd: Japanese hunting dolphins maybe?
トッド:日本のイルカ漁労についてかな?

Me: And you guys are all strict vegans. When was the last time a dead animal entered your pie-hole?
僕:で、皆さんベーガン(絶対菜食主義者)ですが、最後に死んだ動物を口にしたのはいつですか?

Jord: My pie-hole…

Todd: Uh, I ordered a vegetable samosa about 3 or 4 years ago, it had a fuckin’ flake of …
トッド:うーん、3−4年前ベジタブル・サモサをオーダーしたら、小さな・・・

Me: Meat in it?
僕;肉のかけらが入ってた?

Todd: Yeah. Hideous.
トッド:そう。気持ちワル。

Me: When did you first become though, vegan?
僕:ベーガンになってどの位になりますか?

Todd: Oh, um…like 1992 or something? 93?
トッド:うーん・・・多分’92年頃から? ’93年?

Jord: I think I started experimenting with vegetarian stuff when I was 19, would have been ’89. And then over the next few years I slowly progressed to become more strict with it.
ジョード:19歳の時ベジタリアニズムを試し始めて、だから’90年からだと思う。で、それから数年徐々にベーガンに近づいて行って。

Me: OK. And Beav, are you in on that too?
僕:ok, ビーヴもベーガンですか?

Beav (Guitar): Yeah.
ビーヴ:そう。

Me: How long?
僕:いつから?

Beav: I went vegetarian when I was 18, so around ’97, and vegan, not until I was 25, so that would be have been, 2004.
ビーヴ:18歳のときにベジタリアンになったから、’97年頃から。ベーガンになったのは25歳になってからだから、たぶん’04年からかな。

Me: OK. And this is for the Japanese kids that might have heard of anything about animal rights or vegetarianism, but what were some of your reasons for giving up meat?
僕:OK この質問は、ベジタリアニズムや動物保護について聞きかじった事がある日本の若い子たちの為に聞くんですけど、肉と食べないと決めた理由は何ですか?

Jord: I think for me uh, I read uh, ‘Diet for a Small Planet’, this book by Frances Moore Lappe which was really influential to me at the time. I think mainly out of moral concerns about not having anything against animals, was my first motivation. I had cats and dogs growing up an stuff like that, I wouldn’t eat them, so why would I want to eat a cow or… you know, anything else?
ジョード:僕は、うーん・・・フランシス・ムーア・ラップの”小さな惑星の緑の食卓”っていう本読んだ時、結構感化されて。やっぱり、一番は、倫理上動物保護に反する事はしたくないっていうのが最初の理由かな。子供の頃犬や猫を飼ってて、で、ペットは食べないなら何で牛やその他の家畜なら食べるのかって。

... for a bit of background, I started off with this because although Japanese people are just starting to hear about veganism and the effects of animal ag on the environment now (Japan is about 20-30 years late with global social trends), this interview was maybe 15 years ago, when the word was virtually unknown here. So I wanted to introduce the idea that punk bands have political messages (which in Japan, for the most part they don’t).
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Re: The Official SLAP Propagandhi Thread
« Reply #18 on: May 10, 2021, 08:58:31 PM »
Good interview mate, I think you sent me some pics of it a while back, yeah very few Japanese punk bands have political messages and when I lived here in 2000 and said I was vegetarian, people looked at me like I had two heads (and belonged to some religious cult).

My friend worked at a university newspaper when they toured Australia and he got to interview them. He knew how much I loved them and so he let me tag along for the interview. GISM do you have any other questions for the band?
Stupidly, I asked them what other Fat bands they liked? Like why? I doubt they even listened to a single fat band at the time...

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