A Fair Warning: a soundtrack for the Wall Street protests

by Jerome Roos on September 26, 2011

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F_Tape recorded this song in solidarity with the Wall Street occupation. May it serve as a source of musical inspiration for the courageous protesters!

A Fair Warning by F_Tape

Diggin’ the tune? Make sure to visit F_Tape’s website and their Facebook page.

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Dan September 27, 2011 at 08:35

The CD that foresaw this whole debacle was made in 1999 by a band called Midnite. The album is titled Ras Mek Peace coming from the Virgin Islands. I’d recommend checking it out…http://www.vireggae.com/rasmekpeace.htm

“The foolish and the wise,
The upwardly mobile and the disenfranchised.
I man not competing for no prize
Man chanting for the explosion of your technological lie”


Yousif Aa-ganabi September 27, 2011 at 13:35

United States change means changing the network system of global relations. The United States enjoys a great influence in the global system. So change the United States has global consequences directly. So Wall Street protests have global importance.


kim fragapane September 28, 2011 at 00:40

great song


Abigail September 29, 2011 at 00:41

I love this song!


Rico Goldis October 24, 2011 at 07:26

The movement might be more focused if they were forced to function inside a corporate dictated framework like the Tea Party puppets. This is what genuine free-form grass roots efforts look like. How pathetic that the genuine democratic, collective, sincere nature of this protest is the very thing that the Observer uses to dismiss it. This is the place where I want to write something vulgar and insulting but I refrain.


Stef February 28, 2012 at 22:22

Yea good tune


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