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This song’s about Pierre Morain, who was accused of being a part of a riot with the Algerians against the french colonisation, on May 1st, 1955. When asked why he stood at their side, he answered : « I’m not French, I’m a worker ». This song’s a tribute to all the workers who fight altogether beyond the borders.


Appeals for calm are getting on my nerves, always being asked to justify our anger, to excuse our rage and to explain our struggles. Does it make no sense enough to be pissed off with the culture of exploitation and misery? All the best things are made by anger and even more when shared. Edgy but with a common purpose, I'll never deplore what we did together. The newspapers are also speaking with one voice, but who's surprised that it's the State one? May, 1st 1955 the Algerians took to the streets, the judge seemed not to understand that I was with them, and I said "but i'm not french, I am a worker."


from s​/​t, released June 14, 2014




More Dangerous Than a Thousand Rioters Strasbourg, France

Qualified as "more dangerous than a thousand rioters" in the files of the Chicago police departement and after gaining freedom over her slave condition, Lucy Parsons became one of the most revelant member of the revolution movement in the US.
Created at the end of 2011 in Strasbourg, MDTaTR lyrics and inspiration are set to stand along Lucy Parsons' hate for every form of oppression.
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