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Tyke was an elephant caged in a circus who, in August 1994, killed her torturer and escaped. She was shot dead by the police as she was trying to flee. This song is dedicated to her, as well as to all the animals victim of barbary and specism.


After 20 years of torture for what they call culture. The circle was on fire but freedom is her only desire. Tyke gets angry and runs away, her chains can't no longer make her stay. The circle was on fire, she is free like a grassfire. But eighty-six shots later, deafened by the sirens, her grey skin was on fire. Tyke gives up and kneels over. They are not our enemies, because we can means we must. For all the ones we killed, for the beings who still suffer and die. For spending our life saying: "No. Not me, not my fight, not my problem, not tonight."


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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