Pitch A Fit

Against the Grain – February 17, 2004

Playlist

Global Justice Now. The global justice movement burst onto the radar screen of mainstream politicians and media with the protests against the WTO in 1999, but the networks of opposition to corporate capitalism were put in place long before Seattle — and continue to grow. The Notes from Nowhere collective has managed to give a remarkable, many- faceted picture of the movement in their new book, which co-editor Jennifer Whitney and contributor Jeff Conant describe.

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
ennio morricone
the ecstasy of gold
sly and the family stone
stand!
primus
welcome to this world
king tuff
black moon spell
the network
money money 2020
benny goodman
it's only a paper moon
mike patton
deep deep down
the cast
money
life without buildings
the leanover
blockhead
which one of you jerks drank my arnold palmer?
david bowie
absolute beginners
sade
killer blow
the style council
have you ever had it blue?
ray davies
quiet life
dave davies
strangers
the beatles
mr moonlight
murderdolls
white wedding
cold moon
demon in disguise
buzzcocks
keep on believing
elo
ticket to the moon
the hoodoo gurus
i want you back
wire
ex lion tamer
the crystals
frankenstein twist
flamin' groovies
i can't hide
the rogers sisters
delayed reaction
the pandoras
it's about time
big star
blue moon
the city of prague philharmonic orchestra
black lake
frank sinatra
fly me to the moon
the velvet underground
who loves the sun
pere ubu
carnival of souls
lou reed
perfect day
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