About This Track
Remastered version as of 08.02.08. Special thanks to Alex Jones and www.InfoWars.com, of ocurse. For more information and further free music, please visit http://brapallgood.com, eh. This song is not anti-police, it is anti-jackbooted thug. PEACE.
- August 2, 2008
More infosOkay, so I remastered this gem, also. I remastered LOTS of stuff. I remastered the kitchen sink. I have remasters syndrome. I LOVE it. More info on this track [url=http://brapblog.blogspot.com/2008/05/music-to-serve-and-to-protect-original.html]here[/url]. Watch the nifty video for it [url=http://brapblog.blogspot.com/2008/07/music-video-to-serve-and-to-protect.html]here[/url]. Don't be a Nazi, kids. It's bad for you. peace. [url=http://brapallgood.com]Brap Allgood[/url]
- January 28, 2009
DAMN!!!I LOVE THIS SONG so do 2 of my brothers, can i either have the voice samples or remake a hardcore version of it cuz damn... i sped it up like insanely but thats biside the point my love this one m8! keep this up
- January 28, 2009
Re: DAMN!!![quote:b8ac6607b2="DJIKEYCISDIABLO"]I LOVE THIS SONG so do 2 of my brothers, can i either have the voice samples or remake a hardcore version of it cuz damn... i sped it up like insanely but thats biside the point my love this one m8! keep this up[/quote:b8ac6607b2] Hey thanks. :) It was a labor of love. I owe much to SampleSwap. As for the samples, I can make them available for you, if you like...just send me a private message or email brap at goodallgood dot com and I'll give you a link. OR, just do a search on YouTube for 'officer jackboot' and explore a little. Maybe further refine it with 'lick boot', heh. There's several easy to find candidates. Let me know your preference. I have the samples handy and zipped and pay for server space, so that's easy...but they won't necessarily sound like they came out in Ableton...that was a lot of editing. EDIT: Whoops, I forgot to address the remaking of it...I do not mind if you make something new, so long as you share it with me (and SampleSwap!), but I prefer not to have derivatives of my own tracks, as is stated in the Creative Commons [url=http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/us/]license[/url] I usually choose. I fully support the creative endeavors of another, though, and am happy to share the samples that I worked hard to assemble; I have an 'Officer Jackboot freE-P' planned eventually, but not anytime soon. It'd be cool to hear others' visions of how it might go and the message should stand from track to track well. Heck, maybe I should make the sample archive public and just see what happens. I am going to have to think about that. Peace.
- January 29, 2009
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