Truth Music Playlist - Summer 2017

08/24/201767 Comments

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It's the dog days of summer, and that can only mean one thing: it's time for our annual roundup of the latest, hottest truth music. Load up your playlist with some of these tracks and blare it at the beach, at the bar-b-q or in the car on that big road trip! And if you have any suggestions for good truth music tracks, share 'em in the comments.

Joe Plummer's "Geek USA" drum cover

"Parts of Me" by Mu Carzi

War On Drugs by Fat Kat N The Lobbyists

THEORY 6: War For Peace (VIDEO)

Pepperland For The Benefit Of Mister Kite Vinnie Caggiano

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  1. The Last American Vagabond says:

    This is my favorite:

  2. metal.lamb says:

    Excited to check these artists out and subscribe to Vin Caggiano’s channel! Always love your musical variety. Recently been trying to get back into arts myself and some inspiration for guitar pieces seems well timed! Thanks James!

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Truth Music on Corbett Report – Previous Years

    • MorePositive says:

      For me all of these songs hold some important ‘truths’ – Concrete Blonde’s “Everybody Knows” or “True” – and the Vaughan Brothers “Tick Tock” – and once in a documentary “The Aristocrats” Jacob Rothschild was described as “the personification of a man of wealth and taste” thereafter changing my understanding of the Rolling Stone’s song “Sympathy for the Devil”….. Oh and Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” has got to be on the list if not there already… and I love Willie Nelson’s “Peaceful Solution”

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        MorePositive says:
        …and once in a documentary “The Aristocrats”, Jacob Rothschild was described as “the personification of a man of wealth and taste” thereafter changing my understanding of the Rolling Stone’s song “Sympathy for the Devil”…..

  4. scpat says:

    Funny how bands that I’ve listened to for years have nuggets of political statements and truth sprinkled in there that never occurred to me before I “woke up”. One of those bands is System of a Down, for any of you out there that like heavy rock. For reggae rock style, the band Rebelution has a lot of lyrics about being free human beings and the corruption of the political system. Here are some lyrics from “Prison Song” by System of a Down:

    “Following the rights movements you clamped on with your iron fists
    Drugs became conveniently available for all the kids”

    “Minor drug offenders fill your prisons, you don’t even flinch
    All our taxes paying for your wars against the new non-rich”

    “Utilizing drugs to pay for
    Secret wars around the world
    Drugs are now your global policy
    Now you police the globe”

    “Drug money is used to rig elections
    And train brutal corporate sponsored
    Dictators around the world”

    • mkey says:

      This one did the same for me

      We’re not talking nuggets here, it’s all straight up right into your face and I simply didn’t get it.

    • wingsuitfreak says:

      Don’t feel bad. When I was a young redneck in South Georgia in the ’70s, we all listened to “The Village People”. While it wouldn’t have made any difference to us (gay hate didn’t really take off until the “In Your Face” campaign started) as this was the bonus hour of the Sexual Revolution, so anything was cool. Excuse me while I reminiscence. Funny how all these rights movements always backfire so much and give us so many more problems. Jim, who just saved his neighbor’s clothes from the rain and was repaid by Karma of a green nature. Excuse me while I get dinner ready.

      But onto the real reason I came here. As I run my distasteful task of conducting my own intelligence, I am forced to read from some crazy sources. But this one paid off. Roger Stone (who always forgets the bad from Trump.)has an article which is pretty good once you get past the rhetoric. Plus, all 17 spy agencies are listed, along with their assigned duties, and a few nice additions. The rest of it? I always bring a lot of salt to one of his articles, but it has some gems as well. Take care, Jim who is now going to edit because he tends to ramble after meeting Karma.

  5. cush350 says:

    I nominate Homage – The Awakening as the theme song of The Corbett Report.

  6. nosoapradio says:

    “Diabolos in Musica” or “La Quinte Juste”

    “Where was the church music, with the Pope and all of that?”

    Well I’m making this up as I go along but I’d say the time of King Arthur… (an episode from a French mini-series called “Kaamelott” that was a hit in France and that came from my own adopted home town with people I either met or worked with):

    sorry it hasn’t been translated, but for all those who like to listen to French or who speak French. It’s light years away from their best work but it’s “à propos”.

    Alexandre Astier (the writer and star of the series) plays double bass. Like my son.

  7. tillerman says:

    If truth is a process of awakening and a journey of love (as in the Corbett Report’s “Only Love Can Defeat the New World Order” actively creating in the world, here’s a song that for me evokes life’s journey and love’s epiphany:

    • nosoapradio says:

      Thanks for that song.

      Cat Stevens got me safely through adolescence (during the Tillerman times). Which, sadly, is more than I can say for other dear members of my family.

      I understand the need to be drawn to peace, health, community and regeneration – Cat Stevens explains very well why he converted to Islam.

      But though most people live their religion, or desire to live it, for peaceful, loving and constructive purposes

      it appears to me that the inherent dogma of any religion ultimately ends up negating its own central precepts and is so often manipulated to betray these central precepts through some sort of manifest violence.

      Cat Stevens explained how he was tricked by the press into appearing vindictive towards Salomon Rushdie when asked about the fatwa’s ruling on “Blasphemy”.

      he explains how he viewed the “Arab Spring” in Egypt…

      and it seems clear to me that the emotion and inherent clanesque mentality involved in religion blind people as to the multiple dimensions of what is really happening in and around them.

      (Clanesque: why Islam as opposed to Christianity or Judaism going so far as to adopt the name of a specific religion as your own patronym.)

      Music on the other hand (often instrumentalized by religion among other organizations)

      CAN offer the emotion without the interpretation, without trying to channel that emotion towards specific desired behavior.

      Thanks again for this opportunity for me to reflect and


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Yusuf / Cat Stevens ages very well. (Born in 1948.)

      I well remember the AM car radio playing his songs during the early 1970’s.

      “Peace Train” 1971
      …’Cause out on the edge of darkness,
      There rides a Peace Train
      Oh Peace Train take this country,
      Come take me home again…

  8. Octium says:

    Perhaps not truth music, but I found Aaron Franz’s recent podcast on Arcade Fire’s new album “Everything now” quite interesting.

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    For a limited time, this video will be available…
    GMO’s Revealed: Episode 1

  10. Strummer says:


    I wrote this song in February 2017 in memory of Mike Ruppert…

    and I wrote this one after listening to the Corbett Report Podcasts…

    and this short one was having a bit of fun with Siri…

    I’m not much of a singer, and they’re just home demos…but i hope someone somewhere enjoys them 🙂

  11. john.o says:

    Because I LOVE this world,and because only LOVE can defeat the NWO, this is my song:

  12. niamh says:

    I’m not sure if it’s been mentioned before ;

    Joni Mitchel, Big Yellow Taxi

    National Parks taking a knock and all….

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    9/11 Researcher Steven Jones highlights this song Ode to the Neocons at a landmark 9/11 evidence conference in L.A. June 2006 which was broadcast on C-SPAN.

    The two-day event, “American Scholars Symposium: 9/11 and The Neo-Con Agenda,” was held in the ballroom of the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown.

    C-SPAN link
    The folks at the mike starting at the 1:28 mark give an inkling of the early history of the 9/11 Movement…

  14. nosoapradio says:

    This one never fails to choke me up:

    May the music live on!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Oh yeah man!
      A classic!
      I remember those times in the early 70’s with the AM radio playing this song while I’m driving down a country road singing along, loudly out-of-tune so badly the cows would run away.

  15. bas says:

    Peep this, through a commercial for Anarchapulco during Jeff Berwick’s conversation with Ron Paul on Anarchast I just discovered a Voluntariyist hiphop/rock band:

    I myself am very much into conscious hip hop: Immortal Technique, Lowkey, Akala, Logic (the British one, not the American one), Genocide, DISL Automatic, Brother Ali, etc. If anyone knows similar artists, be sure to let me know!

    • mkey says:

      Backwordz is great. Very much tongue in cheek.

      I’m livid when, the gimmicking wins/
      From beginning to end, no gimmick; If I rap it, dude I live it then/
      And you can’t do it, so ain’t no need for mimicking/
      I’m not innocent. I’m on a mission, so let me finish it/
      Matter of time before they summon the army in/
      I’m probably on the FBI’s most wanted list/
      I’m probably going to end up hung like an ornament/
      I’m on a life mission to abolish all the government/

      It’s dumb and I’m beyond pissed/
      So we’re going to cut to the chase and get rid of metaphorical nonsense/
      None of that eloquent bogusness/
      I want you to know what it is sucka kid, y’all people keep voting in/

      They rob, kill, and steal by the day/
      I’d be a buffoon to trust the state/
      You’re a tool and fool. Just keep taking the bait/
      Making mistake, after mistake, after mistake/
      Believe me, this ain’t the typical “Oh the government’s corrupt.”
      Bro, that’s too easy/
      You gotta take responsibility because you willingly
      Give power to the state, when it’s the state that is your enemy

      Stuck on stupid, you gotta be on it/
      Cry about violence but they got a monopoly on it/
      And you keep on buying in to what that man say/
      Not knowing that every mandate, just expands the state

      Look around tell me what you see, because it’s..
      Coming down, coming down. Are you listening?
      Stop and look. This is what I mean:
      It’s going down. It’s going down

      Look, it ain’t really hard to keep up
      The politician just hypnotized you with free stuff
      More and more statism, and y’all people just eat up
      Yet crying and you’re protesting about how the police suck
      Y’all don’t get no sympathy from me, because that’s the bed that you made
      So you gotta lay
      More inconsistent by the day, making mistake after mistake after mistake

      At some time you gotta realize/
      That the same crap that you despise might be your demise/
      And I’d advise that you become more knowledgeable on subjects like economics that benefit/
      Not memes on the internet
      So when you’re mad and you get so combative, you gotta step back and take a stab at your voting habits/
      The average man don’t understand that he don’t know;
      You can be free or be a slave, but you can’t be both


      Craig Mabbitt: Open Your Eyes
      The state you’re in, is a state of mind
      Freedom disguised, the state you’re in is a state of mind

      So they’re wanting a savior?
      Yet everyday, we go through voluntary exchanges/
      They say “who’s going to build the roads?” without taxation/
      So you give them a reason to confiscate my payments/
      And that’s exactly what the state needs
      For you to think you need them. But it’s fake, see?/
      Maybe you’d see that they are what they swore to prevent/
      A monopolized corporation, it’s called government/

  16. scpat says:

    Immortal Technique – Rich Man’s World

  17. Erwin Nijs says:

    My Brother wanted to leaf a comment on Youtube but it got censored, so he asked me to enter it here, enjoy.

    “This is my contribution to the Thruth Music Playlist 2017. I don’t play in a band and I’m certainly no professional musician. I’m just a blind guy with a guitar, keyboard and a laptop, but I hope you can enjoy my efforts anyway.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I loved it! For real!
      Your brother has a unique voice quality when he sings. I like it.
      Please tell him to keep it up. More people need to hear that voice.

      There is fluoride in our water.
      And pollution in our brains.
      There is paper in our wallets.
      And the slavery remains.

      –The Famous Belgium Blind Brother with a guitar, keyboard and laptop.

  18. Palmer Harsanyi says:

    I just fell over this. Its trance and you usually has not much from that genre:

    Everything’s A Lie – Sunny Lax
    • Lyrics:
    • Song:
    • Live:

  19. hoyden_1 says:

    Not sure if these were included before, but anything by Rage Against the Machine is always incredible – recently, Bulls on Parade resonated with me thanks to the lyric “They don’t need to burn the books, they just remove ’em” (thinking about Google’s censorship). Also, Vietnow: “Turn on the radio? Nah, fuck it! Turn it off! Fear is your only god on the radio…
    And finally, let’s bring back the Dead Kennedys and We’ve got a bigger problem now…they had it dead on at the time

  20. A few faves:

    Pink Floyd “On The Turning Away”

    Fiona Apple “Extraordinary Machine”
    * There’s at least 2 versions. I learned of this from the Aaron Schwartz documentary.

    Simone White “The American War”

    Simone White “Great Imperialist State”

    Kid Beyond “I Shall Be Free” + “Wandering Star”
    * Exceptional beatboxer with a looper. Sad to not see more after a decade.

    Bassnectar “Bomb The Blocks”
    * There’s at least 2 versions.

    Datsik & 12th Planet “Texx Mars”

    ill.Gates & Captain Hook “Open Your Eyes (Bassnectar Remix)”

    Skinny Puppy “Assimilate”
    * There’s at least 3 versions. The lyrics are good, even if you don’t like 80s dark industrial alternative. I was introduced to this in highschool around 1986 by the cutest blond cheerleader who looked like a young innocent June Cleaver with legs that stretched forever. She put her walkman headphones on me and blew my mind. Can’t judge a book…

  21. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett often suggests various Truth Stream Media videos.

    This August 30, 2017 TruthStreamMedia video ties in well to this thread.
    The Secret Power Music Holds Over You

    • wingsuitfreak says:

      I just watched this video. When they started talking about the music of the 60s and the drug culture as well, I immediately thought of the Doors. After all, Morrison’s father was Naval Intelligence, and all those conspiracy theories even back then about this. Then, lo and behold, they mention the Doors, and specifically LA Woman! This is a song that I specifically relate to them as it was played every single day on the radio station I listened to at the time. It was played so much that I grew to hate it.
      Between these two videos on music, I realize just how ignorant I am concerning music. I generally just listen to it in the background, occasionally really becoming involved in the guitar playing of some of the blues masters. Just another case of realizing that no matter how much you try to learn, we will all die nearly as ignorant as when we were born.

  22. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Jump Into The Fire by Harry Nilsson goes on a TruthMusicPlaylist for me.

    The music goes on the playlist for an odd reason…
    For me, the lyrics epitomize that “attitude and think of Psychopaths” who work together, whether in Wall Street or the Government or Banking or War.
    It is how things go when one “breaks bad”.

    Listen to that bass! and drums!

    Harry Nilsson was the ‘favorite’ of The Beatles
    Listen to the Beatles talk about him…

  23. Pablo de Boer says:

    Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name – 1993 LIVE

    Rage Against The Machine – Bullet In The Head – 1993 LIVE

    Rage Against The Machine – PinkPop 93

    Burning Spear- Christopher Columbus (Is a damn blasted liar.)

    Anti-Illuminati rap

    kill illuminati

    Dance With The Devil – Immortal Technique

    Immortal Technique- Peruvian Cocaine Music Video

    Fuck de NWO (Illuminati Diss) (Dutch)

    Rap contra a Nova Ordem Mundial Illuminati 3

  24. Erwin Nijs says:

    My personal favorite:

    No government by Nicolette (Tocadisco Remix)

  25. Pablo de Boer says:

    Chemtrails They Live, We Sleep – Freeman Fly

  26. manbearpig says:

    Is this Melissa Melton Dykes singing Bobby McGee?

    Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Cool! Melissa does a fantastic job!

      I remember those days of Joplin, driving down Texas roads with no air conditioning on a summer night, listening to the AM radio.

    • mkey says:

      She’s doing a great job. I think she’s ready for the american idol or whichever show is da shit at this time.

  27. Morrissey has a new song with a repeating chorus about not trusting the news. If you like his sound it’s actually very good – almost too good, almost like a parody of himself. Almost. I liked it.

    Take your pick of the official video, live performances, or videos with the lyrics :

  28. LenZoo says:

    Hey James,
    Check out ANOHNI with songs as Drone Bomb Me, 4 Degrees, and Watch Me. She (he) has a very honest point.


  29. The Cynical Historian “Music for History Nerds!” :

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