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Bambu's Prey for the Devil

Bambu’s Prey for the Devil arrived in September of  2016, but it still feels very fresh and timely. The album’s social justice and radical left core resonates more than ever in 2017. The tracks are brilliant, start-to-finish, and this album has stayed high on my list of favourites.

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