1. NEW Bomb The Music Industry! song featured on our compilation Head Above Water: A Response To The BP Drilling Disaster!

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    Lots of love!


    3 years ago  /  16 notes


    Community Records and our close knit group of musical friends are trying to help out the Gulf of Mexico the only way we know how:

    A benefit compilation for the Gulf Restoration Network.

    One year ago today on April 20th, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon’s safety mechanism’s failed and the Gulf of Mexico was filled with 4.9 million barrels of oil. That’s 205.8 million gallons of crude… 
    19 times more than the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989 and one drop too many. Although news coverage of these facts has died down, we all must be aware that the situation will probably never be back to normal. 

    On this Wed, April 20th, 2011 (one year after the gulf coast oil spill), Community Records releases a benefit compilation to help create awareness and progress in the wake of the BP drilling disaster. For the compilation, Community Records has aligned with three different independent record labels from across the United States who will be submitting songs: Asian Man Records in CA, Plan-It-X Records in IN, and Quote Unquote Records in NY. The compilation has over 35 songs and will include literature, movies, and other media about the spill.

    The compilation will be available for 100% FREE download on CommunityRecords.org with the opportunity to donate to the Gulf Restoration Network, a 16 year old environmental non-profit based in New Orleans. The GRN works to empower people to protect and restore the natural resources of the Gulf of Mexico. Since the drilling disaster, they have been committed to the fight of holding BP accountable and ensuring a disaster of this magnitude never happens again. Head Above Water will only be released as a digital download to avoid the use of new plastics as well as gasoline to ship them across the country. 

    Track List:
    * previously unreleased material

    01 A Billion Ernies – Lucky You*
    02 Dan Potthast – Eat The Planet
    03 Laura Stevenson – Landslide Song/The Dig
    04 Caddywhompus – Let The Water Hit The Floor
    05 Screaming Females – I Don’t Mind It
    06 Mike Park – Rise Up*
    07 Small Bones – Deep Water Event Horizon
    08 Spraynard – Ah Gun
    09 The Lollies – I AM A MALCONTENT*
    10 Mustard Plug – Blame Yourself*
    11 Stuck Lucky – Come As You Like*
    12 Thou – Bonnet Carre
    13 The Flaming Tsunamis – Vines
    14 Brunt Of It – Soility
    15 We Are The Union – Rearranging Deck Chairs On The Titanic
    16 Sun Hotel – Palms
    17 The Wild – Set Ourselves Free
    18 Onsind – Heterosexuality is a construct
    19 Imperial Can – Sometimes A Fuck You Is Called For
    20 Eric Rodrigue – Blowout on The Macondo*
    21 The Taxpayers- Everything Is Awful
    22 Bomb The Music Industry – Sleep Thru Monday*
    23 Informant – To Process At Normal Speed
    24 Murphy’s Kids – A Story
    25 The Best Of The Worst – Blood Drive Pride
    26 Pericles – Black Coast Economics*
    27 Lenin/McCarthy – CBS
    28 Matt Wixson – Oh Starcia
    29 The Forthrights w/ Maddie Ruthless – Jaguar Queen
    30 Mad Conductor – Parthenon
    31 Big, Fat & Delicious – Don’t Trust The Dealer*
    32 Marathon – Pete’s Driving This Tank
    33 Lycka Till – No Ambition
    34 Sonic Boom Six – Nine Stitches
    35 Womb Envy – The Burden
    36 Bryan Leavelle – Water*

    We are asking for a $10 suggested donation.
    Again here is the link for the download:

    and here is the link for the facebook event page:

    Head Above Water: A Response to the BP Drilling DIsaster DONATE TO GRN!

    Above is a video from the Gulf Restoration Network recapping the events that have taken place & what is still occurring in our Gulf.

    Above is a picture taken just 9 days ago of a deceased dolphin who’s death was due to oil spill pollution.

    Thank you in advance for donating and caring about our mother earth. 

    Peace. Love. Com Rec.

    3 years ago  /  25 notes