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It's Right To Be Civil

by Marc Mac

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0=0 i remember when this came out and i just kept listening to it. I've always been a huge fan of "The R" and all the projects that have come out of it. But these projects are the ones i'm currently most excited about it.

also "Try To Please Me" might be one of the most Marc Mac things I've ever heard in my life.

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0=0 Favorite track: Love Is True.
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Martin Hultman I just plain and simple love this album. Favorite track: By Any Means.
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about

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of confort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy". _Martin Luther King Jr.

Man of the moment Marc Mac drops yet another gem as a very limited MP3 only download that highlights America's civil rights issues and the struggles of the people of the deep south.Much in the same vein as his Chess compilation with a strong hip hop and soul influence.There are many samples of speeches and news reports from the era highlighted interwoven with heavy beats and lush samples.His use of Marvin Gaye's vocals at one point are a real highlight.I hope that this gets picked up and released as his Chess work did even if its only in limited numbers.

*This has now thankfully been issued on Marc's own Omniverse label on CD*
Bruklover May 2006

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released December 5, 2011

Produced by Marc Mac for Omniverse Productions MMVI.
Beats, Moogs, Arps & Bass by Marc Mac.
Mixed by Marc mac in the Box Room Studio.
Additional speach samples suplied by Dez Parkes.
Project Co ordination by Decoy.
All tracks written by M. Clair, Clair Ways Music/Westbury Music.

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