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Introducing "The Architecture of Oppression Part 2" - the highly anticipated follow-up to Jake Ferguson's critically acclaimed debut album - Part 1. Ferguson is recognised as the 'other half' of The Heliocentrics, producing his solo work under the moniker, The Brkn Record. Effortlessly merging the realms of music and activism, he has created a groundbreaking album, which is set to be one of the most important bodies of work that illustrate ongoing systemic racism this side of the millennium.
Introducing "The Architecture of Oppression Part 2" - the highly anticipated follow-up to Jake Ferguson's critically acclaimed debut album - Part 1. Ferguson is recognised as the 'other half' of The Heliocentrics, producing his solo work under the moniker, The Brkn Record. Effortlessly merging the realms of music and activism, he has created a groundbreaking album, which is set to be one of the most important bodies of work that illustrate ongoing systemic racism this side of the millennium.
197189812675
Brkn Record - Architecture Of Oppression Part 2

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Format: Vinyl
Label: BBE
Rel. Date: 05/31/2024
UPC: 197189812675

Architecture Of Oppression Part 2
Artist: Brkn Record
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $39.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Black Gold (featuring Jermain Jackman)
2. Cut the Cheque (featuring Percee P ; Great Okosun)
3. Skull Tax (featuring Anthony Joseph)
4. We Need Freedom (featuring Jermain Jackman)
5. Believe (featuring Ugochi Nwaogwugwu ; Toyin Agbetu)
6. Indifference (featuring Anthony Joseph)
7. Why do they fear us? (featuring Yolanda Lear)
8. Intensity in Five (featuring Anthony Joseph)
9. Prison of Skin (featuring Ugochi Nwaogwugwu)

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Introducing "The Architecture of Oppression Part 2" - the highly anticipated follow-up to Jake Ferguson's critically acclaimed debut album - Part 1. Ferguson is recognised as the 'other half' of The Heliocentrics, producing his solo work under the moniker, The Brkn Record. Effortlessly merging the realms of music and activism, he has created a groundbreaking album, which is set to be one of the most important bodies of work that illustrate ongoing systemic racism this side of the millennium.
        
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