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Haymarket Riot  - Recognize and Recall album flac Performer: Haymarket Riot
Title: Recognize and Recall
Released: 2014
MP3 album: 1958 mb
FLAC album: 1248 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Rock

Album · 2014 · 6 Songs. Recognize and Recall - EP Haymarket Riot.

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Haymarket Riot: Survey of the Haymarket Riot, a violent confrontation between police and labor protesters in Chicago on May 4, 1886, that became a symbol of the international struggle for workers’ rights. It has been associated with May Day (May 1) since its designation as International Workers’ Day in 1889. The Haymarket Riot created widespread hysteria directed against immigrants and labour leaders. Amid the panic, August Spies and seven other anarchists were convicted of murder on the grounds that they had conspired with or aided an unknown assailant. Many of the so-called Chicago Eight, however, were not even present at the May 4 event, and their alleged involvement was never proved. Nevertheless, Spies and three other defendants were hanged on Nov. 11, 1887, while another defendant committed suicide.

Historian Yohuru Williams gives a crash course on a riot in Chicago's Haymarket Square that changed the labor movement in the United States. On May 4, 1886, a labor protest rally near Chicago’s Haymarket Square turned into a riot after someone threw a bomb at police. At least eight people died as a result of the violence that day. Despite a lack of evidence against them, eight radical labor activists were convicted in connection with the bombing.

Haymarket Riot is a Chicago-based post-punk/rock band that was formed in 1999 by Mike Bennett, Kevin J. Frank, Fred Popolo and Billy Smith. The current line-up consists of Kevin J. Frank, Fred Popolo and Brian Wnukowski. Haymarket Riot features ex-members of Gauge, Traluma, Radio Flyer, Big'N, Sweep The Leg Johnny, Six Of One Half Summers, Just A Fire, Neutrino, Orwell, Hubcap, The Sky Corvair, Dempsey, and the Traitors. Brian Wnukowski also is the current drummer for Cougars.

The Haymarket Riot started with a single stick of dynamite - and culminated in a wave of paranoia, police injustice, and activism that changed labor laws around the world. No single event has influenced the history of labor in Illinois, the United States, and even the world, more than the Chicago Haymarket Affair, according to historian William J. Adelman. It started with a stick of dynamite flying through the air during a rally in Chicago’s Haymarket Square on May 4, 1886. The decades surrounding the Haymarket Riot was the era of American sweatshops, child labor, and brutal factory conditions.

Tracklist

1 Binary Reticulation
2 Ruin Me
3 All Potential Healthy Meals
4 Give-Up Uniform
5 Plans!
6 Lil' Fasty

Notes

Cassette release of EP.