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Failed States
Hardcore, Punk
Dimensione FLAC:
1111 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1168 mb
Dimensione WMA:
2461 mb


1Failed States
2Duplicate Keys Icaro (An Interim Report)
3Cognitive Suicide
4Hadron Collision
5Rattan Cane
6Devil's Creek
7Note To Self
8Lotus Gait
9Things I Like
10Dark Matters
11Unscripted Moment
12Status Update


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
87192-2Propagandhi Failed States ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Epitaph87192-2US2012
7192-1Propagandhi Failed States ‎(LP, Album, Ora + CD, Album)Epitaph7192-1Europe2012
87192-2Propagandhi Failed States ‎(LP, Red)Epitaph87192-2US2012
7192-1Propagandhi Failed States ‎(LP, Album + CD, Album)Epitaph7192-1Europe2012
nonePropagandhi Failed States ‎(CD, Album, Promo)EpitaphnoneUS2012


  • Mastered ByJason Livermore
  • Mixed ByJohn Paul Peters
  • Producer, Recorded ByJohn Paul Peters, Propagandhi


2019 Remastered Edition. Black Vinyl.
Recorded at Private Ear and Illegal Combatant, Winnipeg.
Mixed at Private Ear.

Digipak case.



Failed States is the sixth full-length album by the punk rock band Propagandhi. It was released on September 4, 2012, receiving critical praise. A remastered version was released through multiple digital streaming services on February 1, 2019 as Chris Hannah felt that the original version sounded inferior to the quality of Supporting Caste and Victory Lap. All music is composed by Propagandhi. Failed States - Propagandhi. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Failed States 2019 Remaster. Failed States. Listen free to Propagandhi Failed States Note To Self, Failed States and more. 12 tracks 37:06. It was released on September 4, 2012. Propagandhi is a punk rock band based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, in 1986. Both in their lyrics and activism, the band's members champion various left-wing causes and veganism their music takes a vocal stance against human rights violations, sexism, racism, nationalism, homophobia, capitalism and religion. Songs in album Propagandhi - Failed States 2012. Propagandhi - Note To Self. Propagandhi - Failed States. Propagandhi - Devil's Creek. Propagandhi - Rattan Cane. Propagandhi - Hadron Collision. Propagandhi - Status Update. Epitaph Records. Buy Failed States. Sorry, something went wrong. Failed States Experimental Prototype. Other Versions. 12 Songs. More by Propagandhi. Potemkin City Limits. Propagandhi - Failed States review: Go ahead and sing you guys Sing you guys. Sing you guys In 2009's Supporting Caste, Propagandhi more or less perfected the increasingly frantic sound they had been developing for the better part of a decade. The album was not only a fusion of the melodic punk rock sound Propagandhi had built their early career on and their thrashier influences, but also saw songwriters Chris Hannah and Todd Kowalski at their most focused and meticulous. While not everyone will always agree with Propagandhi's world-view, no one can doubt their dedication to activism in the 20 years since they made their full-length debut with How to Clean Everything. On their sixth album, Failed States, it's clear that Propagandhi are still on a warpath of political and social awareness, and their increasingly thrash-influenced sound shows no signs that the fire in their bellies will be going out anytime soon. Released September 4, 2012. Failed States Tracklist. Note to Self Lyrics. Failed States Lyrics. Devil's Creek Lyrics

  • Shazel
Anybody finds this remaster to sound exactly like the original? To me it's more like a reissue with the bonus tracks on it...but it's a legit remaster (there's a CD version also), I'm a member of Chris Hannah's (vocals/guitar) patreon and he told us about a RM of Failed States being in the works last year. I only heard it as files, but I compared with the original that I own and didn't get anything, I thought it was an amazingly sounding album, all 3 instruments and voice being extremely clear, especially Todd's bass licks which are impressive throughout the album..maybe I'm getting old and my ears are getting blown but I don't hear anything different.
Thanks for your opinion! I would also like to hear other opinions on it, as I was wondering if it's worth getting this one. It's not that easy to find either! Just this week there are two on sale on discogs, but up until now I haven't seen it anywhere...