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Maybe we're a little biased about this one, but being the conscious rebels that we are over here at República, we couldn't help but to post what'll probably go down as the most unheard revolutionary Hip-Hop album of 2011–The Martyr by Immortal Technique. Politics, forgotten history, mental colonization, corporate greed, social upheaval, and even a guest appearance from Cornell West–it's all there and available for free download from the artist himself:

1. Burn This

2. The Martyr produced by Southpaw

3. Angels & Demons (feat. dead prez & Bazaar Royale) produced by Dj GreenLantern

4. Rich Man's World (1%) produced by Shuko

5. Toast to the Dead produced by J.Dilla (with Cuts by Dj GreenLantern)

6. Eyes in the Sky (feat. Mojo of Dujeous) produced by Southpaw

7. Goonies (feat. Diabolic, Swave Sevah & Gomez) produced by Southpaw

8. Natural Beauty (feat. Mela Machinko) produced by Slimfass

9. Running Nowhere – interlude produced by Southpaw

10. Civil War (feat. Killer Mike, Brother Ali & Chuck D) produced by Southpaw

11. Mark of The Beast (feat. Akir & Beast 1333) with cuts by DJDPONE produced by The Molemen

12. Black Vikings (feat. StylesP, Vinnie Paz & Poison Pen) produced by Southpaw

13. Conquerors (with Dr. John Henrik Clarke) produced by Engineer

14. Young Lords (feat. Joell Ortiz, Pumpkinhead, CF & Panama Alba) produced by Southpaw

15. Ultimas Palabras produced by Immortal Technique & Southpaw

16. Sign of the Times (feat. Cetan Wanbli, Lockjaw Nakai & Cornel West) Produced by Southpaw

Official Track listing.

Burn it for everyone you know.

I will see you all on the other side.




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