The children of Reaganomics are all grown up now. Having survived two violent Bush regimes, those raised in the 80's and molded in the 90's are now strong enough and wise enough to revolt against the wicked oppressors on this Prison Planet. These children, who grew up lower middle class on the teachings of Marvel Comics as opposed to the New York Post, who have more faith in George Lucas' Force than they do the Holy Bible, are poised to strike. What brought them to this point? Could it be the broken homes? Faulty clinical evaluations? Is it the prescription medications or the illegal drugs, which have become one in the same? Or maybe it's the influence of Public Enemy, Paris, and the Dead Kennedys? Most likely it's a combination of them all mixed with a splash of American counter-culture by way of the Black Panthers, David Icke, and Abbie Hoffman. Emerging from this equation are two unforgiving lyricists who paint storyboards so vivid that the imagery rivals scenes from a Francis Ford Coppola screenplay. Stirring this pot is one producer with sonic landscapes plush enough to create the soundtrack to those images. Mix in current America, The Middle East, the war on terror, fear, paranoia, the war for oil, oppression, homelessness, depression, mind control, chemical warfare, sky rocketing taxes and global warming and what do you get? The Prison Planet that we are all serving life on. The prison planet where our only hope is The East Coast Avengers. Esoteric (of 7L & Esoteric, Army of the Pharaohs), trademarc, and DC the MIDI Alien combine as the East Coast Avengers, a trio of hip-hop rebels who have answered the call and take aim at Bill O'Reilly and the religious Right. Let no evildoing pundit, talk show host, or politician be safe in America any longer. 'Prison Planet' drops this fall on Brick Records.