Blame It On Bush writers- The Voters - Interview/Epk 1





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Published on Aug 25, 2012

Liberals may control the media but we are taking BACK THE MUSIC!!!

Lee Levin and Cris Zalles of the band The Voters talk about their music and beliefs.
The Voters are an independent group of professional musicians that literally put aside their jobs in January of 2012 and committed to writing, recording and producing an album that reflected their beliefs.
At a critical time in our country's history, they perfected a new way of getting through the media noise and misinformation. They based their songs on thorough research and created the album Electile Disfunction.
Beyond their single Blame It On Bush, already a youtube sensation, the album is filled with witty songs equally charged with razor sharp commentary on the current political issues of the 2012 presidential election.
The Voters posses the unique ability to adapt awkward topics like politics and other social commentary into fresh, direct and interesting original compositions.
Two songs step out of the political realm and into the patriotic. Wife Of A Soldier is a country song that realizes that for every married hero in our military, there's another one at home filling up the void. And then there is Shining City Upon A Hill. A journey into the mind of every US soldier that at some point made that decision and said, "America, tell me when and I will defend you".

A great album from the first note to the last. Lets support these guys and with that, a new conservative music revolution.

Available on:
iTunes - http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/elec...
The Voters website - http://www.thevotersmusic.com/#!the-v...
Amazon.com - http://www.amazon.com/Electile-Dysfun...

Physical CD available only at http://www.thevotersmusic.com/#!the-v...

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