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Performer: Zero Tolerance
Title: We're The Straight Edge Police
Style: Hardcore
Year 2004
Country Belgium
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 527
MP3 size: 1806 mb
FLAC size: 1211 mb
WMA size: 1772 mb
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Zero Tolerance - We're The Straight Edge Police download album


Artist: No Tolerance Album: BOSTON STRAIGHT EDGE Year: 2009 Genre: Straight Edge. I am the judge, I am the jury, I am the one that judges you guilty. Tell me you’re right, tell me im wrong. Slurring words comes off so strong Don’t talk to me, I talk to you.

What we are witnessing, thanks in large part to zero tolerance policies that were intended to make schools safer by discouraging the use of actual drugs an. .

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They're not going to remand m. I was still unaware of exactly how mad things had gone in the political arena. The police were absolutel. ero-tolerance on anything. This is the TSG – Territorial Support Group. And they really don't give a shit. They were really proud of having a tough reputation. don't care about the admonishment of media or community leaders or anything like that. But for them, it's perfectly normal and they are part of a functioning society with morals, with codes.

Straight edge (sometimes abbreviated as sXe or signified by XXX or X) is a subculture originated from hardcore punk whose adherents refrain from using alcohol, tobacco and other recreational drugs, in reaction to the excesses of punk subculture. For some, this extends to refraining from engaging in promiscuous sex, following a vegetarian or vegan diet or not using caffeine or prescription drugs. The term straight edge was adopted from the 1981 song "Straight Edge" by the hardcore punk band Minor Threat.

What we are witnessing, thanks in large part to zero tolerance policies that were intended to make schools safer by discouraging the use of actual drugs and weapons by students, is the inhumane treatment of young people and the criminalization of childish behavior. Ninth grader Andrew Mikel is merely the latest in a long line of victims whose educations have been senselessly derailed by school administrators lacking in both common sense and compassion. School officials declared the hat out of bounds because the toy soldiers were carrying miniature guns. A 7-year-old New Jersey boy, described by school officials as a nice kid and a good student, was reported to the police and charged with possessing an imitation firearm after he brought a toy Nerf-style gun to school. The gun shoots soft ping pong-type balls.

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The traumatizing experience was due to zero-tolerance policies against graffiti, which her doodle was considered. Alexa Gonzalez was placed in handcuffs and marched out of school by police in front of her classmates and the staff of Junior High School 190 in Forest Hills, New York. They then took her across the street to the police precinct. Gonzalez described her arrest: They put the handcuffs on me, and I couldn’t believe i.In 2001, a straight-A student named Lindsay Brown was arrested for owning a kitchen knife. Brown, a high school senior, was known for being determined and took her grades seriously. This caused concern over whether the zero-tolerance policies were too strict. According to the school’s policy, Post should have turned the blade in immediately.

Straight Edge Lyrics. I'm a person just like you But I've got better things to do Than sit around and fuck my head Hang out with the living dead Snort white shit up my nose Pass out at the shows I don't even think about speed That's something I just don't need. I've got the straight edge  . The singer of Minor Threat, and the writer of this song, Ian MacKaye, often distanced himself from the straight edge movement, saying that he wrote the song about his own feelings and not to set up rules for others: I’m not saying, Don’t go to bars. I’m not saying, Don’t drink alcohol.

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Tracklist

A1 Conform To The Norm
A2 Toughguy's Disneyland
A3 In The Groove
A4 Out Of Reach
A5 The Only Way
A6 SxE-Police
B1 Conform To The Norm
B2 Toughguy's Disneyland
B3 In The Groove
B4 Out Of Reach
B5 The Only Way
B6 SxE-Police

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Studio 13, Loker
  • Mixed At – Studio 13, Loker

Credits

  • Mixed By, Recorded By – Michael Maes

Notes

Recorded 14th & 15th February 2004.

Same songs on both sides.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Zero Tolerance We're The Straight Edge Police ‎(CD) Not On Label none Belgium 2004