Infinite Livez on 'Occupy International' Compilation

Infinite Livez on 'Occupy International' Compilation

Our man Infinite Livez is included on a new free download compilation in cultural support of the worldwide Occupy This, That & The Other movement.

As you might expect, the comp has the slightly catchier title, "Occupy International" and as well as Inf (with the track "Magnetic Doo Doo") it features Dead Prez, Rage Against The Machine, Riddlore?, Sole and many other good and fine and upstanding people. Stick it to The Man, Occupy Your Living Room and download it right here, right now...



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