Blaqart Radio Retribution Episode 7 Chris of The Snips and Blaqart’s Favorite Albums of 2012








On this episode I list my favorite albums of 2012 and have random conversation with Chris of The Snips.

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My favorite albums of 2012:

The Quakes – Planet Obscure – January 2012 Buy
Foxy Shazam – The Church of Rock and Roll – January 24, 2012 Buy
Therapy? – A Brief Crack Of Light – February 14, 2012 Buy
Anti-Flag – The General Strike – March 20, 2012 Buy
The Shins – Port Of Morrow March 20, 2012 Buy
Imperial State Electric – Pop War – March 2012 Buy
MXPX – Plans within Plans – April 3, 2012 Buy
Matt Skiba and The Sekrets – Babylon – April 30th 2012 Buy
Rise To Remain – City Of Vultures – June 5 2012 Buy
Matt Toka – Matt Toka – June 08, 2012 Buy
The Shell Corporation – Time & Pressure EP – June 5, 2012 Buy
The Agonist – Prisoners – June 5, 2012 Buy
Whitechapel – Whitechapel – June 19, 2012 Buy
The Ghost Inside – Get What You Give – June 19, 2012 Buy
Gojira – L’Enfant Sauvage – June 26, 2012 Buy
Christian Martucci – Riding The Blinds – June 29, 2012 Buy
Calabrese – Dayglo Necros July 1, 2012 Buy
Reel Big Fish Candy Coated Fury – July 31, 2012 Buy
Upbeat Allstars – Wake Up – August 6 2012 Buy
In This Moment – Blood – August 14, 2012 Buy
The Snips – Highs Of Low – August 14, 2012 Buy
Billy Talent – Dead Silence – September 4, 2012 Buy
NOFX – Self-Entitled – September 11, 2012 Buy
The Casualties – Restistance – September 25th, 2012 Buy
The Insurgence – Elimi-Nation – October 2, 2012 Buy
Hostage Calm – Please Remain Calm – October 9, 2012 Buy
Doomed To Obscurity – Pipe Bomb – October 2012 Buy
River Jumpers – Chapters – October 12 2012 Buy
Fear – The Fear Record – Nov 6, 2012 Buy
Saint Alvia – Static Psalms – December, 2012 Buy

Blaqart Radio Retribution Episode 4 With Lee Ving Of Fear

Lee Ving of Fear Calls in and talks us through each track on the new album from Fear called The Fear Record, released via The End Records, a ground-breaking 2012 re-recording of the landmark debut 1982 album The Record. I also take a break from the album preview and interview to play songs from:

Doomed To Obscurity – One More War


The Casualties – Warriors On The Road


Smoking Popes – Rubella


The Quakes – Festa Do Estica E Puxa


Calabrese – The Dead Don’t Rise


No Trigger – Insider (Executive/Amputee)


NOFX – Cell Out


River Jumpers – Chapters


Sister Sin – In It For Life


Fear – No More Nothing


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The Casualties guitarist Jake Kolatis Has A Message For People Who Don’t Recycle


photo taken by Jake Carlsen

Another interview done from the Vans Warped Tour. One of the last after 22 interviews I’m not really on my game here, but maybe SideOneDummy will set me up with a phone interview sometime and I can redo this. Anyway,we talk about the New Album, SideOneDummy Records, Punk Community, Casualties Family/Army, Mankind’s Greed, Floating Garbage Dumps, Recycling, Statism, War, I say they are bringing troops out of Afghanistan but I mean Iraq…they are sending troops to Afghanistan (it was a long day), Taking control of Alcoholism, Jake talks about people sedated on prescription meds and I don’t even reply like a dumbass (I’m not even on prescription meds)

David Gutierrez
Natural News
May 2, 2008

A mass of plastic debris twice the size of Texas is still growing in the Pacific Ocean, fueled primarily by plastic trash generated on the land. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch consists of 3.5 million tons of trash, 80 percent of it plastic, floating in a rarely-traveled portion of the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and San Francisco.

“With the winds blowing in and the currents in the gyre going circular, it’s the perfect environment for trapping,” said Marcus Eriksen, director of research and education at the Algalita Marine Research Foundation in Long Beach, Calif. “There’s nothing we can do about it now, except do no more harm.”

According to Chris Parry, public education program manager for the California Coastal Commission in San Francisco, the garbage patch has been growing tenfold every decade since the 1950s. This corresponds with an equivalent increase in worldwide ocean debris.

The debris is highly dangerous to ocean life. Birds and marine animals may injure themselves by swallowing hard, indigestible shards of plastic. Animals like sea turtles, which mistake plastic bags for jellyfish, may also eat plastic that is less immediately harmful but just as fatal in the long term.

“These animals die because the plastic eventually fills their stomachs,” said Warner Chabot, vice president of the Ocean Conservancy. “It doesn’t pass, and they literally starve to death.”

Plastic, which is synthesized from petroleum, can persist for decades before beginning to degrade, making it nearly impossible to get rid of once it is produced.

Parry and Chabot agree that the best way to keep the Great Pacific Garbage Patch from growing is to reduce production of plastic waste and use fewer plastic products at the consumer level as well.

“What we can do is ban plastic fast food packaging,” Chabot said, “or require the substitution of biodegradable materials, increase recycling programs and improve enforcement of litter laws.”

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