The War On Drugs 'Lost In The Dream' out March 2014 on Secretly Canadian.
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The War On Drugs
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The War On Drugs "Red Eyes" from 'Lost In The Dream' out March 2014 on Secretly Canadian
To liberalise or prohibit, that is the question.
Prohibitionists argue that legalising anything increases its consumption. The world has enough of a problem with legal drugs like alcohol and tobacco, so why add to the problem by legalising cannabis, cocaine and heroin?
The liberalisers say prohibition doesn’t work. By declaring certain drugs illegal we haven’t reduced consumption or solved any problem. Instead we’ve created an epidemic of crime, illness, failed states and money laundering.
Who's right and who's wrong?
Russell Brand, Richard Branson, Julian Assange, Bernard Kouchner, Louise Arbour, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, former President of Brazil Fernando Cardoso, former President of Mexico and Member of the Club de Madrid Vicente Fox were among the speakers that took part in this debate in London in March 2012, with some speakers on stage and others beamed in from all over the World via Google+ Hangouts.
The War On Drugs
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'Murmur' single out now 2015 on !K7
This song really struck a chord with us when it was released last year - upon first listen it has a real classic rock feel to it but below the surface is a psychadelic introspective quality that permeates the whole album. The song has a feeling of relentless motion and is laden with intricate hooks and details, but when you dissect it it's actually beautifully simple, which made adapting it a deeply rewarding process for us.
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