The chief weapon against the teaching of Henry George was that which is always used against irrefutable and self-evident truths. This method, which is still being applied in relation to George, was that of hushing up.
Side One Side Too
Progress and Poverty Unownable
What Justice Looks Like The Greatest Scam in the World
Biosphere Distress The Beast from Jekyll Island
Kites on a Carousel It's Not Right
The Whistleblowers Lawless Law
Getting It Now The Rent is Due
See the Cat A Greater Something
A Day In The Strife Energy is Everywhere
Gulf Stream Quit Stoning Our Romance
Sunship The World Turned Upside Down
Cover picture (and above obscured) by Robert Clancy, combined with doodles by Staneb
Front Cover design by Keith Lillis and Staneb. Web design: Keith Lillis
Particular thanks to Matt Hall and Keith Lillis
Musician listings on track pages
We are the Natural Energy Band, and we present our first album. There’s certainly advantages to a website over an LP cover, so do proceed to Sleeve Notes because we’ve got some stuff to say.
To those who, seeing the vice and misery that spring from the unequal distribution of wealth and privilege, feel the possibility of a higher social state and would strive for its attainment.
Henry George, Progress and Poverty, 1879