Song of the Week: Who Wants A Revolution Anyway?

We reviewed “When It All Comes Down,” the new Last Conspirators EP last week, but it’s still echoing around in our ears, so we’re pleased as punch to be able to offer you a free download, for a limited time, of one of its tracks, “Who Wants A Revolution Anyway.”

Like it? Do ya? Really? Then leave a comment below…on Monday, we’ll pick a name at random to receive a free copy of the EP. (Trust me, it’s soooo worth it.) Congratulations, Doug!


10 Responses to “Song of the Week: Who Wants A Revolution Anyway?”

  1. Kathy says:

    Hey there folks at! and that way cute dog who always has something cool to say ;-)

    Awesome you are going to give away the EP – it would be cool to win it!

    Rock on!

    Best – Kathy ;-)

  2. I want a revolution lead by Tim Livingston! One of the last true old school punk rockers left in Albany.

    Rock on TLC!!!

  3. Doug Nash says:

    It’s different. It rocks. I like it.

  4. Alan G. says:

    Not just a great band, but good friends of mine as well. Can’t wait to hear it!

  5. Roger Livingston says:

    Tim’s my cousin, I have to like it don’t I? :-)

  6. Melissa Young says:

    Love it!

  7. Graceful J says:

    Cool, it’d be great to win some good new local music!

  8. LP says:

    Great tune……original, rockin’, idetifiable, rootsy, propelled by Al !!! more please.

  9. Gus says:

    The Last Conspirators consistently tear the stage with their brand of raw, fist in the air rock n roll that this town needs. Tim has soul. Tim has presence. Tim makes you believe. I have to admit, I’ve taken some of his moves. Don’t forget the rest of the band… You just can’t. Hail to lasting rock n roll. Hail The Last Conspirators.

  10. Bill D. says:

    One of my faves from the disc! Great pick for song of the week! Should be song of the month!

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