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Article:Civil Rites
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''Civil Rites'' is also more forcefully evangelical than REZ' two prior releases. The band returns to issues of importance to its younger [[High school|high-school]]-aged audience, like [[casual sex]] and its emotional aftermath (song "Players"), family turmoil ("In My Room"), and drug addiction--specifically [[crack cocaine]] ("Little Jeanie"). [[Prostitution]] and drug use ("Comatose"), the remaining cultural aftereffects of [[slavery]] ("Lincoln's Train"), and harsh criticism of the [[military-industrial complex]] ("Death Machine")--a frequent, ongoing REZ theme--are topics dealt with as well. On a brighter note, however, the upbeat "Hotfootin'" pays tribute to the tireless work of street [[preacher]]s.
 
''Civil Rites'' is also more forcefully evangelical than REZ' two prior releases. The band returns to issues of importance to its younger [[High school|high-school]]-aged audience, like [[casual sex]] and its emotional aftermath (song "Players"), family turmoil ("In My Room"), and drug addiction--specifically [[crack cocaine]] ("Little Jeanie"). [[Prostitution]] and drug use ("Comatose"), the remaining cultural aftereffects of [[slavery]] ("Lincoln's Train"), and harsh criticism of the [[military-industrial complex]] ("Death Machine")--a frequent, ongoing REZ theme--are topics dealt with as well. On a brighter note, however, the upbeat "Hotfootin'" pays tribute to the tireless work of street [[preacher]]s.
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