Mobilize (Anti-Flag album)

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This article is about a music album. For a larger concept, see Mobilization.
Mobilize
Studio album by Anti-Flag
Released February 19, 2002
Recorded September 2001 – December 1, 2001
Genre Punk rock
Length 54:21
Label A-F
Anti-Flag chronology
Underground Network
(2001)
Mobilize
(2002)
BYO Split Series, Vol. 4
(2002)
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Mobilize is an album by punk rock band Anti-Flag. It contains eight new studio tracks, and eight live songs.

The album's live tracks were recorded at the Mr. Roboto Project, a cooperatively-organized and volunteer-run DIY venue in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania (just outside Pittsburgh's city limits).

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Justin Sane except as noted.

No. Title Length
1. "911 for Peace"   3:46
2. "Mumia's Song" (Justin Sane, Chris #2) 2:26
3. "What's the Difference?"   2:01
4. "We Want to Be Free"   1:38
5. "N.B.C. (No Blood Thirsty Corporations)" (Justin Sane, Pat Thetic) 2:14
6. "Right to Choose" (Chris #2) 2:59
7. "We Don't Need It!"   3:19
8. "Anatomy of Your Enemy" (Anti-Flag) 3:04
Live Songs
No. Title Length
1. "Underground Network (Live)"   3:32
2. "Tearing Everyone Down (Live)"   2:44
3. "Bring Out Your Dead (Live)"   3:02
4. "A New Kind of Army (Live)"   3:46
5. "Their System Doesn't Work for You (Live)"   2:25
6. "Free Nation (Live)"   2:56
7. "Spaz's House Destruction Party (Live)"   3:10
8. "Die for the Government (Live)"   31:22

(The first pressing contained a bonus compilation disc showcasing A-F records bands from 1998-2002.)

Personnel[edit]

  • Justin Sane - Guitar & Lead Vocals
  • Chris Head - Guitar & Vocals
  • Chris #2 - Bass & Lead Vocals
  • Pat Thetic - Drums
  • Spaz - Vocals on "Spaz's House Destruction Party"; he also appears after "Die For Your Government" with the band where he sings "Coz I Got High" and "Coz Pat Got High"