A rare acoustic live performance of the norwegian band.
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HAUTEVILLE-HOUSE, October 18, 1862.You are right, sir, when you tell me that Les Miserables is written for all nations. I do not know whether it will be read by all, but I wrote it for all. It is addressed to England as well as to Spain, to Italy as well as to France, to Germany as well as to Ireland, to Republics which have slaves as well as to Empires which have serfs. Social problems overstep frontiers. The sores of the human race, those great sores which cover the globe, do not halt at the red or blue lines traced upon the map. In every place where man is ignorant and despairing, in every place where woman is sold for bread, wherever the child suffers for lack of the book which should instruct him and of the hearth which should warm him, the book of Les Miserables knocks at the door and says: "Open to me, I come for you."
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02 - Hugh Masekela - Stimela (The Coal Train).mp3
03 - Youssou N'dour & Neneh Cherry - 7 Seconds (New Old Mix).mp3
04 - Linton Kwesi Johnson - Song Of Blood.mp3
05 - Dub Incorporation - Meme Si.mp3
06 - Michael Franti & Spearhead - Crazy, Crazy, Crazy.mp3
07 - Filipe Mukenga - Humbiumbi.mp3
08 - Joan Baez - La Llorona (The Weeping Woman).mp3
09 - Charlie Musselwhite - Chan Chan (Charlie's Blues).mp3
10 - Telmari Y Kumar - Rezo.mp3
11 - Bob Marley & The Wailers - Rebel Music (3 O'clock Roadblock).mp3
12 - Mano Negra - Sueno De Solentiname.mp3
13 - Gil Scott Herron - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.mp3
14 - Dj Krush Feat. Kan - Mosa (Remix).mp3
15 - Keny Arkana - Cinquieme Soleil.mp3