White Power!
They call me nazi an I am proud about
They call me racist and I shout it out loud
I am proud of my race, proud of my land
White brothers and sisters
Come and raise your hand

We are an 88 Rock 'n' Roll Band
We are an 88 Rock 'n' Roll Band
We are an 88 Rock 'n' Roll Band
and we play for the fallen for race and land

We are marching on the streets at night
Boots and braces we are ready to fight
Get out you scum rounding around
White aryans are saying no fun

White brothers wars no more
Here comes the RAcial HOly WAr
Our dream is a white revolution
White revolution is the only solution


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    General Commentwho won the war??? allies bitch
    kaplan3on February 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwho's country still supports Nazis and who's country still allows landsers music to be played. america and most of Europe.who's president during ww2 didn't allow the bombing of rail ways that lead to death camps, who'sb president turned away a boat of jewish refuges who almost all died in the gas chambers of Germany upon there return to Europe because he didn't want the American people to believe that he was sensitive to jews.... America the allies... landser at least sings there minds and makes there points known landser is a good band for what they sing about so leave your comments about what your under educated mind believes is the truth behind.
    barbwir3on August 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's horrible that anyone could like this stuff. It's complete bullshit.
    Opinionationon December 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHa ha, nah it's a cool song really, just have to see it from a certain unorthodox angle for some... few requisites only, the most important... well fuck it, i'll break it down to you, being white.
    Sorry, couldn't resist... had to say it love... will you ever forgive me?
    TheToughestBlokeon October 22, 2008   Link

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