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Atheist Peace
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Written by: Greg Graffin
Released in: 2004
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Maybe it’s too late for intellectual debate,
But a residue of confusion remains.
Changing with the times and developmentally tortured minds
Are the average citizen’s sources of pain.

"Tell me what we’re fighting for."
I don’t remember anymore,
Only temporary reprieve,
And the world might cease
If we fail to tame the beast.
From the faith that you release
Comes an atheist peace.

Political forces rent
Bitter cold winds of discontent
And the modern age emerged triumphantly.
But now it seems we've stalled
And it’s time to de-evolve
And relive the dark chapters of history.

"Tell me what we’re fighting for."
No progress ever came from war,
Only a false sense of increase,
And the world won’t wait
For the truth upon a plate,
But we’re ready now to feast on an atheist peace.

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Version Length Release Catalog ID Country Format Year
Album version
1:57 The Empire Strikes First 86694-1CRS (CLEAR/RED) United States 12" 2015
1:57 The Empire Strikes First 86694-1 United States 12" 2010
1:57 The Empire Strikes First Russia CD 2007
1:57 The Empire Strikes First 86694-1 United States 12" 2004
1:57 The Empire Strikes First 6694-1 Europe 12" 2004
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30 Years Live United States DL 2010
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04/06/2010 at 13:58
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05/04/2007 at 18:39
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08/13/2005 at 18:12
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03/28/2005 at 08:47
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12/27/2004 at 03:07
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12/15/2004 at 23:47
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11/22/2004 at 01:29
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11/18/2004 at 17:46
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11/06/2004 at 06:37
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10/30/2004 at 05:57
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10/29/2004 at 23:51
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10/26/2004 at 19:02
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