If you've come here to grab the tracks, please take some time to learn about the cause.
The Rage Against the Machine video for "Freedom," is a good place to start:

This is a 60 Minutes piece on Leonard Peltier from correspondent Steve Kroft:

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Michael Apted's documentary Incident at Oglala, produced and narrated by Robert Redford, provided much of the footage for the Rage Against the Machine video:

Incident at Oglala: The Leonard Peltier Story is available on Amazon.

The Album

Please enjoy and take ACTION

A message from Leonard Peltier recorded in 1994, 

18 Greetings from Leonard Peltier by FreePeltierNow


"Leonard Peltier In a Cage" - The Goats
"Stick It Out" - New Bomb Turks
"Wake Up (Live)" - Rage Against the Machine
"Land of the Free Disease" - Corrosion of Conformity
"I Saw it Move" - Chavez
"If Only (demo)" - Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age)
"Long Ago" - Beaver Chef
"I Can Still Feed Myself Thanks" - Superchunk
"Just a Patsy" - Helmet
"Atomic Garden" - Bad Religion
"Punishment" - Silica Gel
"Spirits" - Giant Sand
"¿Do The Digs Dug?" - The Goats
"Clean Slate (Live)" - Quicksand
"(R)Evolution Time" - Beastie Boys
"Scumbag" - Biohazard
"Redman" - Brother Sun
"Political Song for Michael Jackson to Sing (Live)" - Mike Watt
"The Punchline" - Zack De La Rocha and Corrosion of Conformity
"Greetings from Leonard Peltier" - Leonard Peltier

 Download (200MB .zip)

Password = freepeltier

or here as one 200MB File

http://d01.megashares.com/dl/VXaxTmO/Exiled in the Land of the Free - A Benef.zip

Alternatively Download in two parts same password as above for each:

or Download two zip files here

 About this Project

After being an a&r assistant at Sony Music (primarily Columbia Records), I saw a lot of bands and projects come & go. As I was recently cleaning up my own archives I rediscovered the files from a Leonard Peltier benefit that some of the guys from C.O.C. had been working on back in '94. While 16 years have passed the cause and material are still very poignant.

Please support these artists who were brave enough to make their support public and take action.