Most Propagandhi albums end with something that brings a tear to my eye. Whether it's Less Talk, More Rock's "Refusing to be a Man" or Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes's "Purina Hall of Fame," they're songs that just hit me in the gut. Propagandhi's latest album ends with the song "Adventures in Zoochosis." Similar to "Purina," which started with the sounds of someone literally beating the life out of a pig, "Zoochosis" starts with the sounds of children, overlayed with some of Donald Trump's most despicable phrases.
"Zoochosis," mind you, is the term for the repetitive and self-damaging behavior of captive animals. Relating this to the modern political climate, you get a song of immense defeat, with a trickle of hope at the end.