I'm not sure when this compilation was released, but I'm thinking that likely it was '03. It's a short, but brave Ep featuring Northwest/Fresh Coast stars such as Vitamin D, Silas Blak, Kylea, H-Bomb of Sinsemilla, Castro and Specs One, on a few crew cuts; as well as as many instrumentals from Moka Only, E-Real Asim, Surge Spittable and Zachary Self. It's a gutsy little anti-war testament; as it examines the U.S. motives for engaging in war with the Middle East, and dares to point fingers in directions other than at the obvious motives (i.e. September 11th and the late (as of today) Osama Bin Laden). Just listen to Kylea's verse on the first track, "A Call To Arms" for an apt summation of this record's contents. If it had been widely distributed it probably would have caused quite a stir among all those of us blinded by pain, bigotry, patriotism and nationalism. But of course it didn't, since it was an unpopular view from an unpopular (at the time) corner of the hip hop map - and that's too bad in my opinion. It's dope on many levels, musically, lyrically, politically and consciously. Bottom line, we're all fam. Don't let any of the powers that be tell you diff'rent.