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“Our First 100 Days” Ends with Phosphorescent Covering Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land”

The Anti-Donald Trump Project Comes to a Close

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"Our First 100 Days" is an anti-President Donald Trump project. The good folks behind the "30 Days, 30 Songs" anti-Trump campaign during the election teamed up with Secretly Group for "Our First 100 Days." They have been releasing a new song every day during the first 100 days of Trump's presidency. Those 100 days ended on Saturday and the final "Our First 100 Days" addition was from Phosphorescent, who contributed a cover of Woody Guthrie's much-covered classic "This Land Is Your Land." Listen below.

"Our First 100 Days" launched on inauguration day with a new Angel Olsen song, "Fly on Your Wall." Since then there have been songs by PWR BTTM ("Vacation"), Animal Collective's Avey Tare ("Visit the Dojo," a demo from his Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks project), Jason Molina (the previously unreleased "Royko"), Women ("Group Transport Hall (Alternate Version)"), Suuns ("Native Tongue"), Tilman Robinson and Luke Howard ("Requiem for 2016"), Meat Wave ("Dogs At Night"), S. Carey ("Come to Me"), Entrance ("Not Gonna Say Your Name (A Cappella Mix)"), Joan of Arc ("Vampire E.R."), Peter Silberman of The Antlers (covering The Flaming Lips' "Feeling Yourself Disintegrate"), Toro Y Moi ("Omaha"), Bill Fay ("Shame"), Helado Negro ("Levantar Las Piernas (2012 Demo)"), Bowerbirds ("Sweet Hereafter"), Califone ("Comedy"), Ryley Walker ("The Great & Undecided (Alt Version)"), Hurray For the Riff Raff ("Everybody Knows"), Jessica Lea Mayfield ("The World Won't Stop (Demo)"), Tim Heidecker ("Trump Talkin' Nukes"), Adam Torres ("Dreamers in America"), Cross Record ("Sharpness"), Tara Jane O'Neil ("Ballad of El Goodo"), The Range ("Retune (Redone)"), DRINKS ("I Am a Miserable Pig"), A Place to Bury Strangers ("Everyone's the Same"), Surfer Blood ("Bacon Frying"), Mind Over Mirrors ("Sky Colorer"), Dntel feat. Benoit Pioulard ("Fringes of Focus"), Will Johnson ("All Our Deeds (Sure Find Their Ways)"), Speedy Ortiz ("In My Way"), Here We Go Magic ("D"), EMA ("Stand With You (Song for Ghostship)"), Cherry Glazerr ("Hot Cheetos and Wine"), Flock of Dimes (the solo project of Wye Oak frontwoman Jenn Wasner, "Potential"), Wild Nothing ("Begin Again"), Julien Baker ("Good News (Piano Version)"), Twin Peaks with Juan Wauters ("Back Door"), Marissa Nadler ("Rosemary"), Jens Lekman ("Your Laugh"), The Mountain Goats ("Etruscans"), Strand of Oaks ("I Know YOU know You're Evil"), Minus the Bear ("Dinosaur"), Protomartyr ("Sweeney Ashtray"), Mitski (who covered One Direction's "Fireproof"), Clap Your Hands Say Yeah ("Visiting Hours (Alternate Version)"), Briana Marela (a cover of Leonard Cohen's "This Is a War"), Glen Hansard ("Vigilante Man"), Julianna Barwick ("Wade In"), Bully ("Right"), Okkervil River ("Denomination Blues"), Steve Gunn ("Shrunken Heads"), Foxygen's Jonathan Rado ("Surgeonman"), How to Dress Well (a cover of Sheryl Crow's 1995 hit "Strong Enough" but re-titled as "Strong Enuff"), Beach Fossils ("Silver Tongue"), Kevin Morby ("Bag of Rats"), David Bazan (a cover of Protomartyr's "The Devil in His Youth"), Jay Som ("Turn the Other Cheek"), Waxahatchee (a demo version of "Silver"), and others.

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