One of the biggest tracks of 2010 just got itself a music video. The video portrays a gruesome interpretation of America’s history, covering events like the Civil War to the Great Depression and World War II. I don’t know the story behind Illmerica the song, but the video would suggest that it’s a tribute to the violent spirit of the USA. Which do you prefer, the video or the song?
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