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Music that Inspires: Compassion for Animals Playlist

Music that Inspires: Compassion for Animals Playlist

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Music in Defense of Animals, a New Playlist on Spotify

The newly created “Compassion for Animals” playlist on Spotify brings together more than 250 songs that address topics related to animal Advocacy, Animal Rights and Liberation, and Vegan lifestyle.

Music that Inspires: Compassion for Animals, a New Playlist on Spotify

The phrase “If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian” has become one of the most famous quotes among vegetarians and vegans since 2009. The sentence was said by British composer Paul McCartney in the documentary “Glass Walls” or “Glass Walls,” which presents the reality of animals exploited for consumption.

A “Compassion for Animals” Playlist on Spotify containing more than 250 music brings from compositions of well-known bands and musicians to artists from a more alternative and underground scene, together in a compilation

The intention behind this playlist is to motivate people to reflect on how animals are objectified and reduced the consumption of animal products. In one way, the musicians are bringing their art as a tool to awaken people’s hearts to a more compassionate way of living, through subtle and empathetic activism.

Listen to Compassion for Animals Playlist

The newly created “Compassion for Animals” playlist on Spotify brings together more than 250 songs that address topics related to animal Advocacy, Animal Rights and Liberation, and Vegan lifestyle. Although much of the music is from subgenres of rock, there are also compositions of other styles or that move through different genres – from Club 8 to Napalm Death, from Cholera to Nina Hagen, from Diegojah to Earth Crisis, from Linda McCartney to Propagandhi and from Los Fastidios to Suvereno, to name a few examples.

Entitled “Music in Defense of Animals,” the playlist on Spotify brings musical pieces from well-known bands and musicians, as of artists from a more alternative and underground scenario.

Many of the music criticizes anthropocentrism, speciesism, in short, use of animals for consumption purposes, besides the disregard supported by other aspects of objectification and disregard for non-human lives.

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Many of the music, countless, really, have already crossed generations, were launched not only with the objective of entertaining but of calling for changes that allow us to reflect on our relationship with animals and the importance of recognizing them as Non-Human persons, with rights. Animals should not be exploited and killed just because we consider them lesser beings.

It has been smooth and more comfortable for humans to reduce and to use all animals as products, food, entertainment, labor or any other culturally “legitimate” purpose.

Some songs on the Compassion for Animals playlist on Spotify have become unofficial anthems of the animal rights movement in recent decades – like “Murder” by Extreme Noise Terror; “Meat Means Murder,” by Conflict; and “Meat is Murder,” by The Smiths.

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