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'''Energy Warning''' is track number 11 on the [[Geogaddi]] album.  The bulk of the track is a sample of an 1979 public information advert on the topic of energy conservation by the North American youth organisation, 4-H.
 
'''Energy Warning''' is track number 11 on the [[Geogaddi]] album.  The bulk of the track is a sample of an 1979 public information advert on the topic of energy conservation by the North American youth organisation, 4-H.
  
''Energy is becoming one of our countrys greatest concerns, if we don't start working on energy conservation there may not be enough energy to go around by the time i'm a parent. We're going to learn about how we can solve some of our problems through alternative energy sources. You can learn more about energy too - call your county cooperative extension service for more information. Conserving energy is everyones responsibility. Call 4-H to find out how you can do your part.''
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''Energy is becoming one of our countries greatest concerns, if we don't start working on energy conservation there may not be enough energy to go around by the time i'm a parent. We're going to learn about how we can solve some of our problems through alternative energy sources. You can learn more about energy too - call your county cooperative extension service for more information. Conserving energy is everyones responsibility. Call 4-H to find out how you can do your part.''
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 01:57, 10 June 2007

Energy Warning
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Appears on Geogaddi


Energy Warning is track number 11 on the Geogaddi album. The bulk of the track is a sample of an 1979 public information advert on the topic of energy conservation by the North American youth organisation, 4-H.

Energy is becoming one of our countries greatest concerns, if we don't start working on energy conservation there may not be enough energy to go around by the time i'm a parent. We're going to learn about how we can solve some of our problems through alternative energy sources. You can learn more about energy too - call your county cooperative extension service for more information. Conserving energy is everyones responsibility. Call 4-H to find out how you can do your part.

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