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5."Make War" (Difﬁcult Doctrine lived out)
Tedashii is known for being the power-puncher of the label. His songs are typically bigger, louder and rowdier than his Reach compadres. And "Make War" was no different. In this track, T-dot brilliantly displays a difﬁcult doctrine to live out: killing sin. In no previous time had war on the inner man been so obvious or seemed so necessary. The desperate plea, punctuated by a powerful verse from Flame, is still a classic in Tedashii's catalog.