A trio of US soldiers who were stationed in Iraq have recorded a rap album about their experiences in the Middle East.
LIVE FROM IRAQ, recorded by NEAL SAUNDERS, TERRANCE STAVES and RONIN CLAY at a makeshift studio in Baghdad, features angry tracks about the troops' faulty equipment and how difficult it was to keep the horrors of war away from their families back home.
The three soldiers have since returned home.23/06/2005 02:45
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