The Correction Playlist

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By 2016, the United Kingdom is a subsidiary of a bankrupt European Union and its economy is wrecked. Every section of the British population despises and hates the nation’s rulers.

A group of entrepreneurs plans an insurrection.

But how can a disarmed people beat heavily armed cops?

And if they do that, how can they stop European Union forces reinstalling their hated rulers?

And if they do regain their freedom, how can they govern themselves?      

Cover ImageLiberty Leading the People, Eugène Delacroix, The Louvre

Chapter 1:
- The French Imperial Guard advances at Waterloo. Pas de Charge, unknown
- The Lancaster pilot’s song after his corkscrew manoever. A Life on the Ocean Wave, Thurl Ravenscroft

Chapter 4: 
- This is our land! Edward Elgar, Land of Hope and Glory, BBC Proms
- Screw the government. V for Vendetta.

Chapter 5: TINA prepares for battle. The All Blacks’ Haka Dance

Chapter 9: The People’s bulldozer attack. We Will Rock You, Queen

Chapter 10:
- Outing police spies. Invasion of the Body Snatchers scream, Donald Sutherland
- The Crowd makes its first advance. Jerusalemunknown
- The Crowd celebrates its first victory. Land of Hope and Glory
- The Crowd advances. The Battle Hymn of the Republic, Charles Gehardt
- Tania Three defies her tormenters. Amazing Grace, Judy Collins
- Tania’s fellow Scots lament her martyrdom. Sergeant MacKenzie, We Were Soldiers
- The Army comes. The British Grenadiers, unknown
- The Crowd’s victory cry. Fanfare for the Common Man, Northumberland Brass

Chapter 11: Fleur embraces George . The Fisherman and the Syren, Frederic Leighton.

Chapter 12: Alice’s song. We Are the Champions, Queen

Chapter 15: 
- Olympia triggers Jay’s Preference Shift. Messiah, For unto us a child is born (LSO)
- Jay and Lucia at the Globe Theatre: My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun

Chapter 16: Julia’s ringtone. Morning Train, Sheena Easton