We close our program today with a band called Fatima Spar and the Freedom Fries.
The band's based in Vienna.
You probably remember how back in 2003 some US restaurants started calling french fries -- freedom fries.
That's after the French government refused to support the United States invasion of Iraq.
Band members liked the name, but not the US policy.
MOOSBRUGGER: "There's some sarcasm in it, but it's also a very sad and powerful fact that um, how do you say in English, francophobish? A very anti-France campaign."
That's the Freedom Fries bass player Philipp Moosbrugger.
Fatima Spar is the singer.
SPAR: "Sometimes we are a political band, so it's a part of what we are doing. I don't think we can change people's minds, but we can say what we think."
In the last days of the Bush administration, you don't hear the freedom fries label much anymore.
It's almost a relic of the run up to the Iraq war.
But Moosbrugger says the band is sticking with its name.
MOSSBRUGGER: "It's some kind of reminder. You could have the same story like with the freedom fries you could have it with the hot dog. It was the frankfurter before they changed it during the first World War. So we will not change our name because of the politics. It's just a reminder."
The album is called "Trust."