Don’t ever accuse the Sierra Club of being bad sports. After the West Virginia Coal Association released a series of the worst cellphone ringtone songs about coal ever recorded–I mean, as in the worst coal songs ever recorded since Thomas Edison pioneered the first coal-fired plant and phonograph in the late 19th century–the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign went beyond the call of duty to provide real video images of the horrific reality of mountaintop removal in West Virginia for the coal songs. Given the vast treasury of amazing coal ballads and reels–including the brilliant 2-CD volume Music of Coal produced recently by Lonesome Records and Publishing BMI, the West Virginia Coal Association should be banned from our cellular airways for life. Here’s the wonderful Sierra Club video: Coal was West Virginia: