Resisting Tyrannical Government (2:25)

Cover of Less Talk, More Rock

From Less Talk, More Rock and 2 other releases

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why don't we all strap bombs to our chests and ride our bikes to the next g-7 picnic? it seems easier with every clock tick. but whose will would that represent? mine? yours? the rank-and-file's? or better yet: the government's? but i don't want to catalyze or synthesize the second final solution. i don't want to be the steve smith of the revolution. do you see the analogy? we're the oilers. the world bank- the flames! and just 2 minutes remain in the 7th game of the best of 7 series! yeah, jesus saves! gretzky scores! the workers slave. the rich get more. one wrong move and we risk the cup. so play the man, not the puck. why don't we plant a mechanic virus and erase the memory of the machines that maintain this capitalist dynasty? and yes, i recognize the irony that the very system i oppose affords me the luxury of biting the hand that feeds. but that's exactly why priviledged fucks like me should feel obliged to whine and kick and scream- until everyone has everything they need.

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  • FuckinEchoes

    play the man, not the puck

    27 Feb 11:48pm Reply
  • mrpwase

    Probably actually the best song ever.

    26 Apr 2014 Reply
  • tloring80

    This song got them into a bit of trouble in the 90s, seems people had a problem with the "lets all strap bombs to our chest and ride our bikes to the next G7 picnick"

    13 Oct 2011 Reply
  • BeetsAndBears


    13 Oct 2010 Reply
  • benicillin1

    im pretty sure this isn't the version from this CD, its the one from the quantity is #1 release. either way i love it.

    28 Jun 2009 Reply
  • mattyo44


    28 Apr 2009 Reply
  • axos

    Where Quantity Is Job No.1

    15 Jul 2008 Reply
  • adrian55

    what is this version from?

    12 May 2008 Reply

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