The extreme brevity of this song makes its ten-second opening guitar riff a significant lead-in. It's also a piece of misdirection, sounding catchier and more pop-friendly than the song turns out to be. Once we get vox, immediately followed by the rhythm section, it's obvious we're not in pop territory: the singing is too emphatic, the rhythm too martial, and the guitar too sporadic. Moreover, unlike the other sub-one minute pieces, there's really no structure--no chorus, no tempo changes, no false endings--after the opening. The post-intro song is one unchanging, (relatively) long verse, aside from some background vocals and occasional increased volume in the singing. Once the catchy riff leaves the scene, it sounds like one long, uninterrupted rant, driven by a quickly paced rhythm and guitar chords punctuating the song every couple seconds. This impression is confirmed by the lyrics, which, though largely indecipherable, read like one side of a meandering conversation.