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Who knew the anthem for slacktivism would be recorded all the way back in 1985?
I love this song!
Turning back the calendar to 1985...
Like other people have said, that is a sweet bass line
It's a dirty job...but someones gotta do it
MC Hammer's song "Pray" contains a sample of "We Care a Lot"
Agreed with the Killing Joke comment.
I WANNA DANCE!
I DON'T !! And I MEAN tHaT!!
that's one sick bass!
a cool blast from the past! angel dust is legendary!
Chuck always sounds like such a dope, but damn I love this song
listen to Killing Joke - Primitive, it's definitely influenced
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This is a Classic,Timeless,Forever Rock Song! I thought of it as I watched the Heros at the 911 disaster and played it
over and over. Awesome song! Thank you Faith No More. Keep on Keepin on Dudes.
killer track_but patton is better...just sayin
Best bass line ever, IMHO.
we care a lot!
sexy bass (2)
I love the use of this song in "Bio-Dome". Haha.
1987. Still sounds fresh to me.
I LOVE THIS BAND SO MUCH. these songs really get into my core.
One of the best songs ever penned.
Funny that all the "Similar Artists" listed with this are groups with Patton in it, like Bungle and Tomahawk. LOL
About the cabbage patch kids they never lie, about transformers cause' they're more than meets the eye, We care A lot!
Did anyone else find this because of Dirty Jobs?
this is fucking amazing, hope to see it live someday
We care a lot about Transformers cause there's more than meets the eye
The Killing Joke influence is really obvious in this one.
Hits the spot... kind of timeless quality to it... a great track!
version off of "We Care A Lot" >>>>> version off of "Introduce Yourself"
...about the wars we're fighting, gee that looks like fun! Mosely voice sounds strange, but he cracks me up!
It still is relevant even today.
...and its a dirty song but someones gotta to sing it yea!!!
Best song in the pre-Patton era. So much energy.
150 plays (41 listeners) WTFFFFFFFF
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