Music to Revolt to: an RNC Playlist

This will probably be my last “real” post before the RNC is over with; work is starting to get a little too hectic, and since I work at a computer, the last thing I’m really inclined to do is spend more time posting stuff to “the tubes”. Sorry; it’s your entertainment and edification, or my sanity…

For something to keep you occupied, however, here are YouTube links to my “RNC Playlist”. Ten for the activists:

Rubber Bullets, 10 CC;

Dirty White Boy, Foreigner;

Kids in America, Kim Wilde;

Authority Song, John (Cougar) Mellencamp;

Freaks Come Out at Night, Whodini;

Fortunate Son (awesome nuclear footage edition) | Fortunate Son (non-nuclear edition), Creedence Clearwater Revival;

Everybody Wants to Rule the World, Tears for Fears;

That Smell, Lynyrd Skynyrd;

Revolution, The Beatles;

In the Year 2525, Zager and Evans;

And in case you don’t like subtle mockery of self-described anarchists, here’s three for the politicians:

Eve of Destruction, Barry McGuire;

Gimme Some Truth, John Lennon;

And last but not least:

Requiem for the Masses, The Association.


Published in: Geekiness, General, History | on August 27th, 2008| Comments Off on Music to Revolt to: an RNC Playlist

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