Six Anti-Establishment Songs That Aren't by Rage Against the Machine

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4. "Der Fueher's Face" - Spike Jones
This is a song about farting in Adolf Hitler's face.
There was an American propaganda film made by Disney that used the song
. Donald Duck makes swaztikas. Not much else to say, although I'd be a dick if I didn't acknowledge some possible homosexual ridicule in the line, "super-duper-duper men." But lets hope that's not what Spike Jones meant. Either way, here is an article about Hitler farting and doing cocaine.

3. "Hate the Police" - The Dicks

The Dicks were one of the most angry and influential punk bands from the early 80s. The album "Kill From the Heart" is one of the best records ever made. Their singer, Gary Floyd, grew up gay in east Texas - a place which is probably still extremely hard to be gay in. After being drafted into the military and forced to work in Houston, Gary moved to Austin, Texas, and started The Dicks. The Dicks wrote songs about being drafted, having foot fetishes, and like many punk bands, wrote a number of songs about hating the police.

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John C. Moody
John C. Moody

Uh, half of Bob Dylan's early 60's recordings!

AJ Wilkes
AJ Wilkes

Woody Guthrie - This Land is Your Land

Joshua Fournier
Joshua Fournier

Metallica's "Disposable Heroes" doesn't exactly apply in this case, but it's a great anti-establishment song.

Rick Kohn
Rick Kohn

The Pope smokes Dope-David Peel/Lennon

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