Anarchy/total destruction playlist

With the way this week is going at work (shorthanded, tons of crap to do, arseholes everywhere), I need a rock playlist to suit my state of mind. It requires ample energy too (no droning, rasping death metal need apply).

Candidates so far:

TV Set* by the Cramps
Third Uncle and 2 Forms Of Anger- Eno
55 The Law - The Screaming Blue Messiahs

Other suggestions welcome.

*Oh baby I see you in my Fridgidaire
Yeah baby I see you in my Frigidaire
Behind the mayonnaise, way in the back
I’m going to see you tonight for a midnight snack
But though it’s cold
You won’t get old
Because you’re well-preserved in my Frigidaire

The Stooges - TV Eye

Clutch - Pure Rock Fury

Airbourne - Runnin’ Wild

The Eno prompted this, because of their excellent cover of 3rd uncle:
Bauhaus : Dark Entries

and you can’t have Bauhaus and not have:
Joy Division : Transmission, in this case.

And let’s round that off with The Jam : Going Underground

Black Sabbath The Mob Rules

Motorhead: No Class. That should work for all the arseholes you’ll be dealing with.

Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff

List not complete without Anarchy in the UK by the Sex Pistols

Fear - “Let’s Have a War”

Loss of Control - Van Halen

A Bomb in Wardour Street - The Jam

Seconds by U2
Till the End of the World By Nick Cave

Ænema by Tool

Hmmm, shit week at work, bit of vigour needed?

Big Black - L. Dopa

My Bloody Valentine - You Made Me Realise

Killing Joke - The Pandys Are Coming

Lard - The Power of Lard

Sonic Youth - Expressway To Your Skull

So long, Mom by Tom Lehrer

Velvet Underground - Sister Ray

The Birthday Party - Dead Joe

Marc Riley & The Creepers - Baby’s On Fire (adding another Eno cover)

Cabaret Voltaire - Nag Nag Nag

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The Replacements: nearly anything, but how about a “Little Mascara” ?

Dizzy Gillespie & Orchestra, 1946: “Things to Come,” bebop’s answer to the atomic bomb.

Isis, Grinning Mouths.

Tonio K. - H-A-T-R-E-D HATRED Slow build to violent intent. :eek:



Life in the Food Chain

Just the whole album - Life in the Food Chain Lyrics here Life in the Food Chain

Other songs include vampire country western, threatened physical assault in relationships, and poignant breakups.

April 29, 1992 by Sublime.

It’s not every semi-ska song that can effectively make the argument that the response to Rodney King should be the destruction of society itself. Yes somehow they do it.