Frankenchrist: Dead Kennedys
1985 Alternative Tentacles Records.
- Soup is Good Food: criticizes "downsizing"
- Hellnation: growing up black in St. Louis (written by drummer D. H. Peligro)
- This Could Be Anywhere: the wilds of suburbia and the evil it creates
- A Growing Boy Needs His Lunch: OK, this is kinda all over the place, talking about war, the cult of Elvis, and evil bugs
- Chicken Farm: the experiences of refugees from Vietnam
- Jock-O-Rama: the religion of high school football. (One of their funniest, I think, as is #8)
- Goons of Hazzard: contrasting the Dukes of Hazzard with the reality of redneck life
- MTV Get Off the Air: self-explanatory; features some creative musical shifts and Jello's dead-on "VJ"
- At My Job: the impersonal world of modern business
- Stars and Stripes of Corruption: definitely one of their most daring (and longest at 6:19) political songs, actually outlining the steps for change--instead of simply saying things are bad, it also offers suggestions to make them better