The following groups have covered this song:
- Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy: more of a re-write, really, as they update the lyrics, much the way Biafra did with "Love Me, I'm a Liberal." From both Hiphoprisy is the Greatest Luxury and Virus 100.
- John Linnell: yes, from They Might Be Giants fame. A surprisingly straitforward cover--no accordians or other weird, Spike Jonez-esque touches. Plus, Linnell has that kind of high, nasally voice which the song just screams for.
- Six Feet Under: a very heavy metal version. Too much Slayer for these kids. Plus, the guy sings in this death-metal voice. Quite a shock, when you're used to that nasal whine of Biafra's. From Graveyard Classics
- Sheep On Drugs: The Dub version. Kinda weird--the vocals are hard to make out, being so distorted. Sounds like a robot (appropriate?) From Dread Kennedys--In Dub We Trust
- Vitamin L: A punk-rap version--not bad, but doesn't touch the DHoH. From the compilation What Were We Fighting For?.
- Soulfly: live cover. Jello joins them and does the vocals. I think it's from about 1996.