Dead Kennedys - Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death album FLAC
Give-Me-Dea LISTEN ON YOUTUBE FIND VIDEOS MORE DOWNLOADS. Dead Kennedys Biography. Legendary punk band hailing from San Francisco, formed in 1978 & fronted by the even more legendary (Eric Boucher). They split up in the mid-80s, and there has been animosity between Jello and the rest of the band since the late '90s, with a recent court case awarding all the rights to all the songs to the rest of the band. The Kennedys were beset by controversy with the 1985 release of their Frankenchrist album, which was packaged with an 'obscene' poster by Swiss artist .
Released just a year after Dead Kennedys’ original breakup, Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death compiles plenty of the iconic punk band’s sardonic sing-alongs ("California Über Alles," "Holiday in Cambodia"), highlighting their sharp musical acumen and subversive humor. The set also contains several rarities, including their music industry–indicting New Wave spoof "Pull My Strings" (captured here in its only performance) and their definitive update of "I Fought the La. Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death Dead Kennedys.
The song is full of typical Dead Kennedys humor but isn't as good as some of the other tracks. On to track 3, for the legendary California Uber alles. One of the biggest Dead Kennedys songs of all time, it packs a powerful punch with it's well-crafted structure and dynamite delivery. However, after listening to it too much it becomes boring. It's a humorous, conceptual song about what would happen if Jerry Brown were to become president. This is an album worth getting, no question. I personally advise their first album, Fresh Fruit and Rotting Vegetables. If you find that you like them go for it.
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We just want to cut down on some of this excess population Now look. Just start up a draft: Draft as many people as you can. We'll call up every last youngster we can get our hands on, hand 'em some speed, give em an hour or tow to learn how to use an automatic rifle and send em on their way Libya? El Salvador? How bout Northern Ireland? Or a moderately repressive regime' in South America? We'll just cook up a good Soviet threat story in the Middle East - we need that oil We had Libya all ready to go and Colonel Khadafy's hit squad didn't even show up. I tell.
The Man with the Dogs. Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death. A Child and His Lawnmower. 08. Holiday in Cambodia. 09. I Fought the Law. Dead Kennedys. 10. Saturday Night Holocaust. 13. Straight A's.