On the January 26, 2017 edition of the 68Comeback Special, we spent some time testing a theory that, given the right context, every song is a protest song, we made the bigly controversial announcement of the recipient of our Aging British Punks We’ve Decided to Get Behind for the Forthcoming Year (and their little sister), and we missed some people who needed missing.

the Husbands  –  In the Basement

Jawbox  –  Cornflake Girl

Nathan Shubert  –  Folds

Icky Joey  –  Pooh

the Fusionauts  –  Let the Saw Do the Work

Change of Heart  –  Herstory

Sam Prekop  –  Chicago People

Devo  –  Strange Pursuit

Veda Hille  –  Precious Heart

Jerk With a Bomb  –  On the Rails

Slayer  –  Seasons in the Abyss

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds  –  All Tomorrow’s Parties

Doc Yates & the Kings of Evil  –  Four Fingers of Whiskey

Latcho Drome  –  Knapweed

Can  –  Mushroom

Nothingness  –  Strathcona Park

Smokey & the Feeelings  –  Woman

Duotang  –  Bastard Five

the Black Line  –  Without a Gun

Heat  –  Sometimes

Red Fang  –  Smell of a Sound

 

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