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Bomb The World
If you ask me, most of the hastily issued "anti-war" songs (REM's "Final Straw," Beastie Boy "In A World Gone Mad," Lenny Kravitz's "We Want Peace," etc.) that came out last month were what we in the music business refer to as "pretty lame".
Update: In the interest of fairness, here's Dan Worley's pro-war song "Have You Forgotten," which is also catchy, albeit it in a Frankly-Every-Country-Song-Sounds-Pretty-Much-The-Same-To-Me kind of way. But he manages to rhyme "bin Laden" with "forgotten", so, you know, mad props for that. [mp3] [lyrics]
Watch for Worley's next song "Baby, Give It Back!," a paean to Bush's "economic stimulus" package rapped to the tune of Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back":
I like tax cuts and I cannot lieIn retrospect, that wasn't very fair at all. Posted on May 14, 2003 to Links