(1991, Dischord)

That this debut album was on Dischord and named after the Black Panther’s Ten-Point Program only tells half the story. Because while this is visceral political punk, it’s shot through with caustic wit and self-deprecating humour, and there’s some cracking tunes on here, too.

READ: Great review of the album on PunkNews

LISTEN: Listen to the album in full on Spotify

WATCH: Here’s a pretty decent clip of them playing live to a fairly disinterested audience, which doesn’t stop frontman Ian Svenonius from doing a remarkable backflip from the audience back onto the stage.