The case of Riot Pussy punk-feminist group will spend two years in jail for protesting Putin went down in history as a band but used their music to express their political sense, to show their anger against a ‘establishment’ and at the same time, to challenge the socially correct codes (although not necessarily good). Remember, this case about globally significant, how-through their songs, other musicians had the audacity to send protest messages.
God Save the Queen – The Sex Pistols. Not much explanation is necessary to note that the Pistols dedicated this topic (name identical to the British national anthem) to their monarchy. The problem was not the title, but the add-in: “God Save the Queen and his fascist regime / you become an idiot / in a potential hydrogen bomb”.
In 1977, they tried to play the song from a boat on the River Thames from the Palace of Westminster, but they were arrested. Johnny Rotten, lead singer of the historic, even after he was attacked precisely for this topic.
Frijolero – Molotov. Beyond “Do not tell me beaner (beaner)”, this remarkable anthem of Aztec rebellion against his beloved and hated ‘gringos’, has every raw detail of the life of a Mexican with difficulties, aberrations that has to go through in life to be despised and called – quoting the subject – a “good for nothing”.
“Know your rights – The Clash”: The political message anti-monarchist and anti-aristocratic Clash characterized as other punk bands of the time, though his temper was its rejection of nihilism and idealism fervent. “Know your rights” is the pure personality of The Clash: messages with sarcasm, and few vehemently outspoken. “You have the right not to kill you … unless you do a policeman or an aristocrat”.
Murderer of the illusion – Leusemia: This topic reminded of Daniel F and company emerged in 1995 during the peak of Fujimori. The most sincere expression of the ‘F’ and his band was felt on this subject, with relentless phrases, memories and flashes of dark episodes in the history of our country. “Under the pretext of life, under the guise of peace / love pretext, pretext of fighting / lying around …”
“Charly Garcia – Dinosaurs”: The years of military dictatorship (1976 – 1983) were difficult times inspired artists like Charlie Garcia to write songs like “Dinosaurs”. The violence was seen in the street itself; people could lose dissidents from time to time. Charlie himself confessed that he was arrested to confess the meaning of his songs. “Dinosaurs” dared to say what few, but in code. “Friends of the neighborhood may disappear, but the dinosaurs go away”.
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