The Strike (more here and here) never disappointed, even if they did love posing with broken-down scooters .
The three non-album tracks here ("Red Storm Rising" a Zinn-esque history of The Great Depression, "This Fragile Life" a rocked-up Neurotic cover and "Ball and Chain" half spoken-word-half-SLF fist-shaker) proved that punk could be catchy and still have a conscience back in 1995. Who says you need a Republlican president to inspire great American punk rock?
Victoria link is in the comments
Speaking of comments: Do we really need bad political leaders to make for good punk rock?
Thanks to CallPastorBob for the scans