I noticed the lyrics to the first song on Emperor Tomato Ketchup and to that "it's not eternal/imperishable" song. But in general, yeah, but if a band is going to get all political (and dead-sober leftist political, at that) I'd rather they do it the Stereolab way.
BTW why the hell does anyone need more than two or three Stereolab albums? You're reminding me of Trung listening to Einstein on the Beach or whatever just because OCPDOCPDOCPDOCPD.
I just remembered I wrote a song called "Oral Hygiene" in middle school.
Here are some fun facts about a semi-pretty Fox News anchor (I don't know where they get their reputation for having hot anchors):
...pretty much what I'd expect from one. When I got into Lynchburg College as a safety school they took out (without my knowledge) a mention in my local paper and people thought I had applied to Liberty University.