Although their music is considered "politically neutral," the band once played a benefit concert for the Cypress College Young Republicans.
The cover for the single depicted a cassette bomb, which one record company assumed meant it actually was a bomb.
'Bloodstains [Darkness Version]
The punk group recorded at a studio owned by the songwriter behind Madonna's 'Papa Don't Breach.'
'In My Eyes'
The band inadvertently inspired the "straight edge," or anti-drug movement.
'Where Eagles Dare'
One band member was kicked out after an argument among bandmates at McDonald's
The band has reportedly been blacklisted by the LAPD.
'Holiday in Cambodia'
The anti-establishment band once pulled out of a show in Los Angeles when they found that it was being sponsored by Coors.
'Anarchy in the U.K.'
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain released a folk-rock version of the song.
A monthly club night at the Arches in Glasgow is named after the song.