Los Angeles punk band of the mid-1980s that affected a Clockwork Orange-type stance and sang songs with titles like "Real Horrorshow". They also did a fun cover of One Tin Soldier (The Legend of Billy Jack). The band was plagued by accusations of being poseurs, perhaps because their album photo looked a bit...well...posed, and they weren't terribly political as was the fashion for hardcore bands. Their name appears to be an allusion to the Sex Pistols' "God Save The Queen".

I saw them in concert in Las Vegas and thought they were quite good. Their self-titled album was one of the fixtures of my summer-after-high-school playlist.

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