Saw these guys a few times back in the early 80s. This is after they slowed down a bit but still rocks. Husker Du! Unfortunately, I think you have to click on the bottom link as WMG wants to make life difficult for us.
"God made man But he used the monkey to do it Apes in the plan We're all here to prove it I can walk like an ape Talk like an ape I can do what a monkey can do God made man But a monkey supplied the glue"
Flipper! Hahaha! It's been about 30 years since I heard anything by them. I remember seeing them in concert. They were always very good at pissin' off the audience. They'd ask people what song they wanted to hear, play fifteen seconds worth, stop, and explain how all the songs were the same anyway. They could match Dirk Dirksen (RIP) at gettin' SF punks riled up.
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You can hide all windows, revealing only what's on the computer desktop, with one keystroke: Windows key+D in Windows, F11 on Macs (or, on recent Mac laptops, Command+F3; Command is the key with the cloverleaf logo). That's great when you want examine or delete something you've just downloaded to the desktop, for example. Press the keystroke again to return to what you were doing. More tips from David Pogue