Ten great anti-monarchy songs (to capitalize on royal wedding fever)

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It doesn’t really matter whether you’re against the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton because you think it’s a gross waste of resources, you’re an anarchist, or because you’re vehemently opposed to state-recognition of unions and monolithic institutions, because the future King Britain and his bride are getting hitched at London, England’s Westminster Abbey on Friday whether you like it or not.

In lieu of awaking at 3 a.m. EST with tea and crumpets in hand to watch Wills and Kate enter into holy matrimony, we’ll instead suggest a playlist of CHARTattack’s Top Anti-Monarchy songs to soundtrack your alternative celebration:

10. Manic Street Preachers “Repeat (Stars And Stripes)”
The Manic Street Preachers don’t hide their disdain for the Queen in this number, blatantly stating, “Repeat after me, fuck queen and country.”

Full list: Ten Great Anti-Monarchy Songs (To Capitalize On Royal Wedding Fever)