Fresh Fruit for Rotten Vegetables, released in 1980, is the classic debut album from California punk band the Dead Kennedys. Featuring biting satirical takes on politics and social issues from frontman Jello Biafra and some of the best musicians punk rock has seen. The album features some of the groups best loved songs, such as "California Uber Alles" and "Holiday in Cambodia", and is considered one of the greatest hardcore punk albums of all time.
The Dead Kennedys are known as one of the most defining bands of the punk rock movement in the 80s. Their most famous songs are "Nazi Punks F*** Off" and "Let's Lynch the Landlord". They are outwardly against nazis and fascists and openly share their views on how much they hate politics. The Dead Kennedys only lasted 8 years together before disbanding, however, they reunited in 2001 to tour with their old hits.