Fat Rich C--ts

Album: All For One (1991)


  • Often known as "FRC" or "F.R.C." (for obvious reasons), although this group composition appeared on the band's 1991 debut album, it acquired new significance after the world banking crash and subsequent bail outs of the early 21st Century.
  • "If the word c--t offends you...'s time to go."

    In live concert it is dedicated to "fat c--ts all over the world who live off the little people, who seem to delight in pissing on our heads... the revolution has begun!"

    If only!

    The original version runs to 3 minutes 46 seconds. "FRC" might be viewed as a slightly more full bodied critique of the usurers' malaise than the later "AIG". >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2


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