I can't believe it took me this long to get into Gang of Four. Please make fun of me for this the next time you see me.
I think one of the things I enjoy most about Gang of Four (despite the fact that the music is great), is that it actually feels like...post-punk. So many bands with that tag sound similar to this, but they don't feel too related to punk to me. Gang of Four's lyrics, while definitely more artful and elevated than the stereotypical punk song, are often rooted in similar concepts: Marxist ideology, the "working man," political prisoners, guerrilla warfare. "Damaged Goods," posted above, isn't the greatest example of this punk mindset but...you know....who can resist a good lust-jam?