“When you see me walking down the street, walk on the left, c*nt,” sings S.L.a.P–TV (featuring Bob Scare). “You’re in London, c*nt.” The song is brilliant in a creepy, lo-fi, early ’80s, Manhattan Cable sort of way, but their message is urgently topical. Brits walk on the left of a sidewalk, see, whereas we walk (and drive) on the right. It’s one of the cultural differences that drives them crazy, apparently. Like: scary crazy.
(Oh, and S.L.a.P.–TV? It stands for “Squeal Like a Pig TV,” of course.)