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21st Dec '15 9:27:38 PM Doug86
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*** During RedOctober the Bolsheviks had their own version, called "Worker's Marseillaise".
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*** During RedOctober UsefulNotes/RedOctober the Bolsheviks had their own version, called "Worker's Marseillaise".
12th Jul '15 12:18:12 AM Vox
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[[caption-width-right:350: [[WitchHunt Wickedness must be punished!]]]]
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[[caption-width-right:350: [[WitchHunt ''[[WitchHunt Wickedness must be punished!]]]] punished!]]'']]
22nd May '15 8:49:37 AM MirandaShadowind
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'''Rocko''': We demand to see the board of directors! \\
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'''Rocko''': -->'''Rocko''': We demand to see the board of directors! \\
22nd May '15 8:49:14 AM MirandaShadowind
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[[AC:{{WesternAnimation}}]] * Parodied with a bit of LyricalDissonance in the ''RockosModernLife'' episode "Zanzibar". Rocko rallies the other citizens of O-Town against Conglom-O due to the latter's polluting practices, but they're cheery the entire time. '''Rocko''': We demand to see the board of directors! \\ '''Security Guard''': And you would be? \\ '''Heffer''': We're a big unruly mob! \\ '''Other Citizens''': (singing happily) We're a big unruly mob!
14th May '15 8:46:07 PM tov01
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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIkbN5Lmh0E Madame Guillotine]]" is the theme song of radical Parisian revolutionaries in ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel''.
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* "[[http://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIkbN5Lmh0E com/watch?v=2kxQpaH05ko Madame Guillotine]]" is the theme song of radical Parisian revolutionaries in ''Theatre/TheScarletPimpernel''.
8th May '15 7:44:09 PM ThatStalkerChick
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** Also ''Heretic Pride''. While the narrator for ''If You See Light'' is frightened and desperately hiding from the mob trying to tear down the door, the narrator to ''Heretic Pride'' laughs and promises the crowd a reckoning.
15th Feb '15 7:39:58 PM Raptorslash
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* Several songs in ''Theatre/BatBoyTheMusical'', including "Another Dead Cow", "Kill the Bat Boy," the reprise of "Christian Charity", and "I Imagine You're Upset", where the mob's anger is directed at Edgar, the titular Bat Boy.
15th Feb '15 7:39:28 PM Raptorslash
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* "Look down" - the very opening of ''Theatre/LesMiserables''. Though not so much an AngryMobSong than a Resigned, bitter Mob song with angry tones about the long, dreading years of prison sentence. [[AC:WesternAnimation]]
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* "Look down" - the very opening of ''Theatre/LesMiserables''. Though not so much an AngryMobSong than a Resigned, resigned, bitter Mob song Song with angry tones about the long, dreading years of prison sentence. [[AC:WesternAnimation]]sentence. * Several songs in ''Theatre/BatBoyTheMusical'', including "Another Dead Cow", "Kill the Bat Boy," the reprise of "Christian Charity", and "I Imagine You're Upset", where the mob's anger is directed at Edgar, the titular Bat Boy.
14th Feb '15 11:08:22 PM maxwellsilver
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* ''TheLikesOfUs'', the little-known first-ever Webber/Rice musical, has two: "Hold a March" and "We'll Get Him". The latter is also reprised. Both are sung by crowds of displeased Londoners who think Thomas Barnardo is an interfering prat. * MartinGuerre had a "knife dance" in the original version, cut in the rewrites. Also, the part of "Justice Will Be Done/I Will Make You Proud" sung by the villiagers.
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* ''TheLikesOfUs'', ''Theatre/TheLikesOfUs'', the little-known first-ever Webber/Rice musical, has two: "Hold a March" and "We'll Get Him". The latter is also reprised. Both are sung by crowds of displeased Londoners who think Thomas Barnardo is an interfering prat. * MartinGuerre ''Theatre/MartinGuerre'' had a "knife dance" in the original version, cut in the rewrites. Also, the part of "Justice Will Be Done/I Will Make You Proud" sung by the villiagers.

* "Now is gossip put on trial" and "Who holds himself apart" from Benjamin Britten's opera ''PeterGrimes''. * The extended climax of ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera'' includes a mob pursuing the Phantom in "Track Down This Murderer", a reprise of the title song with significantly different lyrics.
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* "Now is gossip put on trial" and "Who holds himself apart" from Benjamin Britten's opera ''PeterGrimes''. ''Theatre/PeterGrimes''. * The extended climax of ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera'' ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'' includes a mob pursuing the Phantom in "Track Down This Murderer", a reprise of the title song with significantly different lyrics.

* ''Kill Your Own Kind'' from {{Lestat}}, in which the entire population of the Theatre des Vampires, lead by Armand, condemn Claudia to death for her [[spoiler: attempted]] murder of Lestat himself.
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* ''Kill Your Own Kind'' from {{Lestat}}, ''Theatre/{{Lestat}}'', in which the entire population of the Theatre des Vampires, lead by Armand, condemn Claudia to death for her [[spoiler: attempted]] murder of Lestat himself.
14th Feb '15 3:42:05 AM Patachou
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* ''Raise the Black Flag'' from {{Food for the Gods}} * "We're Not Gonna Take It" by {{Twisted Sister}} * "Blitzkreig Bop" by {{The Ramones}}
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* ''Raise the Black Flag'' from {{Food ''Music/{{Food for the Gods}} Gods}}'' by Music/{{Fireaxe}}. * "We're Not Gonna Take It" by {{Twisted Music/{{Twisted Sister}} * "Blitzkreig "Blitzkrieg Bop" by {{The Ramones}}Music/{{The Ramones}} from ''Music/{{Ramones}}''.

* "Stakes and Torches" from Voltaire's album ''To the Bottom of the Sea'' is a mob song about the poor rising up to overthrow their leader, the Robber Baron.
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* "Stakes and Torches" from Voltaire's Music/{{Voltaire}}'s album ''To the Bottom of the Sea'' is a mob song about the poor rising up to overthrow their leader, the Robber Baron.

* The satirical song "The Angry Mob" by the Kaiser Chiefs is about a middle class angry mob getting riled up by things reported in the British press.
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* The satirical song "The Angry Mob" by the Kaiser Chiefs Music/KaiserChiefs is about a middle class angry mob getting riled up by things reported in the British press.

* In Bach's St John Passion, there a chorus consisting of "Kreuzige (Crucify)" in polyphonic 4 part harmony.
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* In Bach's St Music/JohannSebastianBach's "St John Passion, Passion", there a chorus consisting of "Kreuzige (Crucify)" in polyphonic 4 part harmony.

* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7Q9ZEdOLSE Hang the Bastard]]" from ''CannibalTheMusical'', meant to sound as much as possible like a cheery old-school-style excuse-to-dance number.
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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7Q9ZEdOLSE Hang the Bastard]]" from ''CannibalTheMusical'', ''Film/CannibalTheMusical'', meant to sound as much as possible like a cheery old-school-style excuse-to-dance number.
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