"Annalisa" isn't the worst, but there's something about the fact that it just keeps going, that really weird, disorientating flange/delay they put on everything towards the end, as well as some of Lydon's more guttural screams. Also, it's about a girl with mental problems being starved to death during a botched exorcism. And it's a true story.
This lyric sums it all up:
Annalisa had no escape Starved to death in a waiting room Cheap concern and rosary beads Did not solve screaming needs Annalisa
Then there's "Careering," a twisted Dub song about The Troubles, with one of the most ominous sounding synth lines ever. I don't know if the fact that Keith Levene as trying to recreate the sound of the clearly distressed vending machine in their rehearsal studio makes it more or less scary.
"Poptones", about a woman locked in the boot of "a Japanese car" and driven into the woods, with full knowledge that nothing good can happen when the car stops. All the while, the driver is playing the same song over and over again on the car stereo. Did I mention that this one also happened?