That album is one of hardcore's high-water marks, with just over a dozen songs in nearly as many minutes. Chief among its unprecedented punk invective was "John Wayne Was a Nazi," a blast of funky skank. And in 1982, rippin' on the Duke meant you were going to have to fight someone -- not that the band didn't piss enough people off with a name whose initials variously stood for Misguided Devout Christians, Multi-Death Corporation, and Missile Destroyed Civilization. Three-quarters of the band's classic lineup has returned with a solid new album, Magnus Dominus Corpus. Filled with songs like "The Ballad of G.W." and "Girls Like You Make Me Queer," it proves that righteous anger, wiseass humor, and monster drumming are timeless.