King Cry Baby: A Team Leno Playlist

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If you've been keeping up with the business going on between Conan O'Brien and Jay Leno, odds are you've already picked a side. Every team needs its fight songs, and although Team Leno looks a lot smaller than Team Conan - in fact, Rocks Off isn't sure if we've even met anyone on Team Leno - they no doubt need songs to rally themselves. We have, in our good graces, sought out songs to provide the rallying cry for Leno's backers, and we hope you enjoy listening to them as you cry yourselves to sleep, you authority-loving, bottom-line-sucking sons of bitches. Henry Rollins, "Liar" 1910 Fruit Gum Co., "Indian Giver" Elvis Presley, "Big Boss Man" Dead Kennedys, "Pull My Strings" The White Stripes, "There's No Home for You Here" Frank Zappa, "The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing" Anthrax, "I'm the Man" Geto Boys, "Damn It Feels Good to be a Gangsta" Black Sabbath, "Megalomania" Cry Baby, "King Cry Baby"

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