No Gods No Masters by Garbage

No Gods No Masters [Garbage] Album Songs

NoSong TitleTime
D1-1The Men Who Rule The World 4:27
D1-2The Creeps 3:33
D1-3Uncomfortably Me 3:16
D1-4Wolves 4:16
D1-5Waiting For God 4:04
D1-6Godhead 4:08
D1-7Anonymous XXX 4:07
D1-8A Woman Destroyed 5:32
D1-9Flipping The Bird 3:37
D1-10No Gods No Masters 4:31
D1-11This City Will Kill You 4:36
D2-1No Horses 5:23
D2-2Starman 4:09
D2-3Girls Talk (with Brody Dalle) 3:36
D2-4Because The Night 4:59
D2-5On Fire 5:07
D2-6The Chemicals (with Brian Aubert) 4:19
D2-7Destroying Angels (feat. John Doe &... 5:00
D2-8Time Will Destroy Everything 4:43
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No gods, no masters is an anarchist and labour slogan. It has been in common use by anarchists in England since the late 19th century. The journal Commonweal, for instance, includes an article by John Creaghe from Sheffield in which he records that the Sheffield Telegraph newspaper "was furious when it found we were Anarchists with 'Neither God nor Master' for our motto" (11 July 1891, p. 76). An early 20th century usage is evident in a pamphlet handed out by the Industrial Workers of the World during the 1912 Lawrence Textile Strike. The phrase is derived from the French slogan "Ni dieu ni maître !" (literally 'Neither god nor master') coined by the socialist Louis Auguste Blanqui in 1880, when he published a journal by that name. In Joseph Conrad's novel The Secret Agent, first published in 1907, the anarchist character The Professor says: "My device is: No God! No master.".

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