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At the risk of inflating their streaming numbers, Failed State Jukebox brings you some of the most audacious (and absurd) examples of far-right, populist, and dystopian pop music. Of course, the right doesn't have a monopoly on dystopia, which accounts for some of the more reasonable (and enjoyable) tunes in this selection. We'll leave open for interpretation which songs are meant to be enjoyed, and which are to be mocked.

We will be updating this page from time to time, so be sure to check back often.

Now That's What I Call Failed State Jukebox (podcast)

Chuck Ochelli joins us to discuss the worst and weirdest in dystopian pop

Read more: Originally posted on March 10, 2022

Anthony J. Hilder and Evan Sweetwater: Ordo Ab Chao

One of the all-time great white, middle-aged, anti-New World Order raps

Read more: Originally posted on February 17, 2022

William Cooper feat. Autumn Turner: Pale Horse Rider

Conspiracy rapper raps about conspiracy theorist

Read more: Originally posted on January 19, 2022

Carl Klang: Watch Out For Martial Law

A classic anti-police anthem from the Jimmy Buffet of the militia movement

Read more: Originally posted on January 9, 2022 

Tom MacDonald: America

An anguished cry from the apocalyptic wasteland of British Columbia

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Read more: Originally posted on January 3, 2022

Sovereign Citizen and the Non-Prophets: That's Why I Drink

Halloween store dystopia

Read more: Originally posted on December 8, 2021

Jihad Jerry and the Evildoers: I'm Gonna Pay You Back

De-evolution is (still) real

Read more: Originally posted on November 30, 2021

Hi-Rez and Jimmy Levy: Welcome To The Revolution

What are you listenin' to, sheeple?

Read more: Originally posted on November 25, 2021

Kid Rock feat. Monster Truck: Don't Tell Me How To Live

This is not a joke

Read more: Originally posted on November 21, 2021