In May of 1978 the LA based punk band, The Germs, released a three song EP highlighted by "Lexicon Devil". It was the first release by a nascent Slash Records. The Germs, led by the short lived singer Darby Crash and guitarist Pat Smear, has already achieved punk immortality at a gig in which they smeared themselves and each other with peanut butter. Bullied in school, Crash was fascinated with the idea of mind control and anarchy.
That's why "Lexicon Devil" may be the band's ultimate statement:
Searching for a future the world's my aim
So gimme gimme your hands gimme gimme your minds
Gimme gimme your hands gimme gimme your minds
Gimme gimme this gimme gimme that