A group portrait of UK punk rock band The Clash, New York, September 1978, L-R Nicky 'Topper' Headon, Mick Jones, Joe Strumme
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Today is International Workers' Day! May Day is a worldwide holiday (both official and unofficial depending on where you live) started in 1886 to celebrate the labor movement and unions. Regardless of your ideology, the movement has inspired a set of killer songs, from Public Enemy's “Power to the People” to Bob Dylan's “Maggie's Farm.” 

Have a listen to our International Workers' Day Playlist below, celebrating those of us working for The Man to get by.

Music-loving workers of the world, unite!