From Discogs: "Arbeit Mächt Frei" is this Cincinnati power punk band's second release,
following the cassette-only "Something For". The record was banned from
many retailers upon release, for it's provocative title as casual
shoppers in consumer record stores missed the connection between the
Nazi slogan, corporate America, and it's effects... The lead off track,
"Bomblast" is a bouncy, happy-sounding ska-tinged song about screwing
through a nuclear war to repopulate the earth, while the backing track
"Rules of Order" is a dark turn on fascism, consumer culture and peer
pressure, ironically predicting the effects of being banned (as this
record soon would be!).
While the original color design was color, the release was black and white – copies sold at the release party came with an 8-pack of crayons! A few color covers exist, but most of these appeared more than 20 years later, as one-offs for the band members."
A - BomBlast
B - Rules of Order