Every half-decent British punk band has a good song about how the record industry is shite, and you can count Daisy Chainsaw among them if your rules allow 90s grunge-punk. The snarling "Love Your Money" was a sugary ball of snot hocked at the hype machine, and it was catchy enough that they were soon the very sort of It Band that they seemed to resent. Later on they broke up.
At some point before that, though, they played the song live on The Word, and it pretty much ruled. Video after the jump.
Top three favorite things about this video:
1) Remembering how easy it once was for a guy to seem transgressive by wearing a dress.
2) That really, really excited host.
3) How it's the most 90s thing imaginable.