Just listening to the pompous authority of the opening guitars will make you drop 300 calories like genetically-modified P90X. Intense. Know what Breaking the Law made me want to do? Guess.
Rob a bank? ...no.
Yell angrily at people in uniform? ...no.
Drive really fast? ...no?
None of the above. It made me want to
A. air guitar like a maniac,
B. make stuff. Make art. Make music. Write. Draw. Create something.
That's what the best music does. Sometimes it makes you THINK with a different point-of-view. Sometimes it makes you FEEL deeply. And sometimes (in this case) it inspires you to JUMP into the creative maelstrom YOURSELF.
Despite the parental fears of every generation about contemporary music and its adverse effect on its youth, there's gotta be room for a little iTunes insurgency. No danger, no excitement, no revolution in the occasional music, and the law-breaking's gonna (sometimes) come out in less healthy fashion. Sometimes it's not about the message. Sometimes the melody* is the message. And music has the capability like no other artform to kickstart the creative spirit off in high gear.
Let there be music, and let it rock with apathy-breaking thunder.
And then go use your turn signal.
*melody is used very loosely here
Breaking the Law