The song "Death to the U.S. Imperialist Aggressors", created in Juche 49 (1960), is still popular in Korea.Yes, nothing like an old song to bring back memories. In other news, millions of gallons of brains were splattered onto walls and ceilings as North Koreans experienced "an eruption of the do-or-die mental power":
The song encourages the servicepersons and civilians to the struggle against the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean puppet regime.
It was played by the band in various events, including a Pyongyang army-people rally and revenge-vowing meetings of working people's organizations, held on June 25, the day of the struggle against the U.S. imperialists".
Reflected in the song is a strong will of the Korean people to always keep themselves ready for action and decisively frustrate the reckless war provocation moves of the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean regime of traitors. [...]
"When the Party is determined, we can do anything!" This serves as an ever-victorious banner being held aloft by the army and people of the DPRK in the on-going advance for a great surge. [...]One keeps expecting the entire country to suddenly keel over and expire. How many ever-victorious banners can a man hold aloft before he just goes glurp?
This slogan is an expression of absolute support and trust of the army and people of the DPRK in the great Party and an eruption of the do-or-die mental power to remain true to the Party's cause by displaying patriotic devotion in admirable practice. [...]