Circle Jerks - Wild in the Streets
I can't think of another album that represents the strange naiveté of young punk rockers. I remember thinking to myself that they (who, I'm not quite sure) would be sorry when the youth take to the streets and claim their future for themselves. Considering how ambiguous my goals were at them time (and that they may have been better defined than the guys in the Circle Jerks who were only a few years older), a riot might not have been the best way to change the world.
By the way, the title track of the album is a cover from the soundtrack of the 1968 film of the same name in which teenagers take over the country and put adults into LSD camps for "re-education." It's a funny film now. I wonder how many people took it seriously 40 years ago.