6. In On The Kill Taker (1993): In On The Kill Taker is Fugazi's rawest, most visceral release, and one that would expand their fanbase considerably. The album inexplicably cracked the Billboard Top 200 chart (the first Fugazi album to do so), dragging Fugazi kicking and screaming toward something resembling mainstream attention. Even the album's conceptual collage-style artwork, which utilized found objects and text, would be mercilessly ripped off a year later by avowed Fugazi fans Pearl Jam for their Vitalogy album package. Though Rolling Stone famously lauded the album, calling Fugazi "the only band that matters," In On The Kill Taker could also be considered the first Fugazi album to include filler (Canty's semi-regular drum solo showcases on record notwithstanding), and is front-loaded, with a less than memorable second side. Opener "Facet Squared," however, is easily one of the band's finest moments, including the immortal lyric "Irony's the refuge of the educated / Always complaining but they never quit / Cool's eternal but it's always dated." Other album highlights include the caustic "Smallpox Champion" and the haunted "Returning The Screw," one of most emotionally evocative and underrated songs in the Fugazi oeuvre.