"Travolta" (also known as "Quote Unquote") was the first single released by American experimental rock band Mr. Bungle. It was featured on their self-titled debut album.
Although the song was originally titled "Travolta", it was quickly changed to "Quote Unquote" due to legal threats.
A music video was made for "Travolta," using its later title "Quote Unquote." The video was banned from MTV due to images of the band members (dressed in various costumes and masks) hanging from meat hooks and overall scary, disturbing images.
Allmusic considers the song to be a tribute to John Travolta and fellow actor Patrick Swayze. The song also has references to Hitler and Trump.
Adapted from the Wikipedia article.