Oxygen-based explosives

I know that oxidanes are oxygen chains and rings. For example trioxidane is $\ce{HO-O-OH}$. I can see this turning into $\ce{O2}$ and $\ce{H2O}$ like hydrogen peroxide does. Since the double bonds in $\ce{O2}$ are strong do oxygen compounds without nitrogen ever explode?

• Important examples of explosives with no nitrogen are organic peroxides, which are commonly formed upon ageing of ether solvents. Organic peroxides are highly sensitive to detonation when concentrated, and many accidents and injuries have happened in labs while evaporating ether solvents too far. – Nicolau Saker Neto May 31 '15 at 11:08
• Explosion doesn't even have to produce gas - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper%28I%29_acetylide – Mithoron May 31 '15 at 13:22