Man, sometimes it takes just one song. Here's one that's a mother of a Venn diagram. Over here you've got a big ol' circle floating around by itself.. That would be the people who just don't get it. Never did, never will. Always a big chunk of any Venn diagram, or rather outside the diagram. Then, in another circle you have the instro nuts, who love instrumentals. They intersect a little with the Songs the Cramps Taught Us (or Lux & Ivy's Favorites) folks. Another circle is the oddball 45 nuts. Honkin' sax nuts, and so on. You see where I'm going. All of that to say that the song below is one you should dig, unless of course you're part of the never get it, never will mob.
Just look at that label. It's got it all. A cool band name, a cool song title, a cool record label, crappy low budget graphics, and the song length, which is just about the perfect length for a 45. Can it stand the test? Yes and no. If you expect something slick, don't bother. Wrong circle. But if you want to hear an unpolished medium fidelity guitar and sax driven instrumental that you may not ever come across again, dig in. Check the other label below, a later pressing of the 45, this one the B-side. Using type for the record company logo now. What is this, The Phantom Five Sell Out? Still, looking even a little more normal, it reeks of "gotta hear this".
One last thing, just look at these guys. Stealth to the max. They were probably sneaking Dad's Oly between science projects. Oh, man, I so dig this shit.
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