Jon: Faster than on Hardcore. And less cartoony voices calling out the countdown.
Chris: And more aggressive vocals. Yeah exactly. The high guitar is more cartoony.
Jon: But I dig it/am confused why this wasn’t a bigger song. Or maybe it was! Namesake after all.
Chris: Yeah I’m not sure. It might have gotten overshadowed by other cuts on the first LP.
Jon: But people never talk about it. Fun fact: Toni Basil covers it on the album that has Mickey. And Space Girl Blues from Hardcore.
Chris: I’ve heard that version! It’s very interesting.
Jon: It’s a trip, yeah! I definitely wanna compile all the Devo-adjacent projects out there. Martini Ranch and whatnot.
Chris: Yeah I’m into that. This version feels more angry.
Jon: Yeah. Less horny and more urgent.
Jon: Maybe still quite horny though. Actually. Never not horny, these lads.
Chris: You can never tone that down too much. I hear the bass part higher in the mix as well.
Jon: Ends just as abruptly though.
Chris: Lol yep.
Jon: I remain a fan of this song.
Jon: Weird lyrics and all.
Jon: Wet Women and Fruit Ooze and all.
Chris: It’s really catchy.
Jon: Definitely harkens back to blues/rock. That descending main riff.
Chris: Yeah, this version for sure. Makes you sing that whack-ass shit to yourself.
Jon: Hahaha yes. Little Richard shoulda covered this.
Chris: That would have been awesome. Get on it Little Richard!
Jon: If Fats Domino can drop covers of Lady Madonna and Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey, why not this.
Chris: It’s also interesting that they joined this with satisfaction but re-arranged the song order for the LP.
Jon: Yeah, and this isn’t even on Q&A at all. Which boggles the mind. Maybe this EP was the “single” for it? IDK.
Chris: Yeah, it’s on Duty, right?.
Jon: It isn’t on any LP. It’s on this. And compilations/Hardcore.
Chris: Oh shit, huh.
Jon: Right?? So weird…
Chris: I must have listened to CDs with bonus tracks. Because I def remember hearing this on one of those.
Jon: That would make sense. That’s a relief at least.