Get out in the snoop Howling at the moon I find some milk baby, up on the shelf I got to get it up, Mama, get down soon I'ma sweet and sour I'm kinda sorta minute an hour, yeah Well I'm hot and cold I gonna get you honey baby Get you, Ah! would you rock 'n' roll! Sally go round the roses Papa, I pick up the bus I get out a guitar Pick up an amp Come on everybody Get a knocking on woods, go Repeat Have you ever spent the night in jail?
Plastic Fang is the seventh official release by the American punk blues group The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, released on Matador in 2002. She Said" was released as a single and a music video was filmed for it. In the video, Jon Spencer is a vampire being hunted by nuns whom he eventually seduces into a striptease en masse, before fighting and dying at the hands of a vampiress.
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (album). The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion is the debut album by the New York City-based eponymous band. Few copies of the album were produced; however, some songs are featured on the album Crypt Style, released one year after.
Album: Plastic Fang, 2002. Taken from The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion album "Plastic Fang".
Features Song Lyrics for The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion's Sweet N Sour album.
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The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion's wild blues on critical albums like Orange and Now I Got Worry defined the band as belonging in a league of its own. The electronica mold of 1998's Acme album was sophisticatedly different, but the grit found in the band's previous work was nearly absent. The band might have known it as well - a change in direction was due. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion's eighth record, Plastic Fang, doesn't overlook anything this time, for the album exudes a new power. Sweet n Sour" flourishes with a huge guitar blast, and Spencer's tangy vocal howl has never sounded better. She Said" is comprised of typical swagger, but it's the Rolling Stones-like romp of "Mean Heart" that's truly killer. It's Spencer's best take on a ballad to. "Down in the Beast" has an explosive wail, and the chug-chug-chugga rawk of "Money Rock 'n' Roll" rollicks even harder.
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