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Artist: Brute Force
Album: Confections Of Love
Appears On (Mixes): Wally's Novelty Mix: She Yo-Yos Me and I Yo-Yo Her Back; Hobotic Mixed CDs Volumes 1-5, Dub Club: Creepy Crawly Creepy Crawly Creepy Creepy Crawly Crawly Creepy Creepy Crawly Crawly - Matt
Song Notes: Wally's Novelty Mix: She Yo-Yos Me and I Yo-Yo Her Back: This is the other Brute Force song, from his first record. This was the first Brute Force song I heard, and even though a lot of people I played it for didn't like it, it was what made me want to seek out more. It's short and goofy, and yeah, the vocal performance leaves a lot to be desired, but this song just has a special SOMETHING that really clicks for me. Maybe it's the weird sitar in it. I don't know. Maybe it's the goofy lyric or the rhythm of the phrasing. I don't know. It's just really cool, even if I'm the only one who thinks so. - Rev. Syung Myung Me
Dub Club: Creepy Crawly Creepy Crawly Creepy Creepy Crawly Crawly Creepy Creepy Crawly Crawly - Matt: Oh, this one is so goofy, and I just love it. I must, since I've apparently put it on three different mixes. Oh well. And I actually DO like the vocals on it. I know a bunch of other folks didn't like this one, but, dammit, I really do. Also, check out Brute Force's great song, "King Of Fuh", which actually came out on the Apple label, produced by George Martin and all that. Neato! - Rev. Syung Myung Me