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by The Feckers

Ball kicking hard rock along the lines reminiscent vocally of Sammy Hagar and David Coverdale, musically Black Country Communion!!
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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Album Notes
Lyrics: Richard Anderson, Music: Chris Szkup
Vocal Arrangements: Richard Anderson & Chris Szkup
Musical Arrangements: Chris Szkup
©CS-SONGS / RAAA International Productions / Rockaboy Songs / The Feckers Music 2000-2012
Produced by Chris Szkup
Mixed by Dennis Leeflang
Mastered by Maor Appelbaum @ Maor Appelbaum Mastering Studio’s

Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals: Roy Bratbakken
Electric Guitars, Bass: Chris Szkup
Drums: Dennis Leeflang

Written at:
CS-SONGS, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Judy & Harry’s Place, Frethey Grove, Naenae, Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand

Recorded at:
CS-SONGS, Melbourne, Tasmania, Australia
Red Planet Recording, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Reich Records, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
The Groove Cabin, New York City, New York, USA
Roy’s Dungeon, Skedsmo, Akershus, Norway

Richard Anderson:

A nice kickass track, Chris had originally demoed this one in 2000. Once Dennis came into the scheme of things with his wonderful drumming I knew we were onto something killer here – this was the first track he recorded his drums for, and for him to do it so shortly after returning from touring with Lita Ford we felt was really upstanding stuff – what a dude!

The original guitar tracks were recorded in Melbourne at Reich Records during a bit of downtime when the Long boys weren’t available for some reason or another (we forget what the deal was).

Originally I sang lead on this track and Chris did some backing vocals but we felt that it was just a bit too weird of a fit, so we had Roy bring the evil vocally (he was asking us for more stuff to sing on…so why not? it’d be rude not to right???).

Lyrically I think this is one of my most cynical writings - it was written at a time in my life when I was dealing with some hell…sorry folks, but they can’t all be love songs!

We decided that it would be a cool idea to put a song out there online for people to hear so that they got a wee taste of what The Feckers was all about, and seeing as this is a shortass wee track and we always joked about not writing 3 min ditties….this is our version of a 3min ditty!



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