Deerhoof - My Pal Foot Foot mp3 album
This song is by Deerhoof and appears on the compilation Better Than The Beatles: A Tribute To The Shaggs (2001). This song is a cover of "My Pal Foot Foot" by The Shaggs. I go to his houseKnock at his doorPeople come out and sayFoot Foot don't live here no more.
Upon the first original pressing, 900 of the original 1,000 copies of the album vanished out of the warehouse, and shortly thereafter the record company's producer/president also vanished and the label quickly folded. Despite the setback, music collectors quickly got a hold of the remaining copies and word of mouth started, with those who liked it giving almost universal praise, but with many others complaining of the sloppy, almost nonsensical way the arrangements were made as well as the singing. Who Are Parents?" – 2:58. My Pal Foot Foot" – 2:31. My Companion" – 2:04. I'm So Happy When You're Near" – 2:12. Side two. "Things I Wonder" – 2:12. It's Halloween" – 2:22.
Deerhoof released it on the album Better than The Beatles: a Tribute to The Shaggs in 2001. It was covered by Deerhoof. First recording on March 9, 1969 First release.
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My Pal Foot Foot" is indubitably the greatest song ever recorded and the album inspired Zappa, Nirvana, Deerhoof, etc. lol that would be pretty awesome but the Shaggs don't have the same level of fame as NWA so naturally they'll go unrecognized. March 30, 2017, 09:49:12 AM. LOC adds stuff based on cultural significance. if it was pro-gov/apolitical stuff only then fortunate son wouldn't be in. Doughboy.
My Pal Foot Foot Album Cover Art. Deerhoof. Cover Art. Tracklist. 7" Vinyl 1. 1 My Pal Foot Foot. 2. Sunny Forty Fours.
Deerhoof celebrated their 20th anniversary with the release of "La Isla Bonita", another fine example of how the band changes course on almost every album. Like "Deerhoof vs. Evil" and "Breakup Song" before it, "Bonita" is another concentrated burst of whimsy. It's a format that suits Deerhoof, as well as this album's inspiration, the Ramones. The cover of "Pinhead" they played during rehearsals shaped the album's approach, and in many ways, this is Deerhoof's version of garage rock (or technically, basement rock - the band.
|A1||My Pal Foot Foot|
|A2||Sunny Forty Fours|