Talk:I've Got A Fang
I distinctly remember seeing a flash video for this at some point. Maybe on TMBG Unlimited, only I never actually got in on that. It was on the Emusic site somewhere. I remember it. Does anyone else remember that, or is it some weird weird dream I had? - Doctor Masonstein
- yeah, it existed. i think you can still see it on tmbg.com by shooting the little "ecard" target until it comes up. -Nathew
- (5/5/04) I've thought of this card from time to time as well. I remember it being sort of crappy, but that it had an awesome photo of Linnell by a jar with a fang in it. And there was a label on the jar that said "fang". It isn't at tmbg.com as far as I can tell. -User:Tisher
If anybody knows bass and could decipher it, me and some of my friends want to play this song. - DrDoog
Uh, on Mr. Linnell's page, why does it link here for "Mr. Fleece"?
- The TMBG Unlimited summary for this song states: "An instant minor classic from the festering brain of the original 'Mr. Fleece' John Linnell." --badqueso 17:52, 6 Jun 2006 (MDT)
Version on "This Is Next Year: A Brooklyn-Based Compilation"
A version of this song appears on the compilation This Is Next Year: A Brookly-Based Compilation, which we don't have a page for (though we probably should?). This version of the song (and the complete compilation) is available at eMusic (and is listed on our eMusic page) and on iTunes here (though we don't have it listed yet on our iTunes page, which is why I thought of this question in the first place). So my question is, is this the version found on Mink Car or the demo version from TMBG Unlimited, etc.? Its length and the fact that it came out before Mink Car suggests to me that it's probably the demo, but I can't be 100 percent sure. Does anyone know? But if it IS the demo, this is pretty important, because it means that there's still a legal way to get the demo despite Unlimited's current unavailability. ~Drew
Is that bit connecting this song with 32 Footsteps really necessary? I mean, we could fill the wiki a couple of times over by linking songs that contain words that only one other song contains, surely? --༺𝄞𝄆Ⓠⓤⓔⓛ⎈Ⓓⓞⓜⓜⓐⓖⓔ𝄇༻ 00:00, 17 April 2010 (UTC)