I've Got A Fang
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|song name||I've Got a Fang|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Mink Car, Special Mink Car Sampler, Tracks Taken From The New Album 'Mink Car'|
|first played||November 2, 2000 (69 known performances)|
|sung by||John Linnell|
- Linnell has said this song was partly inspired by the '70s cartoon character Fangface.
- The song began as a more conventional band recording, according to a 2002 article in Mix Magazine. John Flansburgh, from the article: "Clive [Langer] just had this crazy idea that he wanted to superimpose this rapid hi-hat across the entire song. What's weird about it is that you're mixing two different feels... We tried it, and it makes it sound completely bent. It's a much more singular track now." This original "band" version is the demo, which was released earlier that year.
Altered Voice, Bad English, Body Parts, Colors, Death, Drinks, Food, Freaks, Friendship, Heads, I've Got A, Relatives, Shapes, Weapons
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