P.S.O.K. (Paul Stanley Of KISS)
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|song name||P.S.O.K. (Paul Stanley of KISS)|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Podcast 5A, theymightbegiants.com Free Tunes, Podcast Highlights|
|sung by||John Flansburgh; spoken word samples by Paul Stanley|
- John Flansburgh in the Paste Culture Club Podcast:
We did this track called P.S.O.K. that is Paul Stanley Of KISS, that is basically a music collage, you know like of this very propulsive drumbeat with Paul Stanley reciting the same raps. There's this bootleg CD that's on the web that's going around, it's like a really big download. And it's this crazy document of sixty or seventy different shows and over the course of all these different show excerpts, he repeats all the things over and over again. Like, 'I don't think we played this the last time we were here!' And then you hear the next show and he's like 'We didn't play this one the last time we were here!'
- "People, Let Me Get This Off My Chest" is the name of the bootleg KISS CD referenced by Flansburgh.
- The track features Jeremy Chatzky, the featured bassist on Bruce Springsteen's We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions album, on fuzz bass.
- On January 20, 2012, in honor of Stanley's 60th birthday, TMBG created and posted a slideshow-style video (Watch it on ).
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