Town To Town
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|song name||Town to Town|
|artist||Hello The Band|
|releases||Hello The Band (EP)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh, Joshua Fried, Robin Goldwasser|
- This song was one of the few recorded by Hello The Band, which consisted of John Flansburgh and Joshua Fried.
- This song's backing beat is a sped-up sample of the beat from the 1989 N.W.A single, "Straight Outta Compton", which samples the Amen break.
- From MonoPuff.org: "We are treated to a hero worship to Tom Vu (who to the best remembrances of Brooklyn residents was a sort of an Asian Tony Robbins) in an 80's style bop known as 'Town To Town'."
- The bridge lyrics reference a line from the Tom Waits song Jockey Full Of Bourbon.
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Town To Town is currently ranked #216 out of 910. (21 wikians have given it an average rating of 8.67)