Industrial Brit Bang

I want to eat donuts.

Jesus Built My Hotrod (Short, Pusillanimous, So-They-Can-Fit-More-Commercials-On-The-Radio Edit)
TV Song

So maybe someone can help me here. There’s “Jesus Built My Hotrod” (provided here in the hilariously-titled and hard-to-find single edit form) and then there’s “Some Dispute Over T-Shirt Sales” (clip here). So, what’s the deal then? Gibby from the Surfers wrote the lyrics to both I know, but it seems odd that he would just rip himself off so blatantly. Anyone care to fill me in? As for “TV Song”, that’s the original b-side to “Jesus Built My Hotrod” and is the original version of what became “TVII” for Psalm 69.

Bang (MW Big Bang 12″ Mix)
Bang (MW Groove Mix)
Bang (MW 40 Feet Under Mix)
Bang (MW Hardcore Assault Mix)
She’s So High (MW Ecstasy 12″ Mix)

The folder for this on my computer is called “Blur Bang”, which is only slightly less vulgar-sounding than the file names for these songs (my favorite is “Banghard”). I’m mature I know. What do you want, I’ve been listening to Butthole Surfers songs all damn day. These are from a 12” promo single.

5 Responses to “Industrial Brit Bang”

  1. Anonymous says:

    u bean listenen to bhole surfs tell me is this gibby?

  2. Anonymous says:

    whoa..those blur tracks are super rare- thanks for sharing.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The "hilariously-titled and hard-to-find single edit form" of "Jesus Built My Hotrod" is NOT hard to find

  4. The Lost Turntable says:

    Well where do you find it then?

  5. phreakydancin says:

    The single edit was available on the Jesus Built My Hotrod CD single, which is surely out of print now, but sold a ton of copies back in the day.

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