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Album: Plastic Seat Sweat
Avg rating:
6.1

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Total ratings: 430









Released: 1997
Length: 3:19
Plays (last 30 days): 0
(instrumental-ish)
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 nagsheadlocal wrote:
Unless it has Leslie Land on bass, it's not really SCOTS to me.

 
Mary Huff is just fine with me.
Unless it has Leslie Land on bass, it's not really SCOTS to me.
OOOOOOHHHHH YYYYYEEEEAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!
Some similarities with Why Go - Pearl Jam
Halloween's coming - time to put on Zombified
Flash and the Pan ...? Ah. no. 
gotta love that cowbell.. {#Dancingbanana_2}

 bindi wrote:
Saw these guys live this summer. Very cool, quirky 3 pc band.  

 
Yeah man - fun band
Saw these guys live this summer. Very cool, quirky 3 pc band.  
Was at an outdoor SCOTUS gig some years ago and a buddy of mine was hit in the eye by a surface-to-surface fired chicken wing, I received incoming fire from a blob of pudding. We went off to the emergency tent for little eye wash and got that taken care of. One of the guys started flirting with a nurse in the tent so we got thrown out, on the way home we stopped and bought a case of cheap beer then got a flat tire. We did eat the offending chicken wing.
:dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana_2:
Heard the opening riff for the first time and said: "Wow, this rocks!!!" :bananajam: Then the vocals entered... :doh:
Boosiewolf wrote:
*getting a sudden urge to fling banana puddin and fried chicken*
MMMMMMMM.......banana pudding. Yummy!
Shades of Steve Cropper on the guitar.
hell yeah! play some early albums.
"six-pack family plan" - Great lyric!
MojoJojo wrote:
Sweet, delicious cow bell!!!!!! :dancingbanana:
now let the fun begin... :bananajumprope:
:dancingbanana_2: :guitarist: :drummer: This song was so incredible to experience live! :jump: *getting a sudden urge to fling banana puddin and fried chicken*
OK, Buzzardcheater, you opened the door to my current gut-bustin' favorite joke (Parenthetical: I heard on the radio that GWB or some staffer said that the incident was not fodder for jokes or for political advantage-taking. Please, what else would he want it to be? He should be happy if it stays at those two attitudes! They could be facing arraignment and calls for the VP to step down!). It was a cartoon in which a newsroom reporter or editor in the bullpen is calling over to a managing editor in a private office, so that the latter cannot be seen. The former calls out, "Wow, the vice-president just shot a lawyer!" The latter calls back saying, "I can't believe it! Is there nothing they won't do to improve their approval ratings with the public?" I loved it loved it loved it. I told it to several strangers on the way in to work. I especially enjoyed doing it in an elevator where they were all trapped into listening! It felt almost as good as eating a chocolate cookie with dark-chocolate drops in it. Wonder whether Mr. Sourpuss will *ever* smile again now. I wish he had been *roundly* censured for using expletive language on a Congressman in the halls of Congress. If he was ever an elder-statesman wise type, he must have started on a downhill slide. I cannot hold a brief for people who are mean, and that trumps any political views I might agree with! Can I write all that here?
hcaudill wrote:
This is one of the most reliable sets on RP - As soon as "Banks of the Ohio" comes on, I know what's coming.
Too bad it wasn't a warm-up to Handcuffed to a Fence in Mississippi.
Love, Love, Love SCOTS! I know they're a bit cheesy, but the occasional cheese can be a good thing.
This came on and I just figured it was a comment on today's current events: the Vice President's hunting mishap (AKA "Cheney's Got a Gun")
Sweet, delicious cow bell!!!!!! :dancingbanana:
Not a bad set for the day after Valentines.
hcaudill wrote:
Nice set of songs about - um - relationships in trouble. Southern Culture On The Skids - Shotgun Cigar Store Indians - Get on the Throttle Gillian Welch - Caleb Meyer Snakefarm - Banks of the Ohio
This is one of the most reliable sets on RP - As soon as "Banks of the Ohio" comes on, I know what's coming.
This is sick, I know. But its true. They make me think of what if the B52's would have sounded like if they were from the deep south. And that's not bad. Cool song And that album cover. I wish I'd shot that!
playing a lot of bad music now... :(
More cowbell!
i love these guys!
pick-it ricky!!!! (click here)
typical annoying scots. (lol sorry) :( - i'm sorry. i tried to like them.
Sounds like music that should be played while watching Jerry Springer.
Pyro wrote:
How about a MOOOOON pie?
Only if you've got an RC Cola or Grape Nehi to go with it!
My fav is "House of Bamboo", but how can you go wrong w/ SCOTS on a Friday afternoon??
You're gonna want that cowbell in there.
This was used on the movie "Happy, Texas" - great movie and perfect song for it!!
Gotta love that album cover and name!
40 Miles To Vegas rocks too! :goodvibes.gif:
Mayhem. Murder. Music. Plastic Seat Sweat. Good fun.
YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Big Time Fun ! Gotta luv the SCOTS! (Truble-Luv-Truble !!!)
Excellent southern-fried segment, Bill. Finger-lickin' good.
Toe tappin' goodness... \:D/
I thought I was listening to North Mississippi Allstars at first. I like this band... I love me some cowbell!
Ah, SCOTS...damn near guaranteed to crack a smile on my face at work!
tg3k wrote:
Wow, a SCOTS song I actually like. I've heard quite a bit of their stuff, but for various reasons their music just didn't appeal. (I respected what they did, acknowledge they did it well, but I simply didn't like what they did.) This song, though, somehow hit the right buttons.
I'm tellin' ya, it's the cowbell. Does it every time.
beelzebubba wrote:
Who's in charge here, where's my Captain's wafers?
:lol: :lol:
How about a MOOOOON pie?
Very Cool! :propeller.gif:
Who's in charge here, where's my Captain's wafers?
hcaudill wrote:
Nice set of songs about - um - relationships in trouble. Southern Culture On The Skids - Shotgun Cigar Store Indians - Get on the Throttle Gillian Welch - Caleb Meyer Snakefarm - Banks of the Ohio
Yeah, but not sure I'm such a big fan of any of them...oh well, that's one nice thing I guess about RP, something for everyone
These sweet lyrics caught my ear: "You cannot buy true love But you can shoot its ass" No truer words were ever spoke (with a Southern accent!)
Nice set of songs about - um - relationships in trouble. Southern Culture On The Skids - Shotgun Cigar Store Indians - Get on the Throttle Gillian Welch - Caleb Meyer Snakefarm - Banks of the Ohio
I just changed my rating from a 7 to a 5. I guess it doesn't stand up to multiple listenings for me.
Funny song! I found myself raising my rating three times while listening.
Great version
bigpomp wrote:
Probably my favorite cut off this album. This song ROCKS!
bigpomp wrote:
Uh, maybe Banana Puddin' is my favorite, though I'm not sure.
Take your time. This sort of decision really shouldn't be rushed.
Cool SCOTS on RP! Gotta love the North Carolina groove.
Now play “Camel Walk” whilst I light me up a Pall Mall...
SHOTGUN! Pass the joint!!
Wow, a SCOTS song I actually like. I've heard quite a bit of their stuff, but for various reasons their music just didn't appeal. (I respected what they did, acknowledge they did it well, but I simply didn't like what they did.) This song, though, somehow hit the right buttons. :guitarist:
bigpomp wrote:
Probably my favorite cut off this album. This song ROCKS!
:jump: I can't disagree with that choice !
bigpomp wrote:
Probably my favorite cut off this album. This song ROCKS!
Uh, maybe Banana Puddin' is my favorite, though I'm not sure.
Probably my favorite cut off this album. This song ROCKS!
fun, fun, fun...and some purty good guitar pickin' too! :roflol: :guitarist: