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Randy Scouse Git
by The Monkees
The Monkees' third album was the first with substantial writing and musical performances by the group itself. "Randy Scouse Git" is the final track of the album and was the first song written by drummer Micky Dolenz to be commercially released. The song became a #2 hit in the UK where it was retitled "Alternate Title" after the record company complained that the original title was somewhat "taboo to the British audience". The verses whimsically describe a party The Beatles threw for the Monkees in London, while the chorus had Dolenz yelling demeaning remarks at an unseen, long-haired youth. #Headquarters50
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1967 - RCA - United States
Posted: 22nd May 2017
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