96 Quite Bitter Beings
by CKY

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  • Deron Miller wrote this song about two guys who are driving around and get lost in a town with 96 residents who are not really nice. They are not very accepting of tourists or out-of-towners. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mike D - DeSoto, MO
  • This was featured on the popular skateboarding game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Chris LaBenne - Niles, OH
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Comments: 21

  • Kt from Chicago, Ilthis song is called 96 quite bitter beings by cky!!i love it!
  • Ryan from Abingdon, Vai think about Tony Hawk 3 whenever i hear this song
  • Buddy from Sb, NjA question to everyone who reads this: Anyone want to go to Hellview with me this summer for vacation? It's different than this Hellview don't worry. Although, the population IS 96......
  • Jessiah from Kingston, OhI remember seeing the music video on one of the cky videos it was amazing!
  • Eric from Milltown, Inthis is actually the second part to a song called "thanks for the ride" by deron and jess' old band foreign objects. the third part is "escape from hellview"
  • Breanna from Bismarck, Ndim dumb my bad lol
  • Breanna from Bismarck, NdDUH it 96 quite bitter beings
  • Jim from Clarmore, Okthis song is the sh*t. I heard it on jackass and riped my hair out trying to find out the name of the song so I could download it.
  • Tyler from Springfield, Oryo danielfrom suwanee ga i have a question
  • Tyler from Springfield, Orplz tell me
  • Tyler from Springfield, Oranyone tell me?????
  • Tyler from Springfield, Orwhat is the songs name "shopping cart" episode of jackass plz tell me some one
  • Sid from Waynesvile, Ncthis song is awsome it is the best song by cky and it is the king of all riffs. Really hard to play
  • Daniel from Suwanee, GaYea, i heard it first on Tonys game, but the acutal song, Marc, to the Jackass episode is Flesh into Gear, although it is by CKY too, they sound similar, but arnt the same song, this song is so badass, it is sooooo addicting just like its Sequel with the Escape From Hellview song, a 2nd part to this song, so good
  • Joe from Chicacgo, Ilalexio...slide on down to 911tabs.com...they got a boatload of tabs for this song.
  • Windy from Otway, Ohi really like this song
  • Marc from Vancouver, CanadaWhenever I hear this song, it reminds me of the jackass episode with the shopping carts and with this song playing.
  • Kimberly from Greeley, Coi like CKY. also because jess margera is in it and he's bam's brother and bam is HOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the song is good. i first heard it on my tony hawk's pro sk8r 3.
  • Alexio from Haslemere, EnglandThe guitar tune lol i LOVE IT ! i recently learned it on guitar(had to do it by ear cause tabs impossible to get hold off)..any1 know a site with them on and its so much fun lol great song rocking band
  • Robert from Mountain Lakes, NjI agree, wit u Jenny this song rocks. If you think about the lyrics, its kinda freaky.
  • Jenny from In Michigan, MiI love this song. It's an awesome song!
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