Mongo Push

Album: Cabin By The Sea (2012)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is a track from California reggae rockers, Dirty Heads, second album, Cabin By The Sea. The song features Rome Ramirez of the group Sublime with Rome who is a good friend of the band and also worked with them on their breakthrough single, "Lay Me Down."
  • So what is a "mongo push"? Jared Watson explained to LA station 106.7 KROQ, "It's when you're skating and your front foot should be forward and you should be kicking with your back foot, but it's pushing with your front foot and your back foot is on the back. It looks ridiculous and it's way unstable."

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