Album: Elastica (1993)
Charted: 67


  • This was Elastica's first single. It was released on November 1, 1993; its production was limited to 5,000 copies pressed on 7-inch vinyl.
  • John Harris in his book The Last Party wrote: "Its lyrics concerned [Justine] Frischmann's frustration with the occasional problem of drunken male impotence."
  • The video was shot in a single take and featured the band miming the song in front of a white background. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Radhika - Gurgaon, India

Comments: 1

  • Eric from Orlando, FlAn amazing song. First those cranky, jangly overdriven chords, then the wall of bone-crushing distortion before the drums kicked in and you're off, being berated by a pissy girl who hasn't satisfied by the sexual failures of her male suitors, the lucky bastards. Justine, if you're reading this, call me.
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