Sick, Sick, Sick

Album: Era Vulgaris (2007)


  • Josh Homme (from Dose magazine, May 2007): "'Sick, Sick, Sick' is the Fairy God Prince of the Gutter, touching everyone on the head and releasing them from their shackles of guilt."
  • Julian Casablancas of the Strokes provides background vocals and synth guitar for this song.
  • The chorus of the song is "sick, sick, sick, don't resist." It it sometimes misinterpreted, and people believe there is a satanic message of "six six six, don't resist." There isn't.
  • This song premiered on YouTube at a time when that was a novel strategy. The artwork features the mascot Bulby.
  • The disturbing music video for this song was directed by Liam Lynch, known for his song "United States of Whatever." and for directing the Tenacious D movie. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bert - Pueblo, NM, for all above

Comments: 5

  • Oak from North CarolinaDoes anyone know who the woman that's eating in the video is?
  • Brandon from Ogden UtMy favorite song of all.
  • Ryan from Marlborough, MaI thought the song was about so forbiddin lover or sick sex. i can't remeber where i heard that.
  • Joe from Gallipolis, OhGreat Song. Disturbing but amazing video. I love the first 6 minutes of the song.
  • Brianna from Philadelphia, PaGreat Song. Disturbing but amazing video. I love the first 6 minutes of the song.
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