Diggin' Your Scene

Album: Astro Lounge (1999)


  • Guitarist and principal songwriter Greg Camp wrote this song, which is something of a love/hate tale. Camp explained: "That song's about things you love and can't live without that can nonetheless kill you. It's mostly about a particular relationship, but I compare the relationship to drugs - people can be like drugs you're addicted to." >>
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    Amy - Chicago, IL
  • This was used on Alias in the 2001 episode "Mea Culpa" when Sydney crashes a party in Tuscany. It was also featured in the 2002 episode "Q & A" during a montage of her spy missions.

Comments: 3

  • Courtney from Kiel, Withis and all star are my fav smash mouth songs
  • Fortune from Silver Spring, MdMike, you definitely are not the only one who likes this song!!! I LOVE IT! It totally rocks.
  • Mike from Detroit, Miouch, am i the only one who likes this song?
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