Worked Up So Sexual

Album: Blank Wave Arcade (1999)
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  • This is about life as a stripper. Making the money, knowing guys desire you. They do it for the money without thinking of any of the consequences. Just Dance. Maybe that's why many strippers are messed in the head. >>
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    Dave - Springfield, MA
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Comments: 3

  • Trevor from Omaha, Nethe faint is amazing...
    and their from omaha lol
  • Terry L. Kiser, Sr from Tifton, IdSounds like something DEVO would have done.
  • Megan from Nowhere, InWhoa, I cannot believe no one has commented on this song! It's so bloody good! The Faint (like most Saddle Creek bands) are Franz-tastically fabulous and I love them. They're very techno-sounding, which is great because I love techno. This song is so cool! It was my favourite by The Faint until I heard "Dust" featuring Conor Oberst.
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