Mexican Hairless

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  • This instrumental rocker is the first track on Toadies Rubberneck album. "We had a piece of music worked up but I didn't feel like it needed words so I wanted to leave it instrumental," lead singer/guitarist Vaden Todd Lewis said in the film Dark Secrets: The Stories of Rubberneck. As a nod to The Reverend Horton Heat I wanted to put it on the record first. I remember having a conversation with our rep at the label. He said, "I'm concerned that people will get this record, take it home and listen to it and hear no words on the first song and think that there's something wrong with it and take it back and return it and get their money back."
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