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The swingin' single "Perfume" was the record company's choice, the epic "Dick Around" was Sparks', and the duo backs up their choice with a great set of extras on the U.S. single. Just about as big and as tricky as "Bohemian Rhapsody," the version of "Dick Around" is the same as found on Hello Young Lovers, but the album's "(Baby, Baby) Can I Invade Your Country" appears here with different lyrics, safer ones that remove references to the American national anthem. Three chestnuts played live by the enthusiastic 2006 version of the band follow, then there's a hilarious interview with Ron and Russell Mael conducted by former Sex Pistol Steve Jones for his L.A. radio show. As if hearing the three talk about stealing equipment and "the smell of man" isn't enough, the videos for "Dick Around" and "Perfume" are included in the CD's multimedia section with downloadable versions for iPods and PSPs. This is a fun hodgepodge hardcore fans shouldn't pass up.
|Label:||In The Red Records|