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Choon Choosday: The Bees – Chicken Payback

29 April, 2014

I’ll be upfront here – I don’t understand this song, I have no idea what (if anything) the words are about and I’m in the dark as to whether there is some sort of slang meaning for “chicken payback”. And to be honest, who cares? It’s a brilliant piece of daft, disposble retro faux-60s-pop that is insaney catchy and will have even those who have had their ankles rebuilt recently tapping their one good foot.

I’ll even excuse them the fact that they come from a PO postcode area because the video is genius too. If you forced me to describe this one word, I’d go for





From → Choon Choosday, Music

  1. The Choon is not the only thing that’s daft! It seems the blogger has posted a video that is not available in this country… imagine that!

  2. LOL you two

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