Since their recent foray into the world of brand marketing, Mean Jeans have been living the life: chugging Mountain Dew, scarfing Totino's, auditioning for the next Bill & Ted's excellent adventure, and generally keeping it real. Luckily they found the time to bang out the new album, Gigantic Sike, and it's a ripper! The first single, "Party Line," is meant to be cranked up with the top down. Party captain himself, Billy Jeans offers up his endorsement: "Selling out to Mountain Dew wasn't all it's cracked up to be, so Mean Jeans are back with a straight-up stripped-down party punk record. It's called Gigantic Sike. It was gonna be called something more reasonable and the songs were gonna be more marketable and I was gonna get a real job, but we put a big 'ol sike on it instead. 'Party Line' is basically a jingle for the party hotline that nobody seems to be calling anymore. (My cell phone). Give it a try, I'm standing by."
Since their recent foray into the world of brand marketing, Mean Jeans have been living the life: chugging Mountain Dew, scarfing Totino's, auditioning for the next Bill & Ted's excellent adventure, and generally keeping it real. Luckily they found the time to bang out the new album, Gigantic Sike, and it's a ripper! The first single, "Party Line," is meant to be cranked up with the top down. Party captain himself, Billy Jeans offers up his endorsement: "Selling out to Mountain Dew wasn't all it's cracked up to be, so Mean Jeans are back with a straight-up stripped-down party punk record. It's called Gigantic Sike. It was gonna be called something more reasonable and the songs were gonna be more marketable and I was gonna get a real job, but we put a big 'ol sike on it instead. 'Party Line' is basically a jingle for the party hotline that nobody seems to be calling anymore. (My cell phone). Give it a try, I'm standing by."
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Gigantic Sike
Artist: Mean Jeans
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Since their recent foray into the world of brand marketing, Mean Jeans have been living the life: chugging Mountain Dew, scarfing Totino's, auditioning for the next Bill & Ted's excellent adventure, and generally keeping it real. Luckily they found the time to bang out the new album, Gigantic Sike, and it's a ripper! The first single, "Party Line," is meant to be cranked up with the top down. Party captain himself, Billy Jeans offers up his endorsement: "Selling out to Mountain Dew wasn't all it's cracked up to be, so Mean Jeans are back with a straight-up stripped-down party punk record. It's called Gigantic Sike. It was gonna be called something more reasonable and the songs were gonna be more marketable and I was gonna get a real job, but we put a big 'ol sike on it instead. 'Party Line' is basically a jingle for the party hotline that nobody seems to be calling anymore. (My cell phone). Give it a try, I'm standing by."