Flea & Tick

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Super lo-fi duo of unspecified genre from a record review in the Rolling Stone parody "Rock 'N' Rollin' Stone" feature of tween satire mag Crazy #3 (March 1974). Their new single is "I Don't Love You Since You Ate My Dog" on Dog Eat Dog Records.


  • Nugg Fletcher
  • Pakaka Rodriguez

The lyrics have nothing to do with dogs or eating. Where the title is derived from is a mystery. Rodriguez will only say, "It seemed appropriate."


There is a bridge across the junkheap.

I built it with my brother.

Three guys came and spit on it.

And I spit on my brother.

We built another bridge that day.

Across a farm.

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