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Q: Comidy song seventies and eightys ( Answered,   3 Comments )
Subject: Comidy song seventies and eightys
Category: Arts and Entertainment
Asked by: cdmaker70-ga
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Posted: 17 May 2004 14:00 PDT
Expires: 16 Jun 2004 14:00 PDT
Question ID: 347804
I think it was by Eddy Murphy or Martin fry and one of the lyrics was
"I kept reaching for her poesy but she kept giving me her aas".  I
heard this on a badly copied tape can any body help me find the song
Album or artist

Clarification of Question by cdmaker70-ga on 17 May 2004 14:11 PDT
One of the songs or the title of the album Is electric poesie sucker
Subject: Re: Comidy song seventies and eightys
Answered By: aceresearcher-ga on 24 May 2004 07:49 PDT
Greetings, cdmaker70!

You can purchase either of Blowfly's "Rapp Nasty" or "Analthology" CDs here:

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Subject: Re: Comidy song seventies and eightys
From: pinkfreud-ga on 17 May 2004 14:14 PDT
I had so success in finding this, but thanks for the laugh. Love the
wordplay in your quote!

If the rest of the song is as funny as this line, I am very eager to
see the lyrics. Hope someone can turn 'em up.
Subject: Re: Comidy song seventies and eightys
From: jamespro-ga on 22 May 2004 10:45 PDT
The track you remember may be "Electronic Pussy Sucker". One version
of that track can be heard at .
That version doesn't sound like a good match for the lyrics you

There is a different track by Blowfly which appears to be a better
match for the lyrics you remember. Also called "Electronic Pussy
Sucker", published by Metrovinyl in 1984 or 1985. It is available on
the album "For president" published in 1988. You can hear the
introduction at
(Caution, explicit lyrics) and that may be enough for you to confirm
that it is the track you remember. The track is also available on the
CD "The Best of Blowfly: Analthology" (not a typo in the last word)
and "Rapp Nasty" released in 1998.

I don't have samples of either track which are long enough to confirm
whether one of them has the piece of the lyrics you remember.

You may be thinking of Martin Fry because of the track "The Look of
Love" by the British group ABC.
Subject: Re: Comidy song seventies and eighties
From: cdmaker70-ga on 24 May 2004 03:47 PDT
This is sounds spot on jamespro-ga I wonder if you know where I can
purchase Rapp Nasty album I?ve tried Amazon etc but they don?t have
any in stock

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