Category: Rock

  1. Jukree Reply
    Cassette; Edition. Singles & EPs; Imports. Imports; Availability. Include Out of Stock; Advertisement Advertisement Spit in your ear. by Spitting Image out of 5 stars 8. Audio CD Vinyl SPITTING IMAGE - SANTA CLAUS IS ON THE DOLE - 7 inch vinyl / 45 record. by SPITTING IMAGE.
  2. Voodootilar Reply
    Album. Spit In Your Ear Spitting Image. Released Spit In Your Ear Tracklist. The Chicken Song (The Celebrity Mega Mix) Lyrics. About “Spit In Your Ear”.
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    May 12,  · best ever spitting image part 1 of 7.
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    Spit in your ear Spitting Image Format: Audio CD. If you are old enough to remember Spitting Image from TV, then this will bring back memories. Pure, unadulterated, non politically correct, political satire! Was a fan of Spitting Images in the 's and had this as a cassette at the time. It was hilarious, bought the CD and still find /5(7).
  5. Voodoorisar Reply
    Spitting Image discography and songs: Music profile for Spitting Image. Genres: Novelty, Musical Parody, Christmas Music. Albums include Spit in Your Ear .
  6. Faekasa Reply
    Spitting Image was a satirical puppet show that ran on the United Kingdom's ITV television network from to The programme was produced by Spitting Image Productions for Central. In , the Spitting Image puppets had a number one hit in the UK charts with The Chicken Song.
  7. Aragis Reply
    Spittin' Image is identical twins Blain and Brian Swabb, a musical/ comedy duo. Professional entertainers since , after 9 years on the road in the hotel/ resort circuit, Spittin' Image now plays fairs, festivals, clubs, lodges, corporate events, Senior facilities, churches, and everything in between.
  8. Tet Reply
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