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Rock Show (Grinspoon song)

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Rock Show (Grinspoon song)

"Rock Show"
Single by Grinspoon
from the album Easy
Released 1999
Recorded September 1999
Genre Alternative metal
Length 4:05
Label Universal Records
Producer Jonathon Burnside
Grinspoon singles chronology

Ready 1
Rock Show

"Rock Show" is the second single by Grinspoon from their second studio album Easy, released in 1999. Whilst the single failed to chart on the Australian singles chart it did reach No. 33 on Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2000.

The video shows Phil Jamieson as a host on a game show similar to The Price Is Right, where the contestants are the band members and a girl.

The chorus is often altered by young fans from "Kid in a rock show" to the risque "Get an erection", especially at gigs and concerts.

Track listing

  1. "Rock Show" - 3:42
  2. "Undercover" (Acoustic) -4:27
  3. "Ready 1" (Live at Big Day Out) - 2:45


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