Illustration from The History and Manual of Odd Fellowship by Theodore Ross and Jay Crawford, 1900
I hope it doesn't sound like I'm bragging when I say I never really fell for the Dandy Warhols' schtick. I thought that "Not If You Were the Last Junky on Earth" was an okay song at the time, but I probably wouldn't ever have listened to them much if I hadn't had a friend working at Capitol Records who was more than willing to get me free CDs of all kinds. "Cool as Kim Deal" is one of their songs that I'll always have a soft spot for because (a) it has Kim Deal's name in the title, and she rules all day long, and (b) it has some cool handclaps in it. This song is almost good enough to make me forget the image of Zia McCabe's boobs bouncing around in that atrocious "Boys Better" video. But not quite.
"Cool as Kim Deal" by the Dandy Warhols