First Radio Tape - October 1987

by Bulkhead

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released October 1, 1987

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Bulkhead Boston, Massachusetts

During Bulkhead's 6+ year career (1987-1994) the band released two LPs, Plunk (1992 - Sonic Bubblegum) and Gas Giants (1994 - Shimmy Disk) and two 7-inch singles. Often cited as a link between Mission of Burma and the Pixies, Bulkhead came to prominence in the Boston rock scene with the local radio hits Zooks (1987), Saw Ya (1990) and Leaves In Virginia (1991). ... more

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Track Name: Zooks (Go Home Right Now)
He became before dawn and he put his shoes on. And he walked on down the hall. I caught him, I caught him pouring shampoo down the toilet with his thumb in his mouth. Back up! Back up! he said. Go home right now. Peter, you forgot to change the cast. You forgot it twice. Don't forget to change the cast. He dropped to the ground, he was upset. He started hitting his head with his hand.

My eye hurts! My back hurts. Go home right now. My eye hurts, my eye hurts, my back hurts, go home right now, go home right now, go home right now, my eye hurts, my back hurts (etc).

Go home right now he said. I choose you to walk to go get the keys for wagon number 2 and don't forget to honk the horn when we go through the gate in the middle the new way. You forgot to honk the horn. You forgot to put your seat belt on. Go home right now! Go home right now.

Maureen said yes, get the keys for wagon number 2 right now and don't forget to turn the radio on. And don't forget the change the cast. You forgot it twice.

Go home right now, go home right now. My eye hurts, my back hurts. Go home right now. Go home right now. My back hurts, my eye hurts. Go home right now. Go home right now (etc)