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* MisaimedFandom: Some fans have speculated that their song "Rolling" was about getting high. It wasn't until the liner notes of ''Lust in Phaze'' that Mike admitted the song was about ecstasy -- and that he regretted writing it, because ecstasy was his gateway drug to harder stuff like opiates.


* EarWorm
** "I'm rollin', I'm rollin', I'm rollin', I'm rollin'-a."
** "Get onto the bus! That's gonna take you back to Beelzebub!"


* OdeToIntoxication: Some fans have speculated that their song "Rolling" was about getting high. It wasn't until the liner notes of ''Lust in Phaze'' that Mike admitted the song was about ecstasy -- and that he regretted writing it, because ecstasy was his gateway drug to harder stuff like opiates.


* MisattributedSong: Propellerheads remixed "Super Bon Bon", but they never did a remix of "Circles". The mix that always shows up credited to them is actually by Ashley Beedle.

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Propellerheads remixed "Super Bon Bon", but they never did a remix of "Circles". The mix that always shows up credited to them is actually by Ashley Beedle.



* SongAssociation: Go to any YouTube video for "Rolling" or "Circles" and see how many millennials say that they know either song from the station bumper music videos Creator/CartoonNetwork created for them using clips from WesternAnimation/BettyBoop and Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons, respectively.

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* SongAssociation: Go to any YouTube [=YouTube=] video for "Rolling" or "Circles" and see how many millennials say that they know either song from the station bumper music videos Creator/CartoonNetwork created for them using clips from WesternAnimation/BettyBoop and Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons, respectively.


* EarWorm: "Rolling"
** This could also be LyricalDissonance due to the fact that it's about tripping on ecstasy.

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* EarWorm: "Rolling"
EarWorm
** This could also be LyricalDissonance due to "I'm rollin', I'm rollin', I'm rollin', I'm rollin'-a."
** "Get onto
the fact that it's about tripping on ecstasy.bus! That's gonna take you back to Beelzebub!"


* AdaptationDisplacement: It's altogether likely that most people's first (if not only) experience with the band comes from the Creator/CartoonNetwork produced music videos for "Rolling" and "Circles" featuring WesternAnimation/BettyBoop and classic Creator/HannaBarbera characters respectively.



* SignatureSong: Pick one from each album -- "Down to This" (or, alternatively, "Screenwriter's Blues"), "Super Bon Bon" or "Circles".

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* SignatureSong: Pick one from each album -- "Down to This" (or, alternatively, "Screenwriter's Blues"), "Super Bon Bon" or "Circles"."Circles".
* SongAssociation: Go to any YouTube video for "Rolling" or "Circles" and see how many millennials say that they know either song from the station bumper music videos Creator/CartoonNetwork created for them using clips from WesternAnimation/BettyBoop and Creator/HannaBarbera cartoons, respectively.

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** "Mermaid" by Mark Degli Antoni has been misattributed as a Soul Coughing rarity - fairly close, since it's a solo piece by a Soul Coughing member featuring most of the rest of the group (only Mike Doughty wasn't involved). It was even played as an "intro" at some Soul Coughing performances.


* SignatureSong: Pick one from each album -- "Down to This", "Super Bon Bon" or "Circles".

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* SignatureSong: Pick one from each album -- "Down to This", This" (or, alternatively, "Screenwriter's Blues"), "Super Bon Bon" or "Circles".


* SignatureSong: Either "Super Bon Bon" or "Circles".

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* SignatureSong: Either Pick one from each album -- "Down to This", "Super Bon Bon" or "Circles".

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* HarsherInHindsight: The opening lines of "Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago".
-->''A man\\
drives a plane\\
into the\\
Chrysler Building.''


* OdeToIntoxication: Some fans have speculated that their song "Rolling" was about getting high.

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* OdeToIntoxication: Some fans have speculated that their song "Rolling" was about getting high. It wasn't until the liner notes of ''Lust in Phaze'' that Mike admitted the song was about ecstasy -- and that he regretted writing it, because ecstasy was his gateway drug to harder stuff like opiates.

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** This could also be LyricalDissonance due to the fact that it's about tripping on ecstasy.

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* AdaptationDisplacement: It's altogether likely that most people's first (if not only) experience with the band comes from the Creator/CartoonNetwork produced music videos for "Rolling" and "Circles" featuring WesternAnimation/BettyBoop and classic Creator/HannaBarbera characters respectively.

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* MisattributedSong: Propellerheads remixed "Super Bon Bon", but they never did a remix of "Circles". The mix that always shows up credited to them is actually by Ashley Beedle.


* OdeToIntoxication: Some fans have speculated that their song "Rolling" was about getting high.

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* OdeToIntoxication: Some fans have speculated that their song "Rolling" was about getting high.
* SignatureSong: Either "Super Bon Bon" or "Circles".

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