Quality Control (song)
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|Single by Jurassic 5|
|from the album Quality Control|
|Released||June 20, 2000|
|Genre||Alternative hip hop|
The single was released shortly after "Improvise / Concrete Schoolyard."
The b-side was "Twelve," a much less popular song from Quality Control. This is unusual because Jurassic 5 had a history of putting fairly well known songs relative to the A-sides as B-Sides on their singles.
The music video of the song (directed by Jeff Richter) starts with a young child who buys an ice cream cone from an ice cream truck. He eats the ice cream while his mother drives him in her car through an urban neighborhood. While eating, he looks through a ViewMaster and the members of Jurassic 5 are shown inside it, as what he sees. At the end of the video, it is shown that the members of Jurassic 5 are in fact outside at a street corner, and the child's mother drives past.