Cruisin' the Streets

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"Cruisin' the Streets"
Song by Boys Town Gang
Recorded 1980
Genre Disco
Label Moby Dick Records
Writer(s) Bill Motley
Producer(s) Bill Motley

"Cruisin' the Streets" is a disco song released in 1981 by the Boys Town Gang. The song reached number 5 on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart.[1]

Song description[edit]

The extended version of the song includes a lengthy dialogue taking place at night in a gay cruising area in an unspecified city. The dialogue consists of gay men cruising each other, discussing their sexual encounters and conversing with a female prostitute. At one point, a police car stops and two policemen step out and confront two men who are engaging in sexual activity. One of the officers asks the other officer what should be done, and the other officer states that he knows "just what to do to 'em" and from the subsequent noises it is obvious that the officers are having anal sex with the two men, while the female prostitute moans, obviously masturbating while watching the scene.

Track listing[edit]

"Cruisin' the Streets"
No. Title Writer(s) Sections Length
1. "Remember Me" / "Ain't No Mountain High Enough Suite" Ashford and Simpson Overture / Remember Me / Ain't No Mountain High Enough / Reprise / Finale 14:00
2. "Cruisin' the Streets" Bill Motley Cruisin' / Rejected / The Pick-Up / Busted / Reprise 13:09

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Boys Town Gang Discography". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2016-10-17.