Linger Ficken' Good

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Linger Ficken' Good
Linger Ficken Good.jpg
Studio album by Revolting Cocks
Released September 28, 1993
Recorded 1990, 1993 in Chicago, Illinois
Genre Industrial rock
Length 64:34
Label Sire/Reprise/Warner Bros.
Producer Revolting Cocks
Revolting Cocks chronology
Beers, Steers, and Queers
(1990)Beers, Steers, and Queers1990
Linger Ficken' Good
Cocked and Loaded
(2006)Cocked and Loaded2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly B[2]

Linger Ficken' Good ... and Other Barnyard Oddities is the third studio album by Revolting Cocks. The title is a satirical Spoonerism of the advertising slogan employed by KFC in the 1970s—"Finger Lickin' Good."

Videos were made for two singles, the first of which was the cover of "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" which featured Chris Connelly prominently, interacting with the patrons of a sleazy strip club, including Jewel Shepard and Linnea Quigley, and being horrified when the club switches into a nightmarish environment (exterior shots were filmed in front of the Ridglea Theater in Fort Worth, Texas).[3] The second video was for "Crackin' Up", which was played on an episode of Beavis & Butthead.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Revolting Cocks unless noted.

No. Title Length
1. "Gila Copter" 5:58
2. "Creep" 8:50
3. "Mr. Lucky" 4:39
4. "Crackin' Up" 6:26
5. "Sergio" 6:32
6. "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" (Rod Stewart, Carmine Appice, Duane Hitchings) 5:34
7. "The Rockabye" 7:19
8. "Butcher Flower's Woman" 4:57
9. "Dirt" 5:07
10. "Linger Ficken' Good" 9:12
Total length: 64:34


Da Ya Think I'm Sexy? (1993)

  1. "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?"
  2. "Sergio Guitar" (Alternate Version Of "Sergio")
  3. "Wrong Sexy Mix" (Alternate Version Of "The Rockabye")

Crackin' Up (1994)

  1. "Crackin' Up [Video Edit]"
  2. "Crackin' Up [Amyl Nitrate Mix]"
  3. "Gila Copter [Version 2]"


Revolting Cocks[edit]

Revolving Cocks[edit]

Revolting Pussies[edit]

  • Patty Jourgensen – spoken word (10)
  • Kim Assaley – spoken word (10)

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Steve Spapperi – engineer
  • Paul Manno – engineer
  • Critter – engineer
  • Tom Baker – mastering
  • Rick Buscher – cover art
  • Michael Balch – programming (4, uncredited)


  • Christoper Pray - "What's in the bag, man...?"

Taken from the movie Dirty Harry, when Harry encounters a bunch of would-be muggers in a tunnel, used in "Crackin' Up"

  • Boyz N the ’Hood -- "Crack Rock n Shit!", "Got Some Blow/Got Some Rock?", "Pushin The Rock", "Always trying to start some shit...!"

Quotes from the movie are very heavily sampled in "Crackin' Up."

  • Gila Copter - "You have the power!"

Taken from the movie Silence Of The Lambs, in the segment when the mother of the kidnapped girl addresses the kidnapper on television, pleading him to free her daughter.


  1. ^ "Licker Fickin' Good... - Revolting Cocks". AllMusic. 
  2. ^ "Review: 'Linger Ficken' Good"". Entertainment Weekly. New York. November 26, 1993. p. 67. ...Call [Linger Ficken' Good] cacophonous, irreverent, profane, inspired, manic. Just don't call it `industrial'... 
  3. ^ "To Avoid Fainting". Psychotronic Video. No. 17. Winter 1994. p. 8–9. Retrieved March 19, 2018.