We Don't Exist

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"We Don't Exist"
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Single by Meat Puppets
from the album Too High to Die
Released 1994
Format CD single
Genre Alternative rock
Label London Records
Writer(s) Curt Kirkwood
Meat Puppets singles chronology
"Backwater"
(1994)
"We Don't Exist"
(1994)
"Tender Cuts"
(1994)

"We Don't Exist" is the first promotional release from the Too High to Die record. Includes two versions of "We Don’t Exist" and the Marty Robbins cover "El Paso City". The Marty Robbins cover is also released on the Raw Meat EP.

Track listing[edit]

(All songs by Curt Kirkwood unless otherwise noted)

  1. "We Don't Exist" (remix) - 3:46
  2. "We Don't Exist" - 3:45
  3. "El Paso City" (Marty Robbins) - 3:43

The Australian release features the above, plus a live version of 'Lake of Fire'.

Music video[edit]

The music video for We Don't Exist shows the band playing in a black and white town. It was nominated for Best Rock Video at the 1995 MTV Video Music Awards.

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