Yob (song)

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"Yob"
Single by TISM
from the album www.tism.wanker.com
B-side The Last Australian Guitar Hero
Released 17 November 1997
Format CD Single
Recorded May, 1997
Vocals: September, 1997
Genre Alternative rock
Length 14:37
Label Shock/genre b.goode
Writer(s) TISM
Producer(s) TISM and Laurence Maddy
TISM singles chronology
Shut Up - The Footy's On The Radio
(1997)
Yob
(1997)
I Might Be A Cunt, But I'm Not A Fucking Cunt
(1998)

"Yob" is the first single from TISM's 1998 album www.tism.wanker.com. It interpolates a sample of the song "Hawaiian Cowboy" by Sol K. Bright.

Song[edit]

One of the main themes on the album www.tism.wanker.com is the distinction between the two classes of males, the yobs and the wankers. This song details the "ingredients" which go into making up a yob. It basically lists the various things which a person can do and a following action to take on such an event, the action classifying the person as a yob if he indulges in these activities.

Track listing[edit]

A very slightly remixed version of track two was also released on Att: Shock Records Faulty Pressing Do Not Manufacture, the bonus disc which came on initial pressings of wanker.com. The version of "Yob" appearing on wanker.com is the 3:20 version, but with a different vocal track.

  1. "Yob (3.20 version)"
  2. "The Last Australian Guitar Hero"
  3. "Yob (4.40 version)"

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