Citizen Dick Gets Debut Release Over Two Decades Later

After well over two decades, Citizen Dick, the fictional band portrayed in the movie ‘Singles’ is finally releasing their tongue in cheek single “Touch Me I’m Dick.” Of course the song is a play on words mimicking the Mudhoney tune with one different letter and the band is Citizen Dick.

In case you’ve forgotten or never knew in the first place, Citizen Dick, was a fictional grunge band featured in the Cameron Crowe 1992 film Singles about our local music scene. Now the band is getting a 7-inch release for Record Store Day 2015. The vinyl will feature “Touch Me I’m Dick,” on Side A, and Side B will be a humorous explanation of the meaning of the song. “My name is Dick, and, you know, you can touch me, but, I think, you know, it can be seen either way.” – Cliff Poncier, Citizen Dick

Pearl Jam collectors are going to be in seventh heaven on Saturday, April 18, when this year’s annual Record Store Day officially kicks off. Citizen Dick featured members of Pearl Jam while they were still doing business as Mookie Blaylock and there is plenty of nostalgia surrounding this release… read more >

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