Sister Jack

Spoon

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MRG273 | Release Date 2005

"Sister Jack" is the fantastic new single from Spoon's break-out success Gimme Fiction. A song as fine as any in the Lennon/McCartney pantheon, 'Sister Jack' will be blasting from stereos around the world well into the new year. Includes a QuickTime video for 'Sister Jack' directed by Peter Simonite.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Sister Jack 03:38 $0.99 Buy
Play I Turn My Camera On (John McEntire Remix) 06:09 $0.99 Buy
Play Sunday Morning Wednesday Night 03:43 $0.99 Buy

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