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"Sister Jack"
Single by Spoon
B-side 'I Turn My Camera On (John McEntire Remix)
'Sunday Morning Wednesday Night'
Released November 8, 2005
Format 7", CD5
Genre Indie rock
Length 3:38
Label Merge
Writer(s) Britt Daniel
Producer Mike McCarthy, Britt Daniel, Jim Eno
Spoon singles chronology
My First Time, Vol. 3
(2005)
'Sister Jack'
(2005)
The Underdog
(2007)

"Sister Jack" is a single from indie rock band Spoon. It was released in 2005, and is found on their album Gimme Fiction. A piano demo of the title track can be found on the bonus disc included with limited editions of Gimme Fiction. "Sister Jack" was also featured on the Wedding Crashers soundtrack.

From "Sister Jack", the lyrics "I was in this drop-D metal band we called Requiem" refers to Joshua Zarbo's first band, Requiem.[1] Zarbo was the bassist for Spoon up until Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga.

Track listing

  1. "Sister Jack" – 3:38
  2. "I Turn My Camera On (John McEntire Remix)" – 6:09
  3. "Sunday Morning Wednesday Night" - 3:51

References

  1. ^ John Vanderslice Website johnvanderslice.com, March 18, 2005

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