Me First and the Gimme Gimmes - WikipediaIf you thought you knew how unoriginal the Gimmes are, think again. These lazy bastards only do cover songs, that we all know, but the boys have pushed the concept way beyond the known limits of punk lazyness. Everything about the band was stolen somewhere. They couldn't even come up with an original name for fuck's sake Yep, "Me First and the Gimme Gimmes" is the title of a story book for troubled kids which we all are or were Jampolsky and Diane V. Here's what a reader has to say about this book :.
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
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The Gimmes work exclusively as a cover band. They specialize in rapid-fire punk interpretations of a wide range of songs, often with a humorous edge. The band is named after a children's book of the same name by Gerald G. Jampolsky and Diane V. The band's first release came with 's Denver , a 7" single released on band member Fat Mike's record label Fat Wreck Chords , featuring two John Denver covers. The band released four more singles in and , each on a different label and named after the artist covered on that particular release, as well as some compilation appearances.