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Entering Jimmy Nicholls’ (who owned the local Pharaoh Records label, releasing material by several other Texas musical acts) studio in McAllen, Texas along with the Bad Seeds, the Zakary Thaks recorded "Bad Girl", for all intents and purposes as a live number on a basic two-track tape. [4] All five members collaborated to pen the song, which was coupled with their compelling cover version of the Kinks' " I Need You ". For lead vocalist Chris Gerniottis, "Bad Girl" was "like the one true picture of what the Zakary Thaks were as a group". [2] Indeed, the composition reflects upon the group's adolescent sound inspired by early-Kinks music, though Gerniottis's bluesy vocals are remarkably mature given that he was only 15-years-old at the time of the song's recording. Musically, "Bad Girl" is also highlighted by Stan Moore's frantic drumming , and lead guitarist John Lopez's double-time guitar break, assembling one of the best examples of the musical genre of garage rock. [5]


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