It’s A Tranny Inferno!

June 8, 2007 ·

As the years go by, I tend to think that this culture is becoming more and more progressive. But I’ve seen snippets of the past that keep reminding me it isn’t exactly the case. Take this song for example, it came out in 1979.

sammyjoanne.mp3

You think this would make it on any album, much less get air play?

H/T to Popeye Pete

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