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Piss Factory
"Piss Factory"
Piss Factory - Patti Smith.jpg
Single by Patti Smith
"Hey Joe"
"Piss Factory"
Released 1974 (1974)
Recorded Electric Lady Studios,
June 5, 1974
Genre Protopunk
Length 4:41
Label Mer
Patti Smith, Richard Sohl
Lenny Kaye

"Piss Factory" is a protopunk song written by Patti Smith and Richard Sohl, and released as a B-side on Smith's debut single "Hey Joe" in 1974. It was included on the Vertigo Records compilation album New Wave in 1977, Sire Records 1992 compilation album Just Say Yesterday,[1] and later reissued on the rarities compilation Land (1975-2002).

In 1989, Dave Marsh placed the song on the list of The 1001 Greatest Singles Ever Made.[2]

The song originated as a poem written by Smith about the time she spent working in a baby buggy factory, expressing her assurance that she would not let the experience kill her ambitions.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Sire Records Says Yes to Some Rare 'Classic' Oldies - latimes". 18 September 1992. Retrieved 2016. 
  2. ^ "Best of All-time Lists". Acclaimed Music. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ Pat Pemberton (June 8, 2012). "Piss Factory". RollingStone. 

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