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Music Video: Toe Jam (feat. David Byrne & Dizzee Rascal)

Artisit: The BPA

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:27

  • Copyright: The BPA

Music Video For Toe Jam (feat. David Byrne & Dizzee Rascal) By Artist The BPA

Reviews For Toe Jam (feat. David Byrne & Dizzee Rascal) By Artist The BPA

  • Mixed Up Screw Up

    By All We Are Saying...
    Why oh why are there two versions??? Ahhh one has bleeped out F**Ked Up World & the other lets it all hang out (less the "goodies" are still blacked out). I too want to exchange my song's... I 'd rather hav ethe unedited version.... Yes, YES! Me the "knock off the Cussing" reviewer... There's a place & then there's juts doing it to sell CDs. This is the place... Fergie & her fellow Hip-Hop/Popsters are selling - Pimp Style! Hey ITunes; perhaps you should distinguish which Toe Jam is which Jam??? Eh? That would save you some headaches. Can you say REFUND PLEASE!!!!??? Ching Ching! NO SALE! Ok - having said that... This - FOLKS - is a GREAT SONG! I won't repeat my review - look @ the edited version for the Willie Jive Man ramble on opinion.... Love it. just wish ITunes wouldn't have "screwed it up!" But - hey - Thanks for the incredible tune & hillarious video... Avert your eyes - if skin is a sin in your world.... otherwise - This is a treasure! OH HOY MATEY!!!!
  • Explicit and clean versions are incorrectly labeled.

    By JHMoore
    Can you check my account, and refund for one. I had to buy both, because I didn't realize they were mixed up until I had already downloaded the first. Thank you!

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