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This album's eight tracks revolve around popular dances or nefarious characters. "Baby Hilly Gully," a frantic dancer about a popular dance among Blacks, got some airplay for the California natives. "The Slop" was one of their typically high-powered zany jams, and was also based on an inner city dance. "Big Boy Pete" had people singing the street-tough lyrics all across America, and "Boo-Dee-Green" was the 1960s' fascination with a woman's posterior. An entity since the '50s, and still performing in the '90s, the Olympics never had much pop success.