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Album track by Supersport 2000
Album Shine Like the Holy Grail (1995-1997)
Length 3:03
Status Circulating
Shine Like the Holy Grail (1995-1997) track listing

"Popeye" is a song by Supersport 2000.



"Popeye" is one of many circulating demos by Supersport 2000. It was included as the fifth track of the Shine Like the Holy Grail (1995-1997) online bootleg. It is unknown how the song initially leaked, so the titles given to these bootleg MP3's are not considered official.

The song's lyrics feature direct references to both 1930's cartoon character Popeye as well as the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen.

The song "Superbabe 2000" by power pop band Size 14 samples parts of the "Bohemian Rhapsody" inspired verse.




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