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Cover Story: The Judy’s Come Back

In honor of Chris Gray’s feature on the return of The Judy’s, we rounded up some greatest hits from YouTube. Just like with any other search of that site, we found the good, the bad and the fairly weird.

We’ll start things off with “Guyana Punch,” the 15th greatest Houston song of all time. This clip comes from a 1981 performance at the Agora Ballroom:

Also from the Agora Ballroom show is this clip of “Joey the Mechanical Boy”:

Up next is this clip of a guy playing Judy’s jams in his kitchen:

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