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Nobody but Me – The Human Beinz

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Published on February 20, 2016 with No Comments

Originally released by The Isley Brothers in 1962. The song was covered by Youngstown, Ohio’s The Human Beinz and made them one-hit wonders after the song reached number eight on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1968.

The Human Beinz’ recording was a reworking and extension of the last part of the Isley Brothers’ original song. It was included on some versions of Lenny Kaye’s Nuggets compilation, and is now recognised as a prime example of soul-influenced garage rock.

A segment of “Nobody But Me” was also featured during the “House of Blue Leaves” fight scene in Quentin Tarantino’s 2004 film Kill Bill: Volume 1. It was also used in The Departed in the scene where Billy brutally beats the two gangsters from Providence. A lip-dub of the song opened the seventh season of The Office.

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