And having basked in that fine, fine, superfine stuff by the Surfrajettes, my wandering attentions turned to the middle 1960s and the distinctly different Continental Co-Ets, a (1) surf/garage band from Fulda, Minnesota (2) made up of four — later five — high-school girls. The legendary IGL (“Iowa/Great Lakes”) label issued one Co-Ets single, the A-side of which was a facile Mean Girls kiss-off called “I Don’t Love You No More” which would have fit right into a 1965 Kinks set.
On the flip, though, was an instrumental called “Medley of Junk,” and you know most of it already:
And yes, it really runs 2:47.
The Co-Ets cut one more single, “Let’s Live for the Present,” which didn’t emerge from the vault until 1994; its B-side is a weirdly spectral cover of the standard “Ebb Tide,” slowed down to two-thirds Martin Denny speed.