We´re Exhibitionists, Mikkel Steen/Michael Hansen
Vocals, rhythm guitar: Mikkel Steen
Lead guitar, backing vocals: Michael Hansen
Bass: Morten Hansen
Drums, backing vocals: Morten Kühlmann
Recorded in the Ole Erling Studio, autumn 1990
7th song appearing on The Sky Tape (Skybåndet), length x:xx minutes
12th song appearing on Revolution In Your Balls, disc one
Another song mainly written by Michael and introduced to the rest of the guys as Interrogation Methods. The whole thing was finished and ready to rehearse, but after it was run through a couple of times the classic “can I see your nipples”-exchange between Mikkel and Michael was included – this more or less turned the main topic of the song from interrogations into… exhibitionism. After that the song ended up exactly as it can be heard on the tape. Kuhlmann’s drumming and importance to the band was thoroughly displayed on this very track. His drumming carries the whole song,
This song survived many years and was one of the only early Hue-songs to make it into the quality-minded and choosy Cheese’s live repertoire. This also meant that the song ended up being very different from the initial hue-version, but unfortunately there are no available live recordings of what the Cheese did to this classic Hue-track.
Michael: It was meant to be another critical set lyrics, but after one of those funny moments at the rehearsals we changed the whole thing into the exhibitionist-theme. And out of this sprung one of our best live-songs and - of course - the whole stripping thing that we - or maybe rather I - surprised the audiences with...
The riff is the best part of the song, and it is one of the tracks I wish we would have rearranged and recorded at a later stage. Better sound, a better solo and maybe a slightly more tight performance would have helped this one!
Mikkel: A certain hit with the crowds, which was the reason this song survived for so long. It was always terrific to play live because of its simplicity in the verse and chorus. The B-piece was another kettle of fish, though – this was where we got to jam at our concerts. I think that if we recorded the song today and added all the different B-pieces we made for it, the whole track would be like 3 hours long!
Junior: We always used to end our early Cheese-concerts with this one. Like the rest of the band will agree, this song underwent quite a few changes. I don't remember all the details, but I remember that we used to end it by incorporating The Simpson's theme. Equilibristic!