Funny thing about this split single though. Per the liner notes, courtesy of The Smugglers and CBC Radio 2's Grant Lawrence, the record was inspired by a mutual love for the Rolling Stones' Tattoo You long-player (arguably their last truly great album, but that's a topic for another discussion that I'll probably never get around to). What's so odd is that out of three cuts here only one of them is a Stones cover, namely a sloppy, live collaborative rendition of "Hang Fire." Better than one that none I suppose. The A-side is comprised of remakes by Stones influenced bands, DMZ and The Boys. Go figure. Check out Grant's liner notes on the back sleeve for the full scoop.
A1. Bum - Lift Up Your Hood (DMZ)
A2. Smugglers - Kiss Like a Nun (The Boys)
B. Bumglers - Hang Fire (live 6/19/93 at the Crocodile Cafe in Seattle, WA)