She is so evil for chopping Bikini Porn at the end like that. Yeah I know streaming and replay value and whatever, but a lot of the songs on Sunshine Kitty were short too and I never felt like I was missing anything from them. This is the first time that it feels like she deliberately cut a minute off, which could've taken the song from great to exceptional. I love the menacing undertone of it and it really could've gone places with a little more room to breathe. Sigh. It's still catchy as hell though. She really understands the barebones of pop, and I think that's why her melodies are always so effortless and her hooks are so sharp and tight.