Crash and the Boys open their gig at The Rockit with this song, the song lasts only 0.4 seconds. Stephen Stills praises them for their incredibly fast playing, whilst Wallace Wells simply insults them, telling the band it's not a race, prompting them to dedicate their next song to him.
In the movieEdit
The song also appears in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (film) and is written by Broken Social Scene. The is performed as the opening for Crash and the Boys' gig at the Rockit. The song is longer in the movie, lasting roughly four seconds as opposed 0.4 seconds.
This song is called "I Am So Sad, So Very, Very Sad"
This next one's called "We Hate You, Please Die"
- In the movie soundtrack, it's referred to as "I am so Sad, so Very Very Sad", as opposed to "I am so Sad, I am so Very Very Sad" in the actual movie.
- In the book, this song is shorter than the Guiness World Record for Shortest Recorded Song, Napalm Death's "You Suffer", by about 0.9 seconds.