7" colored vinyl with B-side etching
A 7-inch single by the fictional band Citizen Dick from the Cameron Crowe romantic comedy film "Singles" featuring members of Pearl Jam. Side A is "Touch Me I'm Dick" and side B features an etching of a quote about the song from Matt Dillon's character Cliff Poncier, lead singer of Citizen Dick.
"Singles," released in 1992, centers on the lives of a group of young people, mostly in their 20s, living in an apartment block in Seattle, Washington, and is divided into chapters. It focuses on the course of two couples' rocky romances, as well as the love lives of their friends and associates.
The film stars Bridget Fonda as Janet, a coffee-bar waitress fawning over Cliff, an aspiring, yet slightly aloof rock musician (Matt Dillon) of the fictional grunge/rock band Citizen Dick, Kyra Sedgwick and Campbell Scott as Linda Powell and Steve Dunne, respectively — a couple wavering on whether to commit to each other, and Sheila Kelley as Debbie Hunt, who is trying to find Mr. Right — a man who would make an ideal romantic partner — by making a video to express her desire. The events of the film are set against the backdrop of the early 1990s grunge movement in Seattle.
|1. Touch Me I'm Dick|