A true frat rock classic, "Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love)" rates right up there with such records as "Louie, Louie" and "Wooly Bully" in terms of atmosphere, funkiness, and overall fun. A Top 20 in spring of 1966, the song is led by the somewhat dissonant Farfasia organ of Brent Fortson, which is eerily similar to the riff behind Question Mark & the Mysterians' "96 Tears," a song that was cut right around the same time. A rolling, R&B-inspired rhythm keeps the tempo moving forward, while the lyrics, sung in true, unison frat style by the whole group, equates a woman's love with powerful liquor. The "double shot" idea may have been picked up by the Doors for their "Love Me Two Times," but this is mere speculation. A simple, silly, and fun record, "Double Shot" is a staple of oldies radio, and is also available on Rhino's epic Nuggets box set.