One of my favorite parts of any M.O.T.O. song is the neat little Beatles rip that starts off the cassette version of "Dick About It"-- something that isn't as apparent on the 7" version, which disappointed me a bit when I first heard it, in like 1988 or whenever it was. The original version also has a fine speck of a guitar lead that Paul ended up turning into an entire song, "Blast of Silence", decades later. He tends to be resourceful like that.
When M.O.T.O. played at Cafe Nine a few weeks ago, Paul began the set by playing "I Like Fucking" solo, without the backing band; the place was pretty still at the time (hardly anyone was there anyway, as it was a Wednesday), so hearing the chorus as it reverberated around the room was pretty funny. The opening band then hopped up on stage to back Paul up after that, and they seemed to know the songs pretty well, or at least better than the drummer that Paul had borrowed the last time he played in New Haven. M.O.T.O. ran through a few songs from the new "Pack Your Troubles In Dreams" album, as well as a bunch of hits -- "Fucking Job", "Primeval", "Dance Dance Dance", "Crystallize", etc -- at one point even doing "I Won't Give It Up Until You're Mine" as a duet with the Ham Steak guy, with whom Paul did a split 7" once. Then when the band left the stage, Paul played one more song, "Ghosts", by himself. (I heard Tommy Perkins got to hop on the drums for a bit a couple of nights before, when M.O.T.O. played Philadelphia.)
Besides the original "Dick About It" from "Bolt!", here's also the original 4-track version of "It Tastes Just Like a Milkshake" (from 1993-- covered by Nobunny in 2010).
"Dick About It"
"It Tastes Just Like a Milkshake"