The Doo-Dads are not the children's music of your youth.

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The Doo-Dads are not the children's music of your youth.

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"I remember those K-tel records," Gose says, "and they had this Elvis set. The TV commercial played a clip from the Jailhouse Rock movie, and that's the song that hooked me."

"My parents took me to see him when I was 9," Kesler says.

"I'm so jealous," Lovern answers.

"I think I was 5 or 6," Gose says, "and I begged my parents to get it for me. And I remember them grilling me about what exactly I liked about him. The words? The beat? I think I told them, 'Well, it's just everything!' "

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