Liar, Liar (The Castaways song)  

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"Liar, Liar" is a song by The Castaways, a number 12 hit single on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1965 on Soma Records.


Debbie Harry version

"Liar, Liar" was recorded by Debbie Harry for the soundtrack album Married to the Mob in 1988, and produced by Mike Chapman. It was their first collaboration since the 1982 Blondie album The Hunter. The following year the two would team up again for the album Def, Dumb and Blonde.

"Liar Liar" is as yet only available on the long deleted Married to the Mob soundtrack album.

Track listing


  1. Debbie Harry: "Liar, Liar" (James Donna) - 3:01
  2. (The Voodoist Corporation: "Queen of Voudou" - 3:39)


  1. "Liar, Liar" (Extended Version) (James Donna) - 5:45
  2. "Liar, Liar" (7" Version) (James Donna) - 3:01
  3. "Liar, Liar" (Instrumental) (James Donna) - 4:50

Other renditions

  • Fans and collectors of American rock band The Pretenders will find "Liar, Liar" included as a hidden final track of the Not Real Records bootleg LP, Talk of the Town.
  • In 2007 a Dutch hiphop group called The Opposites used the music of the hit "Liar, Liar" and made a new hit with "Dom, Lomp & Famous" ("dumb, ponderous & famous").
  • Elgazelle, a group from Manchester England have recorded a version of the song.

Film Appearance

The song has featured in a number of feature films, including the British cult hit Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.

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