|"The Rascal King"|
|Single by the Mighty Mighty Bosstones|
|from the album Let's Face It|
|The Mighty Mighty Bosstones singles chronology|
"The Rascal King" is a song by the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and the second single from their 1997 studio album, Let's Face It. "The Rascal King," the follow-up to the lead single, "The Impression That I Get," reached number seven on the US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and number four on the Canadian RPM Alternative 30.
The song was inspired by James Michael Curley, a former Mayor of Boston and Governor of Massachusetts.
|Canada Rock/Alternative (RPM)||4|
|UK Singles (OCC)||63|
|US Radio Songs (Billboard)||68|
|US Alternative Airplay (Billboard)||7|
|Canada Rock/Alternative (RPM)||35|