|Testicles of Doom|
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Thank God this is here, my wife thought I made this up.
Also, what the fuck kind of name is Meelo Peluce? Sounds like a Star Wars alien.
Try "Transmissions From the Satellite Heart" or "Priest Driven Ambulance"
|The kinks -Lola|
The Kinks > Beatles (or any British Invasion group for that matter)
|Superfriends - Attack of the Vampire (highlights)|
Some more points:
- They kept Superman in reserve in case they really needed him, since he is easily the most powerful. Yet, he is turned the quickest?
- The whole point of Robin is to explain the situations to people who can't comprehend the nonsensical plot and coctail napkin artistry.
|Sepultura - Arise|
Agreed, about disbanding.
In fact, if they had just abandoned the Sepultura name when Max left, they probably wouldn't even have the comparison.
But then again, the 3 of them had just as much right to use the Sep name since they all toured under the name together. If I was in a band that toured for ten years and then one dude quit, I'd say "Hell, no. I built this name too."
In conclusion, they should've just called themselves "Troops of Doom".
|Sepultura - Arise|
While the Derrick Green era is mostly shit, the newest album "Dante XXI" is very, very good. He did have the the difficult task of joining a well established act.
|The Melvins - "Queen"|
Not that the video is all that amazing, but the song itself deserves a million billion stars.
|The Fight Scene From 'They Live' (resubmit)|
I think this movie is awesome, and the inclusion of Rowdy Roddy Piper only makes it more so.
|Front Line Assembly - Mindphaser|
This was one of the last truly incredible industrial albums, but I think that FLA albums (read: not remix collections) are all pretty decent.
|Trunk Boiz - Scraper Bike|
They did put some time into making the bikes and creating a rap song about them, and I couldn't detect a shitty 80s music sample in it, so good for them.
Even if I do think the concept is completely retarded, at least it isn't glocks and hoes.
|This is Spinal Tap - A Brief History|
Gimme me some moneeeeeeeeeeeey
|Under Pressure - Queen & David Bowie|
This is one of my all time favorite songs. For some reason, every single thing about it is perfect.
|Teen Witch - I Like Boys|
My favorite moment begins at :30, when it seems that the girls are being silly for the approval of their sworn enemy.
And yes, this IS the greatest movie ever made.
|Automan opening credits|
I can't believe that someone green-lit this show.
Furthermore, I can't believe that some other assholes haven't made a bigger budget, yet worse, version of it into a movie.
|Skin Yard: "1000 Smiling Knuckles"|
Holy Shit, I never even knew there was a Skin Yard video of ANY form. These guys were so much better than (most of) the other Seattle bands.
-1 star because the video isn't at all interesting, but I'm still glad it exists.
|Fear Factory - Replica|
No, this is what we were listening to in 1995.
It's an ok song, but I postitively hate the part in the video where the camera pulls back and the group looks like their posing for a photo (@ :58).
+1 for the Blade Runner eye thing.
|We Be Movin' On Up|
This show was so fucking awesome. Not to deny Sherman, but for me this show was all about Isabel Sanford. Her sarcastic delivery was awesome.
|Mr. Show - Mom & Pop Porno Shop|
"Don't blame the Dildoes!"
These entire premise is insane and/or genius.
|Styx - Mr. Roboto (Resubmit)|
Yes, this indeed was my favorite song when I was 5.
|White Zombie - Thunderkiss 65|
Brings back so many memories.
In Robbie's defense, Hellbilly Deluxe was "OK".