You are all humorless and have bad ears.
This song has been stuck in my head for weeks now. And I'm okay with that.
This was a really solid episode. Fit the one hour 'Masters of Horror' format perfectly. Any longer, this would've worn out it's welcome - but Landis gets the most out of his premise and his hour.
|Ohio Dairy Farm Brutality|
Just think... by buying beef/veal/dairy, you have paid these folks to do this!
Vote with your dollar.
|Dog Vs. Balloons II - this time it's personal.|
The hammer scene from 'Oldboy' has nothing on this.
|Don B. sings 'Louie Louie'|
Don B not singing 'Batman'?!?!?
Yeah, no local band will ever turn Don down, and almost all of them know the Batman theme just for him.
Don B and 'Help is on the way!'... Columbus (slightly depressing but awesome) institutions.
|Plasmatics on Fridays|
Wait... people actually have to EXPLAIN why this is fucking awesome?
New Bomb Turks... I've never been prouder to be from Columbus.
|Head over Heels|
It's an odd sort of cognitive dissonance. I see the sucky video and hair cuts that make them look like Golden Girls...
But the only thought that registers is, "Damn, I love this song."
From everything I've heard about Scott, that doesn't surprise me at all.
|Walk, Don't Run|
Yeah, I think you're thinking 'Miserlou', cognitivedissonance.
But I'll be damned if it isn't a cool take on the song.
Pickles' new band is pretty kickin'.
|Insane Clown Posse - Let's Go All the Way|
I remember in interviews them talking about actually trying to score a hit with the whole gnu-metal cover trend... I 'm glad it never really worked for them.
I'm sure a god-awful video didn't help things...
|Tiger Phone Card (Live)|
Yeah, if they're going to keep on the duets route, that would be a nice thing.
While he did a great job not trying to overstep his vocal range on this album, there are only so many songs you can do in that vocal range.
I think 'Sober Driver' is about as good as he can get. If it weren't for the lyrical content, the song wouldn't be half as goo.
(note of irony: I'm not sober while typing this!)
This is just awesome.
|Sounds Industrial No. 7|
It's a man of Indian descent, raised in the Frenchiest part of Canada, who moved to Germany to start a soul band... less than 5 stars is criminal.
|Blame It On The Rain|
Sorry, but there is no way to do an non-ironic cover of this song. Scientists have proved this in a laboratory setting.
But this is rather competently done with at least a bit of respect for the songwriting. Cool.