Yeah, I know it's a music video and as such should be on 73q, but seriously - look at this thing. It's your dad, your dad's friend, and that douchey guy from down the street, and they've got a band, and they want to sound hip and with it while singing over footage of toys that do awful things to each other.
It never really occurred to me that Stan Bush is still alive somewhere.
|Modern Angel |
Oh jesus what
|Caminante Nocturno |
Constantly showing me images of shia labeouf is like twisting the knife, too.
"Mom why is Uncle Tim rapping?"
I thought the original was the cheeseiest song ever, now it has been out done by itself some 20 years later. Amazing.
However much they got paid, it was too much. Too, too goddamned much.
"Okay, so what genres of music were popular after I originally recorded 'The Touch?'"
"Uh... Hip-hop, grunge, rap, industrial metal, corporate pop, and young country."
"No young country. But put everything else into a blender."
*after the horror above is created*
"What about this 'autotune' thing I've heard about?"
Thank you Stan Bush, for giving the Transformer's movie exactly the kind of music video it deserves.
1:05 and 3:22 are the exact same shot.
THIS IS THE PART WHERE I RAP
OUCH! RIGHT IN THE CHILDHOOD!
|Poor Excuse |
Starting at 3:05 is my most precious moment. Everyone is trying to express their pain, the guitarist feels pain like none other.
The guitarist is the only one who is actually happy to be there.
Stumbly rappajew really makes this track POP on my hi-fi stereo guys.
It's like a group of stay-at-home dads got together and started a band after seeing the Transformers at a matinée together on an arranged playdate/vent-about-their-collective-emasculation-session.
When all HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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