This show was good, somehow it stayed timelessly entertaining despite the disposable music it was built on.
Maybe someone under twenty can confirm this? Or am I just happy to relive my ""youth""?
Back in the day, I was at a record store and this girl in front of me was buying Tool's Undertow. I struck up a conversation with her about how it was a great album. She replied, "Yeah, Prison Sex is awesome." Then she looked at me with that yeah-I-meant-to-say-that look.
Did you get any?
You definitely woulda if you said, Your mother's a slot. ALWAYS works.
Wake up, honkie!
Are any animation nerds going to complain about the Brothers Quay rip-off?
No, this is not even remotely the same thing.
One of the earliest Quay shorts is titled "The Cabinet of Jan Svankmajer". They developed a style that, while branching off Svankmajer's basic philosophical framework, was very much their own.
This video just apes elements from 'Epic of Gilgamesh' and 'Street of Crocodiles', to the point of fabricating puppets to resemble the actual found-objects (with actual decay and wear) that the Quays used.
Cheese, if your Brothers Quay know-it-allness kept you virginal, you were doing it wrong. Or maybe you aren't into play-piercings, cyanoacrylate infibulation, portentious irrumation, colloquial sublingual retroejaculation and septicemia.
In those days I'd go from one date to the next, administering white wine enemas, cleaning the slaves' food troughs and keeping the congressional aides out of the room. Sometimes the fucking kept me so busy I had to tear off chunks of the animal carcasses we used for bedding just so I could eat *something*. It would go on for days until we were all rutting in a slurry of macerated cow flesh, piss, semen and sweat. The stuff oozed up between your toes like rotten jelly. Everything reeked of ammonia and putrescine by the time we were done. They had to burn down that building and salt the earth to get rid of us.
Good times, man. Good times.
That just sounds messy.
I was just being sarcastic, but I like where this went anyway.
If memory serves, the videos were all directed by Tool's guitar player, Adam Jones, who was a special effects guy in Hollywood before becoming a rock star.
I knew a guy named Doug who had a pet bee. He ripped the stinger out, so it wasn't going to live for very long, but he had it perched on his finger so he could surprise people with it and pet it while it was still kind of twitching and slowly leaking fluid out of the stinger hole. Doug was wild.
Yeah he beat a bee he's basically Daniel Boone
Oh shit this is my video I'd better be more supportive. Yeah man Doug sounds like a real crazy fella
|Herr Matthias |
Slightly off topic, but this song always sounded to me like Maynard forgot the words about halfway through.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Doug can go fuck himself.
|Hubba Bubba Nightmare |
Tool+ and Beavis and Butthead = Auto 5
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