To the new followers who joined one, thanks. I’d tell you in person, but I can’t find an ‘Ask Me’ button on your page, More More Funny.
I hope you keep liking what you see.
Though I don’t normally post videos if they’re not official music videos, this Flash animation is just too damn good not to share.
Does it have any correlation with the actual song?
Does it have the lead singer of Mindless Self Indulgence, Jimmy Urine, being all flexible with purple wings made of pixelated fire?
Say You’ll Be There
Here’s a catchy pop tune for all the boys and girls! If you ever thought to yourself that you needed a tune to be lovingly ambiguous and drawn out (never-the-less well put together), then boy-howdy do I have a song for you!
From their debut album Spice, this mid-nineties song made it high up the charts until people put the lyrics under some scrutiny for being ‘confusing’.
Said David Browne (from the established magazine Entertainment Weekly)
…let’s see: She wants to be friends, he wants more, and yet she croons, ‘I’m giving you everything/All that joy can bring’? She’s as confused as I am. Better to revel in the delectably frothy girl-group melody…
But, if living through the memories of the 90’s bores you in an audible fashion, watch this and tell me if you feel better about this boob. I mean breasts. I mean song.
It was said to be inspired by Pulp Fiction and a 1965 exploitation film entitled Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! I don’t know about you, but I got two totally different vibes from each scene.
Here we see The Faint doing what they do:
washing their skin in blue light while the camera man tries his best to make the angles as complimentary to the music as possible.
I stumbled across this when trying to get some insight into what made Darwin, Jesus, the Devil and Me such a damn good song.
Instead, I found out why Damion is such a damn good song writer.
His life is epic, moving, and inspiring because he gets inspired from life itself.
Good stuff, people.
A real read.
Darwin, Jesus, the Devil and Me
Here’s a song, brought to you from the Finnish singer Damion Suomi.
It’s an emotional song (well, the quite frank, the whole album is emotional) and it brings to light a whole ‘love/hate’ thing going on with Damion, life, and religion. Well, there’s also some love/late towards women too, but what’s love if not one big war?
A war with mutual benefits.
Fade to Black
With a guitar solo that is literally one of the top 30 ever, and a song that reached number one in multiple countries, there is no wonder why Metallica just continues to rock.
One question, though…
Why does every live song I’m seeing from this era filled with men who are just so damned greasy looking?
Get drunk while watching this man weave and bob around imaginary punches!
Also, it’s about a popular (and dead) site known as Limewire.
And just so you know, in case you want to dip your browser’s penis in some virus infected web, Frostwire.com is still a thing.
You know, there is an inherent annoyance when getting you music offline. I got this song back when I thought P2P servers were cool so when someone labeled this a collaboration song featuring Disturbed, Static-X, and Slipknot, I said “Hell yeah, bring on da collab!”
I had no idea how to talk back then, either.
No, as it turned out, this song is by a band called The Clay People. They’ve done industrial rock, synthetic rock, regular rock… granite rock? and have had an on-again/off-again relationship for years now.
If this sounds familiar to you but you’ve seen it with a different packaging, then maybe you’ve seen the movie, Universal Solider.
Or maybe you’re all like, “Hell yeah, bring on da rock, yo!”