Rapper B.o.B made headlines in January when he went on a Twitter rant about how the earth is flat. Neil deGrasse Tyson chimed in and hilarity ensued. I wondered what other ridiculous conspiracy theories he may believe and put some of them in this parody of one of his songs.
Big thank you to Bonecage for the music and the awesome Bruno Mars-like singing.
And remember, people. There are no secret government root kits in this MP3 file that will will install themselves into your brain so they can read your mind. No, really. There aren't. Why would you even think that? I assure you this MP3 file is perfectly safe to listen to.
I've been wanting to record a parody of My Adidas by Run-DMC ever since I first heard the song, but never came up with a good idea. It wasn't until the Atari popped into my head and Thom sent me a quick demo of the music done using only Atari 2600 sound effects that I knew I had an idea worth pursuing.
I've been a Doctor Who fan since I was about 10. I love the classic series and I love the new series. I have my favorite Doctors and monsters and companions and I've met many of them at various conventions. And here, for you other Doctor Who fans who may have wandered in here, is a song about the new series. I kept it mostly focussed on Matt Smith's run as The Doctor since he's the current one, but there are a few references to Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant's episodes.
Background singing by Chris Mezzolesta of Power Salad and Shoebox of Worm Quartet. The part of British Woman was played by Kim Crist.
Every generation complains about the one that follows. They lament how things were better back in "their day", be it the 1930s, 1950s, or in my case, the 1980s. The 80s were my time, to quote The Goonies. Back when women had huge hair and wore ankle socks, which, for the record, I still find sexy. So now it's my turn to complain about how much better things were back then. Except I'm not sure I really believe it.
This is the first song for which I've done the music myself in about 2 years. Previously the last song I did myself was Pac-Man. It was fun getting back into the music.
This song was included on the Rhyme Torrents 9 compilation available at www.rhymetorrents.com.
Tom Rockwell Luke Sienkowski Jared Ringold Tim Crist