Well.. If the week-end's going to be this fresh and spunky,I say bring it on.:P
The early '90s tidily rapped-up in a little package....get it? I said "rapped" instead of "wrapped."DAMN I'm good.
I would actually find it really helpful if the fashions and cultural trends that tastemakers deemed "hot" were presented to me in the form of rap on a regular basis. Like maybe monthly? Like a "what's hot" column in Vogue, but with a dance beat. Seriously, someone, get on this.
Spunkadelic really took Canadian Rap to a whole new level.
Was that Run or DMZ?
This clip is fucking terrible!...keep up the good work!
Thank goodness they were flashing words on the screen in the first clip, because I have no idea. Bonus points for including "Ricki Lake," though.It reminds me of a bet I had with a friend 12 years ago: that she couldn't logically fit the phrase "Captain Kirk" into discussion in our college History of the English Language class. I lost.
Hey, Spunkadelic was on the TMNT soundtracks...http://www.discogs.com/artist/Spunkadelic
Oh 1992...I totally don't miss you at all XD
Own a CD of Spunk Junk.
Sometimes it feels like everything is exactly the same as it was 20 years ago, only now it's all ironic. Was terribleness better or worse when it was sincere?
I suddenly feel the need to wear some B.U.M. Equipment.
C'mon fellow EIT Commenters, where are the obligatory "spunk/ejaculate" jokes? You disappoint me.
I feel like I was just raped by 1991.
Honestly, I would have loved this shit when I was a kid.
Um, I would totally buy their album.
Spunk and prosper!
Nigga you gay!
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