I give props for that club/air guitar, but it sounds a bit too perky of music to be called "blues".Besides, endangered species laws didn't exist in 200,000 BC. Just kill the fucking bear!
I like it. It's a lot darker and more introspective than their earlier work. Plus, you can really hear Phil Spector's input as producer.
Wow Faith Prince from Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon! Who knew she had such talent after such a performance?There also seems to be the love child of Alice Cooper and John Doe (X) running around.
In retrospect, it was obvious that the off-Broadway Jean Auel musical was beset with problems from the beginning...
props to the hungover bear at 0:46
little known fact, no one here is wearing a wig.
I seriously made it 4 seconds and I am into some hardcore bad shit
If I could write a letter to the past, I would tell their shaman that today's painters face many of the same problems. Metaphorically, there is a bear in each of our caves. <:(
Please don't judge me. I enjoyed that.
The guitar player: Future disciple of Kramerism? Fact or Myth? The future will decide.
Caveman masturbating onto a dead bison at 2:10.Also: way only KIND OF completely rip off the tune to "Johnny B. Goode," cavedudes.
I used to watch the hell out of this show, it was on HBO in the day and it was called Encyclopedia. And yes it was all stuff like this, but it was amazing and super educational.
Is no one else thinking B-52s? I actually thought it was them but more depressing.
The first 3 seconds made my jaw drop. and it only got more terrible from there.
they lured the bear out with song... this is also how they killed the bison.
Not to be confused with their earlier hit about picking one's nose called "There's a bat in my cave"
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