Discussion in 'SiriusXM Music' started by scotchandcigar, Jan 24, 2014.
You're broken Scotch.
broken like me.
This is how you fix scotch.
That song is all over the place now. I agree that the song is overly fluffy, overplayed, and pure bubblegum.
It has two things going for it. It has a massive hook. So I can see why it it's getting so much airplay. The second thing is that I dig the chick in the video.
It's just the worst example of the music industry. Some totally unimpressive band comes out of nowhere and gets nonstop airplay of one song with a hook. Same song, month after month. What about the rest of the album? They have nothing else worthy of airplay? Why them? What about the thousands of other bands they could be playing? It's the pop music mob.
One of the dumbest songs of the 1970s was Steve Martin's King Tut: "He could have won a Grammy. Buried in his jammies." Gak! But Martin's band had one of the bestest, mostest cleverest names ever. It was actually members of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band -- but on Martin's recording they were called The Toot Uncommons. The full name of "King Tut" was Tutankhamen, pronounced "toot-änk-kä-mən." The Toot Uncommons name was brilliant!
Here is the Facebook page of one of the worst-named bands:
Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat
King Tut was an awesome song.
It didn't have depth, (because it was a comedy song) but it had a solid hook and was memorable.
It'll pop into my head every now and again.
That is a bad name, but not much of a Facebook page. I don't think they're a major operation.
I like that song too.. The lyrics crack me up.
FartBarf is my favorite band name!