Music That Will Put Squirrels in Your Pants

It’s RMF! Let’s get silly!

A few of my latest acquisitions…

This song gives me serious squirrel pants:

And I learned about it from one of my Internet pals who DJed with me one afternoon. Hope to get into my turntable room today. Do stop by and DJ!

So, what music/movie/video caught your attention recently?

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13 thoughts on “Music That Will Put Squirrels in Your Pants

    • I have no idea what the hell that “sing English” thing was, but dammit, I love freaky 70’s stuff. That went into my Favorites.

      Deep Purple, dude? Sirius, you know I love you, but I gotta get you into the 21st Century. Hell, I’d settle for the 1990’s.

      That Traffic song is only to be played down by the fire, ifyouknowwhatImeanandImsureyoudo.

      • The story I was told when I was introduced to the “sing english” bit was that the song was done by an Italian artist who was a bit peeved that the Italian kids would bypass the music from local artists to buy up the music of American artists even though most of them did not understand any of the lyrics. So he recorded a song of gibberish that sounded American and it sold like hotcakes. Unfortunately, as much as i like that story, I can’t actually find any proof that it is true. The wikipedia explanation for the song goes like this:

        Celentano’s rationale for the song was that, after releasing albums about ecology and social issues, “having just recorded an album of songs that meant something, I wanted to do something that meant nothing”.

  1. Sirius, you know I love you, but I gotta get you into the 21st Century.

    Oh,man! Then I would have to buy a cell phone, get some tattoos, join facebook and sign up for twitter. Sounds like way too much hassle. And just to show my defiance, more old stuff.

  2. “This video contains content from Disney Channel, who has blocked it in your country on copyright reasons”.

    I refuse to believe that any real human being could type such an unfelicitous pair of words as “Contains Content” without their hands exploding.

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