Tagged: song

Poo Poo Party!!!!

Adam Buxton recently uploaded a childish little ditty to YouTube (I know, it’s so unlike him). It’s a short sketch from his ongoing Sky Atlantic show, BUG. If you haven’t seen any of it yet… WATCH IT ALL!!!

It has made me laugh a lot. Thanks to the guys at CarbFreeCreativity for brightening up my morning.

Right… I have Party Pom Pom to get to. Byeeeeeeeeee!

Happy Monday Proposal

Happy Schmaltzy Monday everyone, I bet the glorious sun and the upcoming jubilee has got you, well… Jubilant. Here to take the positive mantle upon his shoulders is hopeful romantic Isaac. A couple of days ago, Isaac Lamb and his pal McGinerton decided to surprise his fiancee with a song. A lip synced song, a lip synced song with his friends, a lip synced song with his friends in a choreographed dance routine,  a lip synced song with his frien… just watch it.

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/42828824]

On Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012, I told my girlfriend to meet me at my parent’s house for dinner. When she arrived I had stationed my brother to sit her in the back of an open Honda CRV and give her some headphones. He “wanted to play her a song”…

What she got instead was the world’s first Live Lip-Dub Proposal.

Enjoy!

Right, That’s enough of that. I’m going to put some Rammstein on and watch a beggar pull his teeth out.

Muppets and OK Go

I don’t know why, but it involves OK Go and the Muppets and a lot of screaming, so neither do I care.

It’s actually to promote The Muppets new ‘Green Album’, stuffed full of duet.

To download the album (or just check out their kick arse set list) visit iTunes.

 

via @floheiss

Portal goes A Capella

Portal was one of my favourite games, not least for the amazing song awarded to any player committed enough to finish this addictive puzzler.  A kin to such concluding greats as ‘Burn The Rope‘ and ‘Plants VS Zombies‘, the track that plays over the credits is a run down of everything you’ve just experienced.  I think ‘Burn The Rope’ may be a parody of this, but I’m not sure.

Anyway, Portal 2 is due to be released this April and to celebrate, here’s Basix with an A Capella version of the aforementioned credits classic.

La Senzational choir

La Senza advertise their Christmas range through an interactive octave of moaning girls from sizes (I mean notes) A – G.

For me, this idea really strikes a chord..

Not only do we get to see the ladies parading the sexy La Senza underwear, we also get to interact with the sensational sirens to create and record our own masterpieces.

I tried to play ‘Come all ye faithful’, but it does get hard.

(sorry)

Visit the ladies here.

Have fun and Merry Christmas!!!