Lego Man by MC Lars Horris (from Nothing to Fear, 1999)
Bionicle in the hizz-ouse! Word. Plus, the 3,803 piece Star Wars Death Star. That's some fly Empire bling, yo…
Come On, Let's Play Monopoly by Monopoly (from an online music provider…I can’t find info on this band anywhere…help!!!)
Brought to you by the People's Singing Farm Collective. Did I mention I can’t find any discographical info on thes song?
The Stripper by David Rose and His Orchestra (from Take it Off! Striptease Classics, Rhino, 1997)
An obvious choice, but in this season of cold, wind, snow, multilayered synthetics and breath condensing on wooly stuff, it's good to hear music celebrating the taking off of clothes.
Ice Shackers in Paradise by Da Yoopers (from Jackpine Savage, You Guys Records, 1999)
James Blunt is a star, and a wealthy one at that, and Da Yoopers put out the occasional CD to scrape up beer money. We live in an unjust world, my friends. Check out their store (http://www.dayoopers.com/index.html)
Kites Are Fun by The Big Sound (from Kites Are Fun: The Best of The Free Design, Varese Fontana, 1998)
Boy, does this remind me what it was like to be six years old. And, yes, kites are fun. And how can you not love a band that had an album titled Cosmic Peekaboo? The Free Design is fun!
This segment aired on January 22, 2011. The audio for this segment is not available.