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Feeling a lot better about riding the bus with my bass.  (at Dufferin Bus)

Feeling a lot better about riding the bus with my bass. (at Dufferin Bus)

wavelengthmusicseries:

"I think of myself as a frog that skims across the water, catching the small stuff and winking at the sky, and he’s a whale underneath me breathing it all in like plankton."
rennstimpy:

You Eediot!
You Eediot! is a compilation of music featured in the landmark Nickelodeon cartoon series The Ren and Stimpy Show that was released on August 31, 1993.[1] The album featured several popular songs from the series, including the  single “Kilted Yaksmen Anthem” (from the episode “The Royal Canadian  Kilted Yaksmen”) and “Happy Happy Joy Joy” (from “Stimpy’s Invention”). A  promotional CD single with the tracks “Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy,” “Royal  Canadian Kilted Yaksmen Anthem,” “Don’t Whiz On The Electric Fence,” and  “I’m Gonna Be A Monkey” was sent out to radio stations across the  country that September for play on the air . The album peaked at #156 on the Billboard 200 in October 1993.
Because the album was released a year after the departure of creator John Kricfalusi, his vocals were re-recorded by Billy West (who had replaced him as the voice of Ren Höek in the series).
You Eediot! was originally released on audio cassette and compact disc by Nickelodeon/Sony Wonder/Epic Records in 1993, and then reissued on compact disc in 1998 by Rhino Records.
The album cover is a parody of The Beatles album Abbey Road, showing Mr. Horse, Muddy Mudskipper, Stimpy, and Ren walking across the street in the place of the Beatles.
Track listing
"The Whistler/Overture" - :42
"Dog Pound Hop" - 2:27
"Muddy Mudskipper Theme" - :42
"Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy" - 1:46
"Fire Dogs" - 3:38
"Better Than No One" - 4:38
"Nose Goblins" - 4:20
"Smokin’" - 3:03
"Log Blues/Log Theme" - 1:23
"Captain’s Log/Space Madness" - 5:04
"Sven Theme" - 3:03
"Sven Blues" - :47
"Don’t Whiz On The Electric Fence" - 1:19
"Ren’s Pecs" - 2:52
"I’m Gonna Be A Monkey" - 1:28
"Filthy’s Dance" - :24
"Jungle Boogie" - :18
"Dizzy Monkees" - :29
"Kilted Yaksmen Anthem" - 2:47
"The Whistler/Underture" - :41
"Big House Blues (Closing Theme)" - 3:00
(Wikipedia)

rennstimpy:

You Eediot!

You Eediot! is a compilation of music featured in the landmark Nickelodeon cartoon series The Ren and Stimpy Show that was released on August 31, 1993.[1] The album featured several popular songs from the series, including the single “Kilted Yaksmen Anthem” (from the episode “The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen”) and “Happy Happy Joy Joy” (from “Stimpy’s Invention”). A promotional CD single with the tracks “Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy,” “Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen Anthem,” “Don’t Whiz On The Electric Fence,” and “I’m Gonna Be A Monkey” was sent out to radio stations across the country that September for play on the air . The album peaked at #156 on the Billboard 200 in October 1993.

Because the album was released a year after the departure of creator John Kricfalusi, his vocals were re-recorded by Billy West (who had replaced him as the voice of Ren Höek in the series).

You Eediot! was originally released on audio cassette and compact disc by Nickelodeon/Sony Wonder/Epic Records in 1993, and then reissued on compact disc in 1998 by Rhino Records.

The album cover is a parody of The Beatles album Abbey Road, showing Mr. Horse, Muddy Mudskipper, Stimpy, and Ren walking across the street in the place of the Beatles.

Track listing

  1. "The Whistler/Overture" - :42
  2. "Dog Pound Hop" - 2:27
  3. "Muddy Mudskipper Theme" - :42
  4. "Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy" - 1:46
  5. "Fire Dogs" - 3:38
  6. "Better Than No One" - 4:38
  7. "Nose Goblins" - 4:20
  8. "Smokin’" - 3:03
  9. "Log Blues/Log Theme" - 1:23
  10. "Captain’s Log/Space Madness" - 5:04
  11. "Sven Theme" - 3:03
  12. "Sven Blues" - :47
  13. "Don’t Whiz On The Electric Fence" - 1:19
  14. "Ren’s Pecs" - 2:52
  15. "I’m Gonna Be A Monkey" - 1:28
  16. "Filthy’s Dance" - :24
  17. "Jungle Boogie" - :18
  18. "Dizzy Monkees" - :29
  19. "Kilted Yaksmen Anthem" - 2:47
  20. "The Whistler/Underture" - :41
  21. "Big House Blues (Closing Theme)" - 3:00

(Wikipedia)

fruitsoftheweb:

SHIH TZU DOG DOGGY BUDDYEnjoy this cute and fun shih-tzu Doggy Buddy on your shoulder thanks to its magnet and magic pad, at school to show your friends, in your house, on your bicycle or car, basically anywhere you need a reminder of your favorite shih-tzu dog pet. The beautiful shih-tzu Doggy Buddy is a must for the serious dog lover and shih-tzu owner.

fruitsoftheweb:

SHIH TZU DOG DOGGY BUDDY
Enjoy this cute and fun shih-tzu Doggy Buddy on your shoulder thanks to its magnet and magic pad, at school to show your friends, in your house, on your bicycle or car, basically anywhere you need a reminder of your favorite shih-tzu dog pet. The beautiful shih-tzu Doggy Buddy is a must for the serious dog lover and shih-tzu owner.

(via fruitsoftheweb)

Jan 30 2015 @ The Music Gallery (at The Music Gallery)

Jan 30 2015 @ The Music Gallery (at The Music Gallery)

newyorker:

Sarah Larson on discovering the music of Devon Sproule: http://nyr.kr/1tRGo2y

“Who was this? It wasn’t a revolutionary sound—it amazed me because it was great. An acoustic guitar, and then a young woman’s voice, warm, confident, gentle, singing, ‘It’s good to get out of the house.’ There was no barrier between it and me—I loved it immediately.”

Photograph by Philip Ryalls/Redferns via Getty.

newyorker:

Sarah Larson on discovering the music of Devon Sproule: http://nyr.kr/1tRGo2y

“Who was this? It wasn’t a revolutionary sound—it amazed me because it was great. An acoustic guitar, and then a young woman’s voice, warm, confident, gentle, singing, ‘It’s good to get out of the house.’ There was no barrier between it and me—I loved it immediately.”

Photograph by Philip Ryalls/Redferns via Getty.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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Video by Evan DeRushie.