Devo, "Go Monkey Go" featuring Mojo Jojo & the Powerpuff Girls
Rick Dees continues the horror of "Disco Duck" with "Dis-Gorilla" introduced by Greg Brady and the young stars of "What's Happening!!"
Warren Zevon, "Gorilla, You're A Desperado"
The Mopes, "You Look Like A Gorilla"
Even better, ABBA, with "The King Kong Song"
And, finally, Homer & Jethro, "The Monkey and the Big Baboon"
Props for finding the ABBA song.
Remind me of monkey motherland.
Banana vodka and kettlebells, comrade.
I found a reference to an old zen mondo about a monkey in a cage in an old book from the 50's I dug out of the trash.
I can't find it on the internet, which makes it all the more delicious.
Will share later, enlightenment (i.e. pie from heaven) to follow.
Are humanzees native to Sweden?
Originally Posted by Sri Hanuman
It's funny. Just as I opened this thread Brass Monkey came of Pandora.
Crazy monkey powers are takin over Pandora!
Looking forward to it! I'm a shameless book rescuer myself.
Originally Posted by W. Rabbit
Jack Black, "King Kong Song"
Weak synthesizer pop + driving dance beat + unison instead of harmony + cute girls + string of stereotypical scenes + American pop culture reference =
Shanadoo, "King Kong"
Australian musical comedy trio Tripod just wants the movie to get to the fucking monkey!
("King Kong" Lyrics NSFW)
Classic Louis Prima, "I Wanna Be Like You," from Disney's "Jungle Book."
Sri Hanuman's agents are everywhere!
Originally Posted by DarkPhoenix
Many of you are probably familiar with this, but just in case, I give you John Daker at a recital featuring artists from First United Methodist Church in Decatur Illinois, accompanied by Reva Cooper Unsicker, performing a medley of "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" and "Amore."
And in a singalong animated version:
As long as we're near a church, let's look in on Mark Fox and his fetus alter-ego "Little Markie" (look for more of his stuff on youtube if you have the stomach for it) as they do a duet sharing "their" fatalistic Calvinist view that God should be praised for pre-determining that Mark would be obese, have terrible fashion sense, sing in a horrifying falsetto, and become an international laughing-stock whose "ministry" mainly leads people to think that anti-abortion activists and Christians generally shouldn't be allowed near sharp implements.
This seems like something monkeys might like:
The theme song from a show that I watched as a little kid, though I suspect from looking at this now that it wouldn't hold up too well: "Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp."
A somewhat more recent TV favorite: "The Ape of Death" from "The Mighty Boosh."