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Doctor Doom is in Danger! Danger, High Voltage!

10 Jun

Marvel Comics

Carnival Rides

We were walking past a carnival ride today and noticed a “Danger! High Voltage!” sign on the back of one of those Ring of Fire thrillers. The sign reminded us of a crazy song by the Detroit nutcake rockers, Electric Six. The eclectic electric boys formed a band back in the 1990s and fused a bunch of different genres into an interesting mish-mash of frenetic energy. Not familiar with them? They’re kind of like Jack-Ass meets Borat.

Rock Band

Carnival Rides

And a few minutes later, one of us plastered these good folks with regurgitated cotton candy and Sno-cones. Sorry folks. Vertigo.

In 2003, the band birthed their biggest hit to date, “Danger! High Voltage!” It quickly climbed up the charts in the UK and eventually became a minor sensation in the US. The song is just so much goofy fun.

On the opposite side of the world from Detroit, a small country named Latveria exists . It’s squished between Romania, Hungary and Serbia and it’s controlled by a megalomaniac named Victor von Doom. Vic is a gypsy by birth and is probably the world’s most famous and accomplished Roma. Of course, it’s unfortunate that he chose a life of villainry. Gypsies already get a bad rap for their penchant of taking advantage of rubes, which incidentally are found in spades at, you named it, carnivals. See how everything comes full circle at Comics A-Go-Go!? We couldn’t make this stuff up, for crying out loud.

Fictional CityAnyway, Dr. Doom, as he prefers to be called (although most scholars, including Dr. Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four, don’t acknowledge his diploma given that he earned it from West Szeged-Zhrbkadzrg University which is still not accredited), is mostly known for his attempts at world dominance and his shady real estate ventures. One interesting fact is that his famous iron mask isn’t actually for covering up alleged scars acquired from an alleged industrial lab accident as is commonly reported. It’s actually just an affectation. As one of his former servants confided: “He’s actually a rather handsome chap but he’s very self-conscious. He’s never liked his nose and feels that his cheek bones are too delicate giving him a somewhat effeminate look. Of course, those of us that worked for him at the Doomstadt castle never thought of him as anything other than a man’s man. Um, no, not in that way, actually. That didn’t come out right. Can we turn off the tape recorder and try that again?” It’s ancient history now but the tape recording wasn’t erased and the servant (what was her name, by the way? anyone?) has been missing for some time.

Victor von Doom

Nobody lights up the night clubs in Latveria like Vic “Doom Dancer” von Doom.

Marvel ComicsIn the mid 2000s, Doom got his mojo on, went into the future and then backwards in time, empgregnated Sue Richards/Invisible Woman and sired a girl named Valeria.  It was kind of a messed up time and somehow Victor got involved with some scheme in hell and, bam, Franklin Richards ended up there for a period. It was during this whole crazy time that he discovered the music of Electric Six and chose to make their hit “Danger! High Voltage!” his theme song. He would blast it out of his Doom-mobile as he drove through the streets of Doomstadt, scaring the bejeezus out of the locals. Vic was always good for a few laughs when times were dull.

And also, Victor von Doom has mommy issues.

Since we’re on an Electric Six kick, let’s do some bonus work. Favorite song of Captain Zapp Brannigan from Futurama? You guessed it: “Dance Commander.” It’s rather unfortunate actually. Zapp is a Grade A weasel and “Dance Commander” is a rather likable song. Of course, band leader Dick Valentine‘s dancing in the video doesn’t help the cause any.

Futurama

Leela, I am your Love Commander. Yeah.

And here’s one more for the road. Although they’d released music previously, the Six’s first major album was the superb 2003 release Fire. It’s a veritable treasure trove of aggressive dance hits. The album closes on a milder note, however, and this is actually our favorite among favorites.

We don’t know which superhero might list “Synthesizer” as his or her or its favorite but if we had to guess we’d definitely say it wasn’t Wolverine‘s. He hates synthesizers. They make his teeth hurt.

Electric Six

C’mon. You can’t ignore his techno, Logan.

By the way, we just have to say Guy Perry’s fetching beach ensemble may not be for everyone but then again, not all the ladies (or lads) are there for the surfers.

TV Pilot

Oops. The sun isn’t a vampire’s friend. Guy Perry applied plenty of SPF 1200 during the “Synthesizer” shoot but it still wreaked havoc on the … guy.


Electric Six

Lyrics to Electric Six’s “Danger! High Voltage”

Fire in the disco
Fire in the taco bell
Fire in the disco
Fire in the gates of hell

Don’t you want to know how we keep starting fires?
It’s my desire, It’s my desire, It’s my desire

Don’t you want to know how we keep starting fires?
It’s my desire, It’s my desire, It’s my desire

Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, When we kiss
Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, when we kiss
When we touch

Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, When we kiss
Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, when we kiss
When we touch, when we kiss

Don’t you want to know how we keep starting fires?
It’s my desire, It’s my desire

Don’t you want to know how we keep starting fires?
It’s my desire, It’s my desire

Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, When we kiss
Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, when we kiss
When we touch

Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, When we kiss
Danger! Danger! High Voltage!
When we touch, when we kiss
When we touch, when we kiss

No more

Fire in the disco
Fire in the disco
Fire in the taco bell
Fire in the disco
Fire in the disco
Fire in the gates of Hell

Gates of Hell

Toon’s Fave Tune: Strong Guy’s Groove is in his heart

29 May

Deee-Lite DJ BandToday’s favorite song post is for Marvel’s Strong Guy. Big he may be but he’s light on the toes when the club music is pumping. Nn-ss-nn-ss-nn-ss-nn-ss. Chaka-chang!

Who the dude beGuido Carosella is a mutant that has the ability to absorb and redirect kinetic energy. His huge size is due to a childhood accident when he was struck by a bus and absorbed the force. Apparently, he was unable to get rid of the energy so it muscle-ified him. Not surprisingly his size and abilities made him useful as a physical presence. Throughout his early life he was a bodyguard and bouncer, and because of his affiliation with other mutants, he was eventually asked to join a new version of the X-Factor team. He pals around particularly with Jamie Madrox (Multiple Man) and Rahne Sinclair (Wolfsbane).

Marvel Comic Character

Um. Bit over the top, wouldn’t you say? We would. We did.

Marvel Comic Character

Better. That’ll work.

Strong Guy

Guido Carosella’s first appearance (before he called himself Strong Guy)

Honestly, we don’t know much else about him other than for a time just before he joined X-Factor and while he was a sometime bodyguard for Lila Cheney (pop star and mutant teleporter), he spent his down time in the club/dance scene in New York City. Bands like Technotronic, Soho, and Stereo MCs got his monstrous body moving. But he took a particular shine to a goofy band called Deee-lite.

In 1990, Deee-Lite released their epic club album World Clique. It had several good tracks and many of them went on to be hits in their own right, but the song “Groove is in the Heart” was stratospheric. Colorful, campy, catchy, sexy — the song permeated every dance club from New York to Moscow where daytimes began at night. Guido was always ready for the floor when “Groove” came on, but over the years it became particularly special to Strong Guy both for the loves he lost and for the damage to his heart from fighting and a heart attack (let alone a death … from which he recovered … because he’s a comic book character … and they don’t tend to die for long). During these difficult times, the song was a humorous reminder that life can be fun in the midst of heartache.

Incidentally, even though Guido tended to maintain a silly tuft of hair for most of his early career, during the late 1980s and early 1990s he grew it out into an afro, joining the look of legions of retro-chic clubbers. Strong Guy was hip to the funkalicious scene and it was only after an attack on Lila that he left New York for Muir Island, joining the newly formed X-Factor team, and returned to his ridiculous coif.

Strong Guy from New Mutants and X-Factor with a psychedelic background

 

Deee-Lite was a kitchy sort of silliness comprised of DJ/singer Lady Miss Kier who fronted the band,  Japanese psychedelic DJ Towa Tei, and Ukranian Super DJ Dmitry. Towa left the band after the first two albums and was replaced by DJ Ani, a lad from Kansas City. Lady Miss Keir was from the miserable east-Ohioan city of Youngstown, so apparently even the Midwest can produce interesting cultural something-or-others. Of course, both Kier and Ani ended up leaving middle America for the happy-happy-joy-joy land of fun in the best city on the planet (according to those that subscribe to the idea that New York City is in fact the best city on the planet).

1990s Club Music

Lady Miss Kier, DJ Dmitry, Towa Tei

Anyway, Deee-Lite disbanded fairly quickly and by the mid-1990s, the artists were doing their own thing. Lady Miss Keir became a bit of a gay movement icon. Hell, she was a drag queen’s dream. Her outfits and make-up were outrageous. Given the recent announcement over at DC, we have to wonder if Alan Scott is going to come out as a campy sort of gay superhero or a buttoned-up one. He certainly has the threads for a spot at a Keir concert.

Lady Miss Keir (née Kierin Magenta Kirby) has plenty of pictures and her latest music + a bunch of videos from early and current performances at her website: LadyKier.com.

And here’s the fantastisch video of “Groove is in the Heart.” The quality of the video sucks but you get the idea.

Lyrics to “Groove is in the Heart” by Deee-Lite

We’re going to dance,
We’re going to dance,
We’re going to dance
And have some fun

The chills that you
Spill up my back
Keep me filled with
Satisfaction when we’re done
Satisfaction of what’s to come
(I) I couldn’t ask for another
(I-I-I-I-I I)
No I couldn’t ask for another
Your groove I do deeply dig
No walls only the bridge
My supperdish, my succotash wish
(Sing it baby)
(I) I couldn’t ask for another
(Uh-huh uh-huh)
(I-I-I-I-I I)
No I couldn’t ask for another

Groove is in the heart
Ah-ah-ah-ah
Groove is in the heart
Ah-ah-ah-ah
Groove is in the heart
Groove is in the heart
Ah-ah-ah

The depth the hula groove
Move us to the nth hoop
We goin’ through to Horten
Hears a who-ooh
(I) I couldn’t ask for another
(I-I-I-I-I I)
No couldn’t ask for another
DJ Soul (soul) was on a roll
I’ve been told he can’t be sold
He’s not vicious or malicious
Just de-lovely and delicious
(I) I couldn’t ask for another

(Sing it)

Groove is in the heart
Ah-ah-ah-ah
(Ne-na-na-na-na)
Groove is in the heart
(Ne-na-na-na-na)
Groove is in the heart
(Ne-na-na-na-na)
Groove is in the heart-ah-ah-ah

Groove is in the heart
Ah-ah-ah-ah (yeah)
Groove is in the heart
Ah-ah-ah
Groove is in the heart
Groove is in the heart
Ah-ah-ah

source: http://www.lyricsondemand.com/onehitwonders/grooveisintheheartlyrics.html

Lila Cheney and her man-slave Sam Guthrie AKA Cannonball. Even in comic books themselves, geeks get the hot chicks (usually by selling their souls, however).

Toon’s Fave Tune: Deadpool has Eyes for Billy Idol

27 May

Deadpool: Marvel Coimcs

Um. Holy Hell. We were beginning to research and write this post, and found ourselves overwhelmed by the biographical data available about Deadpool. So, we’re going to synposisizelate the whole affair and let you read more about the dude on Marvel Wikia.

Deadpool, Marvel ComicsWho be he? Deadpool is a mercenary. He is a smart ass mercenary. In the movie X-men Origins: Wolverine, Deadpool was played by Ryan Reynolds. Also a smart ass.

Deadpool is actually kind of a cool character. Sadly, he was created by Rob Liefield. Rob is the guy that destroyed the universe. We shall write about him in a future post. Not surprisingly, Rob’s version was a steroidal, over-the-top all muscly and swordsy goofnut who was waaaay too serious for his pajamas and was kind of a bad guy. After Rob left for deader pastures, Deadpool evolved into a good guy of sorts with a clever sense of humor and what not. He’s still stuck with a Liefeld-esque moniker, though. At least it’s not as bad as “Shatterstar.”

Rob Liefeld

Bleh. Cool character by an uncool artist. Rob Liefeld, thank you for creating Deadpool and … well, that’s pretty much it. Maybe Domino. Not so much Cable.

Marvel DatabaseAnd the rest of the stuff is handily available to you at various outlets including the Marvel Database at Wikia and Main. Saunter over to the Marvel DB once you’ve exhausted your giggles on (at?) our humble site. In the hallowed halls of Wikia wisdom, we learn that Deadpool dated a blue-skinned prostitute and he was involved in the Weapon X program (the same deal-e-o that spit out Wolverine and Sabertooth … but you already knew that).

And, our boy has a facial problem. Like, he has no face. Just a gaping, twisted maw and eyeballs. So when he pulls on his mask to hide his ugliness, BAM! … no face, just eyes. And that, kids, is why his favorite song is Billy Idol‘s hit “Eyes Without a Face.” Wanna know something weird? It was actually his favorite song before he entered the Weapon X program and before the cancer seriously deformed his countenance.  So, you know, kind of ironic. Not in an Alanis Morissette sort of way. Well, yeah, actually, maybe. Anyway, weird little coinkidink.

Marvel Comics characters

Ahhh! Don’t shoot them, Wade! Daredevil and the Punisher are two of the only reasons we read Marvel.

Deadpool comic book character

Marvel Zombieverse

Fresh from the the Marvel Zombieverse, the zombie version of Deadpool (called Headpool) makes it into the Marvel standard (616) universe. After wreaking some havoc, his hideously disfigured and zombified head is decapitated. Apparently, things really can get worse.

Billy Idol

Billy Idol‘s a rocker from the UK that hit it big during the 1980s. His music is probably best described as a punk version of British New Wave. Danceable synthesizer sounds and guitars with a snarl. His album Rebel Yell, was a smash and contained several goodies like the titular track, “Flesh for Fantasy,” “Catch My Fall,” and of course, “Eyes Without a Face.” Billy had four solid albums between 1982 and 1990. After that, “The Accident” came, then malaise, and then the inevitable oldies circuit. At least he still looks tough. Tough as in bad-ass, not tough as in the leathery face of Mick Jagger.

Billy IdolBilly was born in 1955 and started his musical career with an early version of a band that ended up being Siouxsie and the Banshees. Ready for another coincidence? Idol’s next band (and the one that helped launch him into solo stardom) was called Generation X. Over in the Marvel Universe, Deadpool has a seven-degrees-or-less-of-separation tie to a Generation X as well, in the form of an X-Men spin-off comprised of a group of mutant teenagers. We would love to write some sort of story around the connection but … whump! our legendary laziness has set in again. Suffice it to say that these sorts of connections are “uncanny.” See that? That’s a play on the X-Men’s titular* adjective. How funny is that? Not much? Yeah, we didn’t think so either. Moving on.

Billy Idol

Whoa Nelly! Didn’t expect a Christmas Idol.

Anyway, Billy Idol was a sexed-up hombre of extravagance and his bad boy doings caught up with him when he was almost killed whilst (he’s British so we’re going to use the abominable version of “while”) he was riding his motorcycle (or motorsickle as Grandpa Lloyd used to call ‘em). He ran a stop sign, got hit by a car, and almost lost his leg. Ah, presumptuous tough guy! But he stayed among the living, didn’t turn into a zombie, and apparently got serious about family, had five kids, and got religion. No, not really. We have no idea what he’s been up to since the early 1990s. Stuff, we guess.

Twisted mouths

Here Billy shows us his patented “Reverse Stallone.” Sly on the other hand, shows us what he did the moment the critical reviews came in for the Great Abomination … Judge Dredd. We don’t recall Dredd being from New York, by the by. We must have missed that issue.

We have to agree with Deadpool that this is a cool song. Kind of an ethereal thing going on then you get smacked with some trademark Idol freak-musique. Give yourself a moment to enjoy the fun.

Billy Idol

* We used the word “titular” twice in this post. It’s a funny word. Like “tittilating” and “titter.” This reminds us of a previous post we did where we unabashadly manipulated search engines and users into thinking they were coming to our site for some T&MaybeA.

Toon’s Fave Tune: The Ghost in You is Elisa Cameron

19 May

Dark Horse Comics

Dark Horse Comics Character, Ghost

In 1993, Elisa Cameron died.

Dark Horse Comics CharacterThe 1980s had been a special time for Elisa. Hopes, dreams, ambitions, loves, adventures … she had it all. After college, she began a scrappy and rapidly accelerated career as an investigative reporter. For Elisa, the pursuit of the hard story was life juice. Like a lot of journalists, she wasn’t always sure her motivations were altruistic (did she really believe in the creed of uncovering truth, no matter what, or was she sometimes more concerned about getting the satisfaction of nailing a story for personal ambition?). The fact that she questioned her ethics at all was a sign of her core morality — something not common among her fellow newshounds.

Elisa was good. Really good. Her story on graft in Arcadia’s municipal zoning commission was not only pivotal in shining new light on corruption in the city government (something that had frustratingly eluded many of her peers — even the more experienced ones), it was also considered by the press community at large as the beginning of a new wave of courageous and honest journalism. Up until the “St. Dehlia Street” story, the press had stagnated in years of fearful malaise, often stymied by miles of red tape and bureaucratic slight of hand, or the occasional (actually frequent) criminal thumbscrew. Elisa’s bold and provocative investigation grabbed an edge of the  manhole cover that hid the festering sewage of corruption underneath and pried it open.

Dark Horse ComicsIt was bound to happen. She’d been warned, by both those that meant to protect her and those that meant her harm, that her flame would burn out very quickly if she strode too quickly and too deeply into the infected underbelly. Her predicted demise, a mysterious murder, was tragic not just for the loss (or at least significant change) of a robust and meaningful life but because it also dropped a heavy hammer back down on the era of openness and decency that was peaking its hopeful and shining head out of the grey mass of detritus suffocating the city.

Ghost Comic Book CharacterBut death couldn’t hold her. Both the horrific trauma of being killed as well as nightmarish experiences with male tyranny throughout her life fueled her fire for a new crusade. As Ghost, she was relentless in pursuing the human, mutant, and/or demonic elements that had caused her death. But she also became an avenging angel of sorts as she found herself many times over protecting women she did or did not know from men’s heavy hands (and fists) of abusiveness. Her powers of transparency and intangibility gave her unique abilities to infiltrate strongholds and fight bad guys. Armed with supernatural 45s, Elisa Cameron was an otherwordly force of vengeance.


Dark Horse Comics

Ghost, Dark Horse ComicsIn corporeal life, Elisa Cameron was tough and hardworking, but she also knew how to have fun. As a young and vibrant college student in the mid 1980s, she would spend weekend nights enjoying a social life with friends and trendy strangers. New Wave music was all the rage and its infectious party atmosphere was hypnotic to Elisa. She frequented the dance clubs in Arcadia’s “City Lights, Sinful Nights” district (a hotspot for Arcadia City University students). The sounds of  ABC, Spandau Ballet, The Blow Monkeys, OMD, Simple Minds, Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, and many, many more flooded the clubs and streets. Elisa loved it.

1980s New Wave Dancing

After she was killed and emerged as an ethereal being, it was appropriate that the song that continued to return to her in moments of quiet reflection was “The Ghost In You” by The Psychedelic Furs. It’s a beautiful piece of pop music and although it led to many a slow dance, Elisa enjoyed it more as a contemplative song. She included it in a favorite mix tape that she virtually wore out on her Sony Walkman.

New Wave Music

British New Wave MusicThe Furs formed in the UK during the late 1970s and were prominent until the early 1990s. They are probably best known for their hit “Pretty in Pink” the titular theme song for the John Hughes movie (incidentally, Elisa hated one of our Hughes’ favorites, Weird Science — too exploitative, she says, which is ironic given that she wears a bustier that barely covers her nipples). The song “The Ghost in You” comes off the epic Mirror Moves album.

So, here you go. We share with the Dark Horse Comics icon’s favorite song. Behold, Elisa “Ghost” Cameron’s fave toon…

Lyrics to Ghost in You by The Psychedelic Furs

A man in my shoes runs a light and
All the papers lied tonight
But falling over you
Is the news of the day
Angels fall like rain
And love (love, love)
Is all of heaven away

Inside you
The time moves
And she don’t fade
The ghost in you
She don’t fade
Inside you
The time moves
And she don’t fade

A race is on, I’m on your side and
Here in you my engines die I’m
In a mood for you
Or running away
Stars come down in you
And love (love, love)
You can’t give it away

Inside you
The time moves
And she don’t fade
The ghost in you
She don’t fade
Inside you
The time moves
And she don’t fade

Don’t you go
It makes no sense when
All your talk and supermen just
Take away the time
And get in the way
Ain’t it just like rain?
And love (love, love)
Is only heaven away

Inside you
The time moves
And she don’t fade
The ghost in you
She don’t fade

Inside you
The time moves
And she don’t fade
The ghost in you
She don’t fade

Inside you
The time moves
And she don’t fade
The ghost in you
She don’t fade


By the way, if you’re Jonesing for new Ghost stories, Dark Horse Comics announced in April 2012 a plan to release a new monthly series starting in September 2012.

Comic Book Character

Adam Hughes

Hey, we found this scan while we were preparing the post. We forgot that Adam Hughes signed a bunch of stuff for us at a Comic-Con back in the 1990s. We don’t bother looking for him now-a-days. Like Disneyland, we have zero patience for waiting in long lines.

Adam Hughes and Belle Chere

Of course, we’d probably get closer to Adam Hughes if we looked like Belle Chere all geared up in character.

New Toon’s Fave Tune: Captain Marvel’s Detachable Penis

29 Apr

Surprise!

Holy Hippocratic Oath!

OK, OK. We know this one is somewhat vulgar but we have to do it. Besides, it’s actually creepy funny without being sexual. Still, we would rate this post a PG-13, so, buyer beware.

There have been so many iterations of Captain Marvel that we can’t keep up. And we wouldn’t be able to even if we cared. But one of them is unintentionally humorous (or “houmourous” if we do the extended Canado-Austra-Brittania spelling) and we all know how Comics A-Go-Go! likes unfortunatality {real word) in comics (like when Batman was a sadist and a pedophile; actually, we don’t like that one at all. We’ll have to do a post on Rob Liefeld soon to supplant those awful memories of the foibles of our Guy from Gotham).

Captain Marvel Comic Book Character

Captain Marvel yells “Split” to separate and “Xam” to come back together again. If he combines them by yelling “Splaxam!”, DC sues him.

In 1966, the world was introduced to a weirdo version of Captain Marvel. His unique power was the ability to split his body into multiple pieces. This version of CM was  conceived and published by an obscure company called M.F. Publishing (apparently the name “Captain Marvel” sat in public domain at the time or something). This publisher’s concoction depicted Captain Marvel as a powerful robot created on another planet and sent to earth to promote peace (and enforce it probably, ‘cuz we suck at peace and need to be taught a lesson). Incidentally, he is super powerful and his home planet explodes just moments after he is launched into outer space. In a parallel universe we call him Knock-off Superman.

Now this is just downright silly.

Comic Book Character: Captain Marvel

It was the 1960s, so superheroes still had their boy sidekicks. Captain Marvel’s was Billy … Baxton. Wait, what? Aw, shazamanizzle!

An early idea floating around the creative department at MF entailed giving Captain Marvel the ability to remove his nipples, testicles, and penis. The writer felt that these items were unnecessary and would get in the way of battle sequences (can you imagine how much more powerful Captain Marvel would have been if he didn’t have to worry about villains administering a titty twister, a ball buster, or a Johnson jerk?).  At the time, the creators were constrained by social mores and the Comics Code Authority, so the idea didn’t fly.

Comic Book Characters

Rock BandWhat the creators didn’t know was that Captain Marvel had acquired the power to detach his dingle all on his own. There was a storyline about it in issue #5 but the title was cancelled before he could show his unique skill. The incomplete pages for issue #5 (very capably penciled by Captain Marvel himself) have been lost although there is some suspicion that they ended up in the hands of Tom Cruise (we chose to malign him because we just saw Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol and, well, let’s just say we laughed a lot when we don’t think we were supposed to laugh). Years after Captain “Split” Marvel lapsed into the dark blur of history, King Missile wrote a song about genitalia separation. When the song came out in 1992, the former Captain Marvel was a retired Brigadier General and was hitting the lecture circuit as a very minor celebrity. As the song gained some traction on the charts, Marvel enthusiastically endorsed “Detachable Penis” in his ill-received memoirs, My Left Foot … Where Were You Last Night?

Rock Song

1992’s Detachable Penis. Captain Marvel’s favorite song.

King Missile’s “Detachable Penis” was a very modest pop music success but ultimately the band was a dubbed a one hit wonder that actually had better things to do on the alternative music, small venue, smug intellectual circuit, so that was pretty much it for the boys. For his part, Brigadier General Marvel labeled King Missile as “confusing,” and “a crude version of Cake,” and “eh, other than my adopted theme song, … pass.”

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