Thursday, January 08, 2009

Yet Another Early Clue to the New Direction

From 1984, here's Weird Al Yankovic, on a TV variety show somewhere in the Mystic East, performing his Michael Jackson parody "Eat It." With subtitles.



As always, a coveted PowerPop No-Prize will be awarded to the first reader who gleans the clip's relevance to tomorrow's Listomania.

11 comments:

TMink said...

Best parodies?

Funniest rock songs?

Worst hair in rock?

Trey

Gummo said...

I HATE Weird Al.

He's. Not. Funny.




Sorry, just had to get that off my chest.

CovetedNOPrizeWinnerWithOakLeafCluster said...

Evergreens. Mr. Weird has been well known since the seventies, is still around, still well known and still has some chart success!

Mike said...

Food related songs?

steves said...

"He's. Not. Funny."

Still, you gotta admit that "Bob" song is darn clever.

TMink said...

Big in Japan?

steve simels said...

Weird Al isn't funny?

MBowen said...

Guys who play accordion?

Ali said...

Songs about food?

cover versions?

steve simels said...

Okay, there's just no fooling you guys.
:-)

Mike and Ali -- your first ever Co-No-Prize is being sent to you by worm roundup [see: Rocky and Bullwinkle] as we speak.

And I should add that there's a proviso to the category that I will expound on when the list goes up after midnight.

geor3ge said...

Still, you gotta admit that "Bob" song is darn clever.

Setting Star Wars Ep. 1 to "American Pie" was a hoot, if a bit overwrought.