Thursday, February 04, 2010

Oh, Just What the World Needs -- An Early Clue to the New Direction That Looks Like Kiddie Porn!

From 1998 and the Mean Streets of The Mickey Mouse Club -- please enjoy(?) the irrepressible Britney Spears and her frankly in questionable taste on a zillion levels hit "...Baby One More Time."



You probably should take a shower afterwards, but in any case a coveted PowerPop No-Prize will be awarded the first reader who gleans the clip's relevance to the theme of tomorrow's Weekend Listomania.

14 comments:

FD13NYC said...

Young kid artists, once really famous who are still trying to hold on to their careers? Or, videos with really stupid choreography?

Peter said...

Songs that don't help us make a case for our culture to radical Islamists.

The Kenosha Kid said...

Songs that were offered to one performer (TLC in this case) that were turned down and became a humongous hit for another performer.

FTW!!!

MBowen said...

Songs that were later covered for the better?

steve simels said...

The Kenosha Kid said...
Songs that were offered to one performer (TLC in this case) that were turned down and became a humongous hit for another performer.


That's actually a pretty good idea, and I may steal it in the future.
:-)

But noo......

racymind said...

Videos that will inspire the invention of eye condoms?

Videos that inspire drug resistant bacteria?

Best/worst high school rebellion music?

J. Loslo said...

White performers trying to sound black?

Relationship violence?

Icky schoolgirl fetishes?

rurritable said...

Songs by acts that believed Bush kept them safe?

geor3ge said...

Age-inappropriate songs?

rurritable said...

Songs by acts that tongued Madonna?
That went on to decompensate and shave their heads?
That are poster children for "purple drank?"

Anonymous said...

Baby, baby, sweet baby. Songs with baby in the title.

Phil

steve simels said...

No, no, no, no and no. I think that's everything.


Anyway -- here's the big clue.


The word "hit." Left out of the title, but obviously there.
:-)

TJWood said...

Songs that should have been major hits but somehow weren't? Or perhaps the reverse: Godawful songs that somehow became major hits. However, we've had both of these before.

steve simels said...

MBowen said...
Songs that were later covered for the better?

2/04/2010 3:51 PM


Actually, on reflection, close enough.

Fah Lo Suee, please dispatch the coveted No-Prize by planaria convoy immediately.
:-)