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Friday, June 01, 2007

A Musing #452

So I was just sitting here thinking...

Wouldn't it be great if somebody remade THIS SONG? It completely rocks and the lyrics are cool and have a decent hook:

When I look all around
I can't believe the things I've found
Now I need to find my way
I'm lost I'm lost find me
Living in the Land of the Lost
Living in the Land of the Lost

Imagine the RAMONES doing this song! Or how about BAUHAUS? Or the THERMALS? Or INTERPOL? Heck, even THE BEATLES!

Wouldn't that be cool?

I think that would be cool.

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At 6/01/2007 2:36 PM, Blogger jason said...

Man, I LOVED that show. Now when I see it though, it just doesn't live up to how cool I thought it was when I was a kid. I guess that's true with a lot of stuff.

Those sleestacks are still scary though!

How 'bout a cover of THIS themesong:

Done by the White Stripes perhaps?

At 6/01/2007 2:48 PM, Blogger phatmogera said...

How about the Yayhoos? They do a killer cover of Dancing Queen.

At 6/01/2007 9:01 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

jason - I still like Land of the Lost... there were some pretty good writers on that show, like Theodore Sturgeon (Sci-Fi), David Gerrold (Star Trek) and DC Fontana (Star Trek).

And I like the closing credits theme much more... it's got that weird sound winging through it. But now I'm imagining the White Stripes singing "Marshall, Will and Holly..."

How about the Yayhoos? They do a killer cover of Dancing Queen.

Hmmmm... i did find their version of "Love Train" pretty enjoyable...

At 5/22/2009 5:29 PM, Blogger Marcelo Vignali said...

Oh, the Ramones would tear that up!

At 5/22/2009 6:50 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

Yeah, that's what I think too. Imagine Johnny's guitar blasting that riff, and Joey's weird/haunting vocals...


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