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Yak Ballz "Scifentology II" Record Release Party/Show @ Rebel NYC

Yak Ballz Saturday, January 5, 2008


FloSpot Records and Scifen Presents: Yak Ballz "Scifentology II" Record Release Party/Show @ Rebel NYC

January 31st 8:00 PM - Rebel NYC
251 W. 30th St. (btn 7th and 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10001

Performing:

Benn Grim (Cardboard City)
Peter Toh
Slow Suicide Stimulus
House of Blow (F. Sean Martin & Daryl Palumbo)
Yak Ballz (Weathermen)

DJ Sets by: DJ Jedi and DJ Mel-Ski

+Special Guests: Cage, Thomas Phenomas, and more...
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A Quick Cheesing - Featured on Myspace TV

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I wrote Myspace right after I saw that our "Basketball in the Face" was stolen, and featured, and they were great about handling the situation. They pulled the stolen video within 24 hours of it being up there, and they even gave us another shot by featuring "A Quick Cheesing" today! So go to vids.myspace.com and you'll see "A Quick Cheesing" as the top video under "More Featured Videos".
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The Writer's Strike Continues

Dan Taft Friday, January 4, 2008

I have been back on the blog circuit for 1 day and lo and behold, I have received an email. An email from smidgits.com, nonetheless. It seems I am a highly coveted writer these days, and that really should come as no surprise to anyone. It won't be long before Hollywood comes a knockin' and asks me to write for all of the TV shows and movies. It's only a matter of time.
So with that, I am demanding higher pay, better hours, and better working conditions. In addition, I will require a chicken roll every day, a minimum of dos bowles, and two boxes of swiss cake rolls. If my demands are not met, I will go on strike and discontinue my blogs.
I am also meeting with Bruce Villanch next week at a little club called the Blue Oyster for what he called "an intimate business meeting." Sounds exclusive. Look out Whoopi- I'm comin' for that center square.
All joking aside, be sure to check out smidgits.com as they have a really cool site, and have a film and video podcast series, which can be found all over the web! As they put it, "So to "up" our cool status, and to offer our community an opportunity to visit your site, we would love to trade links"...Anyway, we're more than happy to help "up" your cool status guys, keep up the great work!
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2008 - The Year of the Drama Prairie Cat


While 2007 was dominated by the weird-ass ugly-looking Drama Prairie Dog, or Chipmunk, or whatever the hell you call that thing, 2008 is being dubbed The Year of the Drama Prairie Cat. Lulu the Cat upstages the hell out of that furry little thing, and on top of that, adds a much higher level of cuteness.

Check out the recent posts by Cute Overload and The Infinite Cat Project and also check Lulu's bio on ugcDB (user-generated content database) HERE.

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Top 5 Obsessive love songs

Adam Schleichkorn , , , ,
Check out this list by:
Corinne Pariante of universitypressonline.com, as she lists her top 5 obsessive love songs, and includes "Masquerade in the Key of Crime" by The Stryder with (some) good company...



1. "My Bloody Valentine" -- Good Charlotte

Good Charlotte is usually known for catchy pop-punk songs such as "Boys and Girls" and "Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous". In this creepy number, entitiled "My Bloody Valentine," the boys of Good Charlotte sing to the girl they love. To prove their love for her, they describe in detail how they kill her boyfriend:

"He dropped you off, I followed him home
Then I, I stood outside his bedroom window
Standing over him, he begged me not to do
What I knew I had to do 'cause I'm so in love with you
Oh, my love
Please don't cry
I'll wash my bloody hands and
We'll start a new life"

How sweet.


2. "Cactus" -- Pixies

The Pixies sing despondently, of their love and desperation for a girl. It sounds sweet, but they want her to mutilate herself, stain her dress with the resulting blood and sweat just for nostalgic purposes:

"Sitting here wishing on a cement floor
Just wishing that I had just something you wore
Bloody your hands on a cactus tree
Wipe it on your dress and send it to me"

This song was also redone by the occasionally creepy David Bowie on his album, Heathen.


3. "Masquerade in the Key of Crime" -- The Stryder

The Stryder (which have since broken up) make a beautiful, yet disturbing song about a boy out to kill his ex-girlfriend:

"It's freezing outside now.
It's crowded.
It's loud as hell in here.
My mission, to kill her.
Incision. It will hurt.
I'm staring, stop staring.
She's wearing my favorite shirt."

In the song, set to the piano, they sing how the ex-boyfriend stalks her at a party, all the while questioning whether he should kill her. He even goes as far as chasing her. The song has a shocking finale.


4. "Invisible" -- Clay Aiken

That's right, "American Idol" runner up Clay Aiken gets a little creepy in his single, "Invisible":

"If I was invisible
Then I could just watch you in your room
If I was invincible
I'd make you mine tonight"

On first listen it seems that he is just tired of a girl not noticing him, but by listening further, you realize that he wants to keep his eye on her till she sees him. What makes it even more awkward is when he sings that he is invisible. So does that mean he has been watching this girl without her awareness? That's called stalking. CREEPY.


5. "867-5309 (Jenny)" -- Tommy Tutone

This one hit wonder from the eighties is quite catchy, but then the lyrics reveal that he doesn't actually know the girl, but has gotten the girl's number from the bathroom stall. This is all it takes for his obsession with Jenny to begin:

"Jenny, Jenny you're the girl for me
You don't know me but you make me so happy
I tried to call you before
But I lost my nerve
I tried my imagination
But I was disturbed
Jenny I've got your number
I need to make you mine"

While more subtle, this song still evokes the creepiness of the obsessive behavior of boys stalking the one they think they love.
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How much does it suck being a Macaque?

Adam Schleichkorn Thursday, January 3, 2008
Apparently it sucks a lot. Yahoo's Odd News released a story yesterday titled Cost of coitus: Male monkeys pay for sex, which says that "male macaques pay for intercourse by using grooming as a currency". I thought that wild animals had it made when it comes to their sex lives, but it seems like they're getting just as much crap as guys do to get laid.
It's not fair to say they're paying for sex though, this is their equivalent to dinner and a movie. Do we say we're paying when we take a girl out to dinner or buy them a gift? Either way those poor Macaques don't have it as easy as most wild animals. Thank goodness we had Michael Gumer of Nanyang Technological University; he made the discovery in a 20-month investigation into 50 long-tailed macaques in Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia. I heard that the word in the jungle though is that the Macaques felt much better once they saw how much of a loser Gumer was.
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Petertoh.com

We've been having problems with Petertoh.com lately, but we should fix it and be up and running any day now. All the posts from there are also posted here at Hiddentracktv.com, so check back here for the time being. We'll let you know right away when it's back! Also be sure to check youtube.com/hiddentracktv for new videos every week!
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House of Blow - Champion Hour

Yak Ballz ,
House of Blow performs "Champion Hour" at the El N Gee. Scifentology II by Yak Ballz coming January 29th on Flospot Records. Go to youtube.com/YakBallzTV and Click Subscribe.

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Boycott Text Messages!!!

Dan Taft


Text Messaging must be stopped. The human race is becoming more individually isolated with each passing technology upgrade. Why must we be subjected to forced conversations carried out through texts? And why is it that the serial texters always seem to be female? If you have something to say, honey, then pick up the fucking phone and call me. From this day forward I hereby boycott text messaging, and I encourage all of you, my loyal fans, to do the same.

One more thing: Did you know that text messaging can give you cancer? “Cancer?” you say. Yes, cancer! It was recently reported in the American Medical Association’s quarterly journal that text messages emit a peculiar type of radiation that normal cell phone calls do not. When you hit the button to read the text, these dangerous radioactive waves can actually transmit from the phone into your body, causing a wide array of painful symptoms all leading up to cancer; yes, cancer. So chew on that before your next textcapade…
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Gary the Retard 's Filthy Joke

Adam Schleichkorn Wednesday, January 2, 2008 ,
Gary the Retard attempts to call Shuli a "filthy jew" backstage with The Reverend Bob Levy on the Killers of Comedy Tour.

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Rambo Roar

Adam Schleichkorn Tuesday, January 1, 2008 , ,
There's a Rambo contest on Break.com, so I spent a solid hour editing this Rambo clip on their online editing program, just so I can embed it here, but for some reason the music tracks are gone now (probably because they didn't have the copyrights). In just so happens that this might make it even more ridiculous. Anyway, here's "Rambo Roar"...

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Fence Plowing

Adam Schleichkorn Sunday, December 30, 2007 , ,
The short version of the infamous original fence plowing clip that made national news. - Hidden Track TV

 
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