The Wolfgang Press Goes to Kansas

Well that was a little unnerving.

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What if Xander Harris Threw a Rave But Nobody Came?

Not a great turnout at this rave.

On the plus side, the drugs seem to be working.

Jimmy Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy Jimmy

While we’re still talking Bappi Lahiri, here’s what’s probably his most famous song, Jimmy Jimmy Aaja, which of course MIA sampled (covered? recreated?) in her song Jimmy.

Speaking of Jimmies, here are The Undertones, doing their completely unrelated song “Jimmy Jimmy.”

Ohh-ah Ohh-ah! Bappi Lahiri Borrows from the Buggles

Speaking of Bappi Lahiri, which we were doing yesterday, here’s a song of his that borrows a little something something from Video Killed the Radio Star. But you’ll have to admit that the finished product bears rather little resemblance to anything the Buggles ever produced.

Everybody Dance With Bap-Bap-Bappi

Muscial director Bappi Lahiri, Bollywood’s greatest magpie, throws in everything from electro to 60s garage punk into this little number from 1987, featuring what is probably the world’s loudest tape recorder.

CONCEPT SUPER CONCEPT.

Oll Raigh!

Italian pop star sings a song in gibberish that’s supposed to sound like English with an American drawl (and which occasionally seems to lapse into actual English). Not only do I love the, er, “lyrics,” but I love that relentless backing track. And of course the video, which combines two “live” performances of the song on Italian TV.

I know, this was big on the Internets a couple of years ago, and I should move on. But I love this song. I could listen to it on repeat for ten hours, and maybe I will.

Hold something!

Are you ready? Are you ready for this?

Do you like it? Do you like it like this?

 

Sharevari Dance Party, 1982

Yes, this is a video of people dancing to techno music in 1982. Before the genre even had a name. Back when the genre wasn’t actually a genre so much as just this one song, Sharevari, from the never-heard-from-again group A Number of Names.

Also, the host of the show, who makes an appearance at the end, is clearly high as fuck. He is possibly the highest person I have ever seen on television.

Below, the song without the voiceovers, sounds from the studio, etc.

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