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Limp Bizkit Choo Choo
(download of the day)

Tonight's selection comes from Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine. I discovered Mr. Cheese through his amazing cover of Disturbed's Down With The Sickness featured in the movie Dawn Of The Dead. His lounge singer remakes of hard rock songs are priceless - it was hard to choose just one offering but I went with the song that cracks me up the most, just for the "Limp Bizkit choo choo" thing at the end. There's downloads-a-plenty at his site, including the aforementioned Disturbed song, which you must hear, especially if you are familiar with the original. Download - Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine/Nookie-Break Stuff -mp3 Off topic: For those who were expecting me to weigh in on the Randy Johnson thing, I have only thing to say: I didn't want him here in the first place. And this shit just doesn't fly in New York. If he keeps up this attitude, the fans will turn on him in a heartbeat and it will be Ed freakin' Whitson all over again. That ain't a good thing, folks.

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Richard Cheese rocks.

In a non-threatening manner.

You're right, the ending on this one is just so funny. Thanks!

Come on, Michele, Randy's just trying to live up to his nickname, but in NY vernacular [most Yankee fans probably don't even know what a "unit" is ;). ]

Mr. Johnson reacted like anyone else who had a camera shoved up his nose would. Quite frankly, I feel he used remarkable restraint and should be commended and NOT hassled by the very people he came to rescue from Baseball oblivion.

I discovered RC through a friend of mine. His stuff is priceless and it brings back images of Bill Murray as the lounge singer on SNL in the 70s..

this is just wrong......

Baseball oblivion? Lay off the crack, man.

Johnson's compunded the sin by actually apologizing about it...what's he thinkin?

Has anyone read Richard Cheeses 2005 political statement?

http://www.revolutioncentral.com/cheese2005.html

Yes, I know he's a far left liberal. And I don't care. I'm not one of those people who lets an entertainer's politics get in the way of my enjoyment of their talents.

I'm the same way, but if they "get in my face" about their politics while they're supposed to be entertaining me, they lose me pretty quickly.

Well, his politics weren't in my face until you put the link here.

I even forgive some acts whose politics are in my face. For example, I just ignore the minimum wage bits of Lazyboy's Underwear Goes Inside the Pants.

I love that song!