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Discussion in 'RC' started by Erik, Jan 19, 2006.
haha why was that guy filming from a highway embankment?
"Well placed tree."
Anyhow, the joke is on these fucks as they may serve a year or two for the stunt. Conspiracy to commit a crime, disturbing the peace, unlawful assemblage, driving without a seat belt.
Except for the seat belt part, those are all crimes RC is guilty of
This is apparently the song they performed, cringe worthy!
Why anyone would ever think that was a good idea is completely beyond me.
hahaha I thought the dude with long hair was Ted Danson at first
This made me uncomfortable
Bird rocks out at 50 seconds in.
At about 1:04 it sounds like the bird is about to break into I am the Black Wizards.
Someone redubbed it. HAHA
don't be hatin on 1990NOW! y'all
it's as if Nad and Krigloch had an offspring
hahahahahahaha fucking Christopher Cross
Dude, the wife and I have a long running joke that if one of us ever seriously considered suicide, listening to CC could help finish the job, preferrably with "Sailing"
oh, and HAHAHAHAHA yeah, he *does* look like Krig's and NAD's son
ugh....I just watched the whole video. I wonder if there's ever been anything worse than the combination of Christopher Cross, Dudley Moore, Liza Minelli, that horrible fucking movie, and the zeitgeist of the early 80s.
i like both Sailing and the tune above.
what was that guy that was playing on the tv's in the store of 40 Year Old Virgin ... Christopher McDonald? now that guy is a killer! but makes for great demo music to sell big spiff speakers.
See "yacht rock"
hahahah .. I think this is the video they were playing in the movie
I can imagine playing this song on Ken's super stereo hi-fi rig ... just bliss.
You dont understand, man. If you were my age (4 when "Sailing" came out) in the States in the early 80s, you could not escape this horrible shit. Every time you got in the back seat of the Ford Granada, if Mom and Dad happened to feel like turning on the analog FM radio, you were forced to endure this for however long the trip might be. It's been haunting me ever since.
this is "hotel rock" in my book. like one step above elevator music. I keep hearing this stuff all the time when i am on vacation somewhere.