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2014-04-26 09:36:21 PM  
Ironic, seeing as there are no black ducks in Duckburg. >.>
 
2014-04-26 10:15:16 PM  
How dare you fark with the Ducktales theme?! That is perhaps the best theme of any 80s/90s Saturday morning cartoon
 
2014-04-26 10:58:02 PM  
I've been seeing a lot of Postmodern Jukebox everywhere lately. Really liking their covers. It's hard not to like a seven foot sad clown singing "Royals" or their bluegrass version of "Blurred Lines" with that beautifully hypnotic singer.

/ may be biased. Beautiful women who can really sing melt my black heart.
 
2014-04-27 12:13:17 AM  
I like Duck Tales.  I like Postmodern Jukebox.  Somehow not a fan of this one.
 
2014-04-27 12:44:11 AM  
If I ran a coffee shop, I'd sneak this onto the playlist and see if anyone noticed.
 
2014-04-27 02:13:55 AM  

Captain Steroid: Ironic, seeing as there are no black ducks in Duckburg. >.>


Magica DeSpell disagrees
 
2014-04-27 04:19:18 AM  
This was the most awful thing I've heard in a *long* time.
 
2014-04-27 05:03:09 AM  

alwaysjaded: I've been seeing a lot of Postmodern Jukebox everywhere lately. Really liking their covers. It's hard not to like a seven foot sad clown singing "Royals" or their bluegrass version of "Blurred Lines" with that beautifully hypnotic singer.

/ may be biased. Beautiful women who can really sing melt my black heart.


the Blurred Lines bluegrass girl might be cute, but she's no bassist from The Beef Seeds.

//best bluegrass covers i've heard in forever.
 
2014-04-27 05:12:01 AM  
That was stupid
 
2014-04-27 05:18:46 AM  
I like what this guy did with the Crossfire jingle:
http://youtu.be/wvDUx-RWJxw
 
2014-04-27 06:24:59 AM  

beautifulbob: I like Duck Tales.  I like Postmodern Jukebox.  Somehow not a fan of this one.


Yeah, it seems like kind of a fun idea (not really an original one, but potentially entertaining), but this particular example isn't very good.  Not  terrible, just... not very good.  Like a bunch of high school students that are moderately competent but only play in their spare time as a hobby roped somebody's ad-writer dad into doing some pro bono arrangement for them.

Which, in fairness, might actually be the case.  They seem to primarily exist as a function of the same section of the internet that gave us Rebecca Black, so... might be more appropriate to judge them more on "pretty OK for an amateur act" grounds rather than getting on their ass about sounding... amateur.
 
2014-04-27 06:33:58 AM  
There was a link, posted months ago, the the 'Sweet Child O' Mine' cover. It was pretty good. Beyond that, I've only ever heard two other songs in their entire library--'Call Me Maybe', because it was inescapable a couple years ago, and the Miley Cyrus song, cause of the SNL digital short from awhile back, I haven't heard of a single other person they're covering.

Also, this Ducktales cover is farking wretched.
 
2014-04-27 07:10:11 AM  

robohobo: There was a link, posted months ago, the the 'Sweet Child O' Mine' cover. It was pretty good. Beyond that, I've only ever heard two other songs in their entire library--'Call Me Maybe', because it was inescapable a couple years ago, and the Miley Cyrus song, cause of the SNL digital short from awhile back, I haven't heard of a single other person they're covering.

Also, this Ducktales cover is farking wretched.


Wretched is a good word for it. It sounds like that girl in high school show choir that sings literally EVERYTHiNG in that style, especially when eeveryone else is taking five and she thinks everyone wants to hear that. Her name was Emily Roberts.
Also, it sounds like those dipshiat singers that screw with the national anthem by warbling up and down the scale for no reason.
 
2014-04-27 07:17:53 AM  
Blathering Blatherskite!
 
2014-04-27 08:34:29 AM  
Moon level > the theme.
 
2014-04-27 08:45:36 AM  

Gig103: Captain Steroid: Ironic, seeing as there are no black ducks in Duckburg. >.>

Magica DeSpell disagrees


First of all, she lives in Mt. Vesuvius, which is NOT in Duckburg. Secondly, if you mean her sidekick/brother Poe, he was a duck turned into a RAVEN. There's no indication he was initially a black duck.

My point that Scrooge McDuck bribedconvinced the Duckburg city council to enact Jim Crow laws to keep black ducks away from his Money Bin still stands.
 
2014-04-27 09:11:58 AM  

Captain Steroid: Gig103: Captain Steroid: Ironic, seeing as there are no black ducks in Duckburg. >.>

Magica DeSpell disagrees

First of all, she lives in Mt. Vesuvius, which is NOT in Duckburg. Secondly, if you mean her sidekick/brother Poe, he was a duck turned into a RAVEN. There's no indication he was initially a black duck.

My point that Scrooge McDuck bribedconvinced the Duckburg city council to enact Jim Crow laws to keep black ducks away from his Money Bin still stands.


Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.
 
2014-04-27 09:20:00 AM  

The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.


Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:

www.allaboutbirds.org

So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.
 
2014-04-27 09:39:51 AM  

Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:



So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.


Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.
 
2014-04-27 09:47:25 AM  
WTF was that guy in the foreground playing, an electric clarinet or some sort of melodica?
 
2014-04-27 10:02:40 AM  

Smackledorfer: Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:

So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.

Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.


Unless of course, Duckburg had full on apartheid instituted by Scrooge and Flintheart Glomgold's financial practices and as a result, European black ducks refused to go to Duckburg.  Probably all sorts of protests in Londuck and Birdlin demanding an end to the practice, Nelson Mallardela rotting in a prison somewhere under the money bin.
 
2014-04-27 10:04:58 AM  

Smackledorfer: Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:



So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.

Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.


Put down the hashpipe...
 
2014-04-27 10:08:33 AM  

The_Y2P_Problem: Smackledorfer: Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:

So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.

Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.

Unless of course, Duckburg had full on apartheid instituted by Scrooge and Flintheart Glomgold's financial practices and as a result, European black ducks refused to go to Duckburg.  Probably all sorts of protests in Londuck and Birdlin demanding an end to the practice, Nelson Mallardela rotting in a prison somewhere under the money bin.


Are we really discussing racism in Duckberg? You guys are smoking to much dope.
 
2014-04-27 10:17:07 AM  

alwaysjaded: I've been seeing a lot of Postmodern Jukebox everywhere lately. Really liking their covers. It's hard not to like a seven foot sad clown singing "Royals" or their bluegrass version of "Blurred Lines" with that beautifully hypnotic singer.

/ may be biased. Beautiful women who can really sing melt my black heart.


He seems to be a really talented guy with an ear for arrangement, I'm glad to see him getting some attention because a lot of what he does is really fun.  I don't think it's on his Youtube channel, but if you do a bit of searching, he did a lot of the 'old timey' versions of pop songs scattered around Bioshock Infinate, which is how I first came across him.
 
2014-04-27 10:20:18 AM  

The_Y2P_Problem: Smackledorfer: Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:

So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.

Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.

Unless of course, Duckburg had full on apartheid instituted by Scrooge and Flintheart Glomgold's financial practices and as a result, European black ducks refused to go to Duckburg.  Probably all sorts of protests in Londuck and Birdlin demanding an end to the practice, Nelson Mallardela rotting in a prison somewhere under the money bin.


Where does Darkwing Duck fit in?
 
2014-04-27 10:24:14 AM  
Uncut?  Oh.
 
2014-04-27 11:02:53 AM  

Johnny Savage: The_Y2P_Problem: Smackledorfer: Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:

So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.

Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.

Unless of course, Duckburg had full on apartheid instituted by Scrooge and Flintheart Glomgold's financial practices and as a result, European black ducks refused to go to Duckburg.  Probably all sorts of protests in Londuck and Birdlin demanding an end to the practice, Nelson Mallardela rotting in a prison somewhere under the money bin.

Where does Darkwing Duck fit in?


Notice he's the one you associate with trouble.
 
2014-04-27 11:27:13 AM  
I prefer Raaaaaaandy's F-tales.

Bye.
 
2014-04-27 11:37:55 AM  
That sucked.
 
2014-04-27 12:14:21 PM  

The_Y2P_Problem: Smackledorfer: Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:

So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.

Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.

Unless of course, Duckburg had full on apartheid instituted by Scrooge and Flintheart Glomgold's financial practices and as a result, European black ducks refused to go to Duckburg.  Probably all sorts of protests in Londuck and Birdlin demanding an end to the practice, Nelson Mallardela rotting in a prison somewhere under the money bin.


Could be worse, could be Turkey
 
2014-04-27 12:44:23 PM  
Oddly enough, the keyboardist from Nightwish put out a solo CD based on Scrooge McDuck. It's the #1 Cd in Finland, and doing really really good all across Europe.

www.metalsucks.net
 
2014-04-27 12:54:00 PM  

kling_klang_bed: a solo CD based on Scrooge McDuck. It's the #1 Cd in Finland


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xm8WmiKj5go
 
2014-04-27 12:58:41 PM  

TheZorker: This was the most awful thing I've heard in a *long* time.

 
2014-04-27 01:03:19 PM  

dragonchild: kling_klang_bed: a solo CD based on Scrooge McDuck. It's the #1 Cd in Finland

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xm8WmiKj5go


Might give it a listen just for a laugh. Haven't been able to stand Nightwish after 'Once', and that guy is an epic douche to boot.
 
2014-04-27 01:38:24 PM  

DrunkWithImpotence: alwaysjaded: I've been seeing a lot of Postmodern Jukebox everywhere lately. Really liking their covers. It's hard not to like a seven foot sad clown singing "Royals" or their bluegrass version of "Blurred Lines" with that beautifully hypnotic singer.

/ may be biased. Beautiful women who can really sing melt my black heart.

He seems to be a really talented guy with an ear for arrangement, I'm glad to see him getting some attention because a lot of what he does is really fun.  I don't think it's on his Youtube channel, but if you do a bit of searching, he did a lot of the 'old timey' versions of pop songs scattered around Bioshock Infinate, which is how I first came across him.


Who should I look for? Scott Bradlee or Puddles? I bought PJ's album a few days ago and have been really enjoying it, and I'm not normally a fan of this type of music. Really like Robyn's voice.
 
2014-04-27 01:40:52 PM  

steve-0: alwaysjaded: I've been seeing a lot of Postmodern Jukebox everywhere lately. Really liking their covers. It's hard not to like a seven foot sad clown singing "Royals" or their bluegrass version of "Blurred Lines" with that beautifully hypnotic singer.

/ may be biased. Beautiful women who can really sing melt my black heart.

the Blurred Lines bluegrass girl might be cute, but she's no bassist from The Beef Seeds.

//best bluegrass covers i've heard in forever.


I watched a video of theirs on YouTube but I should probably listen on a speaker not coming from the back of my phone. Looks interesting though.
 
2014-04-27 01:43:18 PM  

alwaysjaded: DrunkWithImpotence: alwaysjaded: I've been seeing a lot of Postmodern Jukebox everywhere lately. Really liking their covers. It's hard not to like a seven foot sad clown singing "Royals" or their bluegrass version of "Blurred Lines" with that beautifully hypnotic singer.

/ may be biased. Beautiful women who can really sing melt my black heart.

He seems to be a really talented guy with an ear for arrangement, I'm glad to see him getting some attention because a lot of what he does is really fun.  I don't think it's on his Youtube channel, but if you do a bit of searching, he did a lot of the 'old timey' versions of pop songs scattered around Bioshock Infinate, which is how I first came across him.

Who should I look for? Scott Bradlee or Puddles? I bought PJ's album a few days ago and have been really enjoying it, and I'm not normally a fan of this type of music. Really like Robyn's voice.


Here, try this.   http://www.postmodernjukebox.com/2013/09/13/my-music-in-bioshock-infi n ite/
 
2014-04-27 01:59:50 PM  
I love this thread. Thank you everyone.
 
2014-04-27 02:10:14 PM  

Captain Steroid: Gig103: Captain Steroid: Ironic, seeing as there are no black ducks in Duckburg. >.>

Magica DeSpell disagrees

First of all, she lives in Mt. Vesuvius, which is NOT in Duckburg. Secondly, if you mean her sidekick/brother Poe, he was a duck turned into a RAVEN. There's no indication he was initially a black duck.

My point that Scrooge McDuck bribedconvinced the Duckburg city council to enact Jim Crow laws to keep black ducks away from his Money Bin still stands.


I bow before your superior knowledge of Duckberg. This thread is hilarious.
 
2014-04-27 02:34:54 PM  

kling_klang_bed: dragonchild: kling_klang_bed: a solo CD based on Scrooge McDuck. It's the #1 Cd in Finland

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xm8WmiKj5go

Might give it a listen just for a laugh. Haven't been able to stand Nightwish after 'Once', and that guy is an epic douche to boot.


Yea, I don't think that link is what you think it is.
 
2014-04-27 02:43:12 PM  

INeedAName: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xm8WmiKj5go


Doh, my bad! I thought it was a link to that album. This sounds like old school Alphaville in Finnish, lol!
 
2014-04-27 04:01:55 PM  

dragonchild: Uncut?  Oh.


If I'm not avail', you taco Nazi, look away and count on Lassie.
 
2014-04-27 06:16:14 PM  

Duane Dibbley: dragonchild: Uncut?  Oh.

If I'm not avail', you taco Nazi, look away and count on Lassie.


users.content.ytmnd.com
 
2014-04-27 06:22:36 PM  

DrunkWithImpotence: alwaysjaded: DrunkWithImpotence: alwaysjaded: I've been seeing a lot of Postmodern Jukebox everywhere lately. Really liking their covers. It's hard not to like a seven foot sad clown singing "Royals" or their bluegrass version of "Blurred Lines" with that beautifully hypnotic singer.

/ may be biased. Beautiful women who can really sing melt my black heart.

He seems to be a really talented guy with an ear for arrangement, I'm glad to see him getting some attention because a lot of what he does is really fun.  I don't think it's on his Youtube channel, but if you do a bit of searching, he did a lot of the 'old timey' versions of pop songs scattered around Bioshock Infinate, which is how I first came across him.

Who should I look for? Scott Bradlee or Puddles? I bought PJ's album a few days ago and have been really enjoying it, and I'm not normally a fan of this type of music. Really like Robyn's voice.

Here, try this.   http://www.postmodernjukebox.com/2013/09/13/my-music-in-bioshock-infi n ite/


Ahh. There we go. Thanks. I really need to get around to finishing that game. Now I'm going to be listening for this music.
 
2014-04-27 07:35:36 PM  

ArkAngel: How dare you fark with the Ducktales theme?! That is perhaps the best theme of any 80s/90s Saturday morning cartoon


You'll LOVE this one then:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1v_EcjeIkg

/surprised it hasn't been posted yet
//preparing for the massive wave of butthurt from raped childhoods
 
2014-04-27 07:49:12 PM  
Back in 1995, there was a compilation CD titled "Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits", and
it featured TV cartoon themes as interpreted mostly by punk-rock groups. I don't know if it's still
in print, but you can find it used.  There was a complementary VHS tape as well; I'd love to see
it on DVD.
 
2014-04-27 07:59:37 PM  
I am writing my thesis on the history of racism in Duckburg, so I'm really getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2014-04-27 11:49:20 PM  
I'm not a usual snarky Farker, like many of you, whom find a reason to hate EVERYONE, but this video was indeed awful.

Poor singing voice, and the "ooh ooh" part would have been much improved had there been back-up singers to harmonise with them. I'm a singer and that part bothered me.
 
2014-04-28 03:10:29 AM  

Johnny Savage: The_Y2P_Problem: Smackledorfer: Jim_Callahan: The_Y2P_Problem: Scrooge didn't need to use Jim Crow laws.  He likely owned most of, if not all of the banks in town, so he could have had a redlining policy in place that would have denied black ducks the loans needed to buy homes, not to mention the various other businesses he likely owned that could have created a hostile environment.

Maybe they were being biologically accurate?  There aren't really any such things as ducks with black coloration native to North America.  There's a species called the "Black Duck", yes, but here's what it looks like:

So... yeah.  Ornithology in a thread about a silly internet cover band.  Woo.

// They can get a little darker than that, but still not straight-up black.
// though there probably should have been a lot more  brown ducks in a north american duck-town.

Duckburg is not in america, and while ducks cannot fly, launchpad can.

If scrooge can airlift peanuts to what is clearly another continent to make elephants stampede coal into diamonds, then obviously black ducks from europe could get a flight to duckburg.

Unless of course, Duckburg had full on apartheid instituted by Scrooge and Flintheart Glomgold's financial practices and as a result, European black ducks refused to go to Duckburg.  Probably all sorts of protests in Londuck and Birdlin demanding an end to the practice, Nelson Mallardela rotting in a prison somewhere under the money bin.

Where does Darkwing Duck fit in?


He's busy fighting blue-collar crime over in St. Canard
 
2014-04-28 05:04:12 AM  

kling_klang_bed: INeedAName: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xm8WmiKj5go

Doh, my bad! I thought it was a link to that album. This sounds like old school Alphaville in Finnish, lol!


This, on the other hand, is from that album.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWwSVOo5K_k
 
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