I want this lil' guy so bad! I've been searching high and low at the local Wal-Mart's, Target's, Toys 'R' Usz, and still nothing! I could just order it online, but it'll cost me an extra 8 bucks for shipping and there's no fun in the hunt if I do that. When I do finally track down this mighty Galactus Mighty Mugg it's going to throw off the whole setup of my computer desk because right now Wolverine and Iron Man are guarding the sides of it with Shawn Michaels at the top (as he should be.) When Galactus comes home, I have nooooo idea where I'm going to put the little feller. It's stressing me out. I'm up to here. I will find you Galactus and you will find a nice place to sit in my room.
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
I found an awesome review of my show with Electric Six while googling myself the other day. You can check it out here.
Here's what he had to say about me...
The first guy to go on was a hoot-and-a-half; totally made up for the yawn of a second act, a some-how popular Chicago act called Local H. More on them later. Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship, I think, is a one man electro/dance sensation. He wore an American flag halter top, an American flag head band, and stars-and-stripes hot pants. Steven Colbert and Shawn Michaels held the fort down, stage right and left respectively, which complimented his spangled arm bands. His first song summed up his performance entirely - "Awesome". A sample of the man's awesomeness: "I am awesome/You are awesome/And we are totally awesome/Woo!" I forgot to mention another part of his ensemble. When he took an aside for drinks of water, he drank out of a plastic fuel can. Yes, he is awesome.
His love of wrestling was very apparent throughout his show. After the first song, he had the audience stand aside so he could run and dance up and down the room. The cat's got some smooth moves. He would snuggle with girls, spit water on unsuspecting pedestrians, and smell whoever was within his proximity. That during his song "You Smell GoooooooD". He did a great job with just a computer and calories. I bet his records are good for a giggle from time to time, but his live show is where its at. I will definitely keep my eyes and ears open for him in the future.
This guy is one smart cookie!
I wish Smokey the cat (who lives in my house) would stop meowing all the damn time.
Posted by SUPERFUN YEAH YEAH ROCKETSHIP at 3:50 PM
I'm hosting the Nothing Still CD Release show next weekend. I'm going to be talking in between bands and playing some songs and such. At first I was very reluctant to do this kinda deal, but I'm actually really looking forward to it and depending on how it goes, might do some more of it in the future. It's going to be a lot of fun, so come check it out if you feel like it.
Here's two great songs I've been listening to quite a bit today.
Akon - We Don't Care
The Killers - Tidal Wave
The Akon jam is the final album version of the demo "Could You Be The Reason" that leaked on the internet a year or so ago. It's such a great jam. It gets the people going. The Killers track is a B-side from their new album and is better than a few of the tunes on the album by far.
and I'm going to make a music video purty soon.
Posted by SUPERFUN YEAH YEAH ROCKETSHIP at 2:22 PM
(that was Goldust's little catchphrase thing back in the day "You will never forget the name (suuuuuuck) Goldust)
Goldust (one of my favorite wrestlers of all time) popped back in the WWE last month for the Cyber Sunday pay per view and came out and roughed up one of my other favorite wrestlers, Santino Marella. I was hoping for a Goldust comeback and my dreams totally came true! Goldust has signed a new WWE contract and showed up last Monday on RAW to take on Santino Marella in a short, but sweet match.
He's looking a little chunky, but I'm really pumped for what's to come for Goldust.
Posted by SUPERFUN YEAH YEAH ROCKETSHIP at 1:35 PM