Posts tagged moon tunes
Nobody likes a Meanie
There was one show where everyone was really mean to Nat. This is a song I wrote from the point of view of a 6 year old about meanies.
Pop Punk Christmas Princess
Santa stopped by The Moon’s Christmas party this year and we got him too wasted to drive his sleigh. The Moonkids decided to take over Santa’s route, but couldn’t get the sleigh off the ground. Luckily, Syberpunk 2000 played this hit pop punk Christmas song and powered the sleigh into the sky. The song also features some serious shredding by Shawn Cross.
BANG! ZOOM! Straight to the Moon!
Bang! Zoom! Straight to the Moon!!!!!!!
We had a really fun game show a couple years back. This was the theme song I wrote for it. There is more, so I’ll be updating it soon.
Many Moons ago, Kenny was the “New Guy”. Several Moons prior, Ellis was the “New Guy”. Ellis didn’t take kindly to Kenny’s new “New Guy” status and set out to destroy him (mostly by calling him a “fucking asshole” and accusing him of racism). Kenny finally had to express himself the only way he knows how: through the power of song.
It's All Coming Back To Me Now
Nat got conked on the head with a coconut. The result? AMNESIA! Luckily, Syberpunk 2000 can time travel and write songs that were already written. “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now” broke Nat out of his amnesiac state.
At The Moon Super Bowl Pre-Game Show, Atlanta Falcons back-up kicker/Eastern European pop sensation Sebastian Olajhonckawitzchk took to the Castrol GTX Power Stage to perform his hit single “It’s Good!” to a capacity crowd. Castrol GTX: It’s more than just oil, it’s liquid engineering.
A Giant Leap
This is from our 40th Moon Show: Lunaratti!
I played Camille Harris, a pop star who uses the Lunaratti symbolism (circles and other moon shapes) to brainwash the world. She is also a gay rights activist.
This song is called “A Giant Leap” and is a number one hit.
I <3 The Moon!
Kindergarten is for Communists
We were going to do a show about a political revolution on the Moon, so I wrote this song. But then we didn’t do that, but I performed this song anyway because I was pleased with the puns. Then we actually did do a show about a political revolution, so I sang it then too.
Here’s a link to a live performance of it from my show on 12.12.10 if you want to see:
ENJOY! I <3 The Moon!