April 2, 2007

The Paul Lynde Award For Best Comedy Album Goes To...

The Soft Boys - Invisible Hits (1983)

Bats, millions of bats, in thousands of day-glow crazy colors, plaid included, spun themselves nightly, dizzily, into the air from the damp and malodorous cavern mouth directly below Jake's window in the castle's south tower. He would enjoy his nightly rations of gin, tonic and lime - sometimes all at once in a drink he fancied he had invented himself - watching this wonderful show he similarly fancied was put on purely for his own special amusement. Jake was a simple and happy man, right up until the day they came and took him by the hand and led him to the top of the tower, staggeringly drunk as could be, and pushed him over the precipitous edge into the cavern mouth far below. As he fell, seeing the thousands of scattered skulls and still-decaying bodies ahead of him, he finally realized the source of that strange, piercing shriek that nightly signalled the emergence of the beautiful bats.

5 comments:

matt said...

I love that song Wey wey hep up hole and Rock n' roll toilet. Damn you have a fine blog sir, and fine taste in music. Cheers for the tunes.

gomonkeygo said...

Thanks! I'm gonna keep going with this one as long as I have music that fits, though I've urge to do a completely different music blog that needs serious scratching...and I can't do both at once.

vsmith said...

hi! it says the file's been deleted. could you please re-upload this one!!!
thanks and cheers!
vsmith

dan said...

Thank You For Repost!! Really Appreciated!!

mug said...

Thanks tons for this!