About sungmokoo

I am a native of Chicagoland. I am old enough to know better. I am good with that.

Jerry Is In The Heart (The 2020 Instant Party Feel Good Groove Is In The Heart Mash Up Corn On The Cob Fresh Off The Grill Edition Ghost-Ass Special Remix Medley)

Jerry Is In The Heart
I, Sungmokoo.com, hopes the weekend finds you. To help you through these critical days, especially Saturday and Sunday; I, who many call Sungmokoo.com, presents a medley mash up. To be clear, medley mash up is a term ‘the’ kids use.

And now, a mash up.

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“Hey Man, Nice C’est Comme Ça” by LES RITA MITSOUKO Vs. FILTER

Filter-Mitsouko
In 1995, the band Filter released the single “Hey Man, Nice Shot.” Many believed it was about the death of grunge king, Kurt Cobain, but it was actually about the public televised suicide by handgun of Pennsylvania state treasurer, R. Budd Dwyer in 1987.

On the extreme other hand, in a country called France, a small land mass that speaks a language very different from America’s English. In fact, if you didn’t know better, you might think the French were being strangled as they spoke. This is far from the case, simply put, this is what pretentious sounds like, very similar to what it sounds like when doves cry.

The year was 1985, French pop group, Les Rita Mitsouko released their second album with the hit, “C’est Comme Ça.” If not for the difference in linguistics, one could easily hear the influences of T. Rex, and that is because of Tony Visconti’s capable production.

Fast-forward to the year 2020, perhaps one of the worst years known to humankind, the world was hit by an out-of-control virus conveniently named COVID-19, which forced social distancing and even isolation.

It was during this pandemic that 57-year old man, Sungmokoo.com created this concoction commonly known as the mash up, merging the unlikely abominable pairing of Filter and Les Rita Mitsouko.

And now, a mash up.

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“When The Curtain Falls, I Think I’m Paranoid” by GRETA VAN FLEET Vs. GARBAGE

Garbage-Greta
“When the curtain falls, I think I’m paranoid,” he sighed aloud. Each word uttered slowly with the cadence of rust. If he, one Horatio “Bump Bump” Shabowitz, had actually listened to himself, he would realize he had said these precise words every morning for nearly four years. One would and could surely assume he was either a failed actor or a man on the verge of dementia, or worse, complacent, even though he has life-threatening sleep apnea.

And now, a mash up.

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