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Views expressed by Sleep Talkin' Man rarely reflect the opinions of waking Adam.
Especially the desire to exterminate all vegetarians (but he does hate lentils.)

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Sep 8 2011

"Open your mouth once more, and I swear I'll chew your fucking lips off. Try singing show tunes then, dickwad."

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"I can rebuild the world... in paper-mache. Friggin' awesome!"
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And finally, we have another one of STM's marathon bizarre noise sessions. It's like an alien scatting. Except for that brief little James Cagney impersonation. Anyone else hear that?


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10 comments:

  1. some of it sounds like Simish.

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  2. Love the truly odd sounds. STM entertains even when he says nothing.

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  3. STM has been watching Pinky & The Brain!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinky_and_the_Brain

    For those that don't get it - Brain built a 2nd earth called Earth 2 out of paper-mache. He then got everyone on Earth 1 to move by offering free t-shirts. Then an asteroid came by and destroyed Earth 1.

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  4. I also heard a chicken and a cuckoo clock. Have you ever tried playing in backwards? Maybe there is a hidden STM message...

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  5. A chinese chicken attempting James Cagney, fish (gargling) and cuckoo clock impressions?

    And I'm as curious as Anon 14:10 as to what you'd hear if played backwards.

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  6. JamiSings, that was exactly my first thought. I love that episode. It shows a better side of Brain, lol

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  7. "Open your mouth once more, and I swear I'll chew your fucking lips off."
    OH GO, THE MENTAL IMAGES! OH GOD!
    *shudders*

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  8. you know, it never occurred to me until now but you can play individual clips simultaneously and get an exquisite cacophony - no, a symphony of sound

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  9. Y'know, the second one would be awesome on print. 8)

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  10. Man, that first one is just exactly what I wanted to say to my wife when we were on the five hour drive home after watching Les Misérables.

    Show-tunes should only be sung by professionals, and only in a proper venue.

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