"Comix from the Underground" Made Use Of "Help I'm A Rock"

The Comix Scrutinizer



The Comix Scrutinizer videos feature Isaac M. Baranoff playing a comic book reviewer, loosely parodying various other web reviewers but concentrating on underground, independent, alternative, hardcore pornographic, horror and cult comic books.

In the past chapter of TV Series »Comix from the Underground« named »Bonk's First Impressions« Isaac made use of zappa's song "Help I'm A Rock".You can scrutinize whole experience here and tell us if the melody fit into the context of the show;

Comix from the Underground - Bonk's First... by horndogstudios

Zappa described this nine-minute serving of confusion as the consequence of a number of people fooling around in the studio. “It was just a thing that spewed out,”

Help, I’m a Rock” delivered the goods to wannabe hipsters drawn to the Mothers of Invention’s very first album by the promise of a “Freak Out!” (Mostly, the audience got a huge spell of creamy pop parodies and dip-shit doo-wop.)

"Comix from the Underground" Made Use Of "Help I'm A Rock" "Comix from the Underground" Made Use Of  "Help I'm A Rock" Reviewed by Klemen Hlupič on 08:06 Rating: 5

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