Demonic Jukebox

Posted by Prince Gomolvilas
ON Monday, July 14, 2008
As you know, starting this week Bamboo Nation will now boast regular daily features—this is in addition to the thoroughly fascinating random assortment of posts that you see here almost every day. And away we go....

From now on, every Monday I will bring you "Demonic Jukebox." Demonic Jukebox is when I dig into my vast musical memory bank to pull out not only one of my favorite songs of all time but one that is the perfect song for you to get stuck in your head for the the entire week. This is, frankly, demonic. And that's why we call it "Demonic Jukebox."

Our very first tune from the Demonic Jukebox is from that mid-80s British vixen, Samantha Fox, who got her start in showbiz by modeling for soft-core porn magazines. Her music career got off to a rip-roarin' and perfectly appropriate start with her debut single, "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)." That song was nasty fun, but the Demonic Jukebox actually chooses "Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)" (1986) because the music video is so damn delightful with its jaw-dropping clothes and mesmerizing dancing (or is it the mesmerizing camel toe?). Enjoy this, folks, and I hope you get all your coworkers and friends to sing along with you throughout the entire week. There's so much to say about the video itself, but I leave that up to you, dear readers. I have said enough:

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  1. I know this isn't the right forum, but I just watched 25 episodes of Weighing Pork Chop and wanted to tell you how incredibly funny they were. great stuff.


  2. Peter Varvel Said,

    One word: CLASSIC.

    Oh, wait. There are twenty-five episodes of Weighing Pork Chop?


  3. Mike, any forum is the right forum when it comes to showering me with compliments.

    Peter, yes, there are 25 episodes. In Mike's mind. He dreams of me often.


  4. Will there be a "Weighing Pork Chop" DVD box set with optional commentary track?


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