Butane and five cats" quoth the liner notes to Wayne's new CD-R "Imbalanced," but more importantly for our purposes , he also lives with the thousands of hours of audio recordings that must have gone into this album. Running gags abound: Perry Mason keeps requesting Top tunes from the court, a rude robot recalls favorite TV episodes, and children's records and religious broadcasts morph into ads for femine hygiene. As clever and funny as those British culture-vultures Cassetteboy, but coming from an American frame of reference, Butane has been creating outrageous sound collages for ages - his early works were now out-of-print home cassettes Fab, Music For Maniacs. WFMU Radio: "Thankfully, people like Wayne Butane exist and have a lot of time to take millions of audio snippets and assemble them into brain-altering rivers of sound gush, that will often leave you chuckling in a most Beavis-and-Butthead-like manner before it all ends. Pure genius for the short-attention span potty-humor loving gnomes in the audience
Beavis and Butt-head issue 1
Beavis and Butt-head issue 1 - DariaWiki
Commercially available videos: VOL. In a department store at night, display designer Jodie is working on a display of Hats for the sale the next day. Jeff, a mannequin that comes to life at night - and is learning about the world, is learning about hats, along with Muffy, a mouse that lives in a hole in the wall in the store, and talks in rhyme. Also, Sam Crenshaw, the night watchman is doing his duty rounds with the help of his talking computer TXL and reveals a secret wish about wanting to be a cowboy. The rest of this episode focuses mostly on hats as the "Today's Special" gang gets together for the first time. As Jodie is working on her display of snow, Jeff learns about snow as we all wait for the first snowfall that is due that night. Jodie sets up her flower display and is glad to have a nose to smell the flowers.
Don’t Call It A Comeback: Beavis and Butt-head Do MTV (Again)
A rollicking adventure through the tortured life of the Iowa Hawkeye fan. Good lord. It's not like the Boilers are, let's say, ranked. The reasoning, though, was that Iowa needs to win out in order to have a shot to make the NCAA's, so every game is very important. You'd think a game against a ranked opponent was bigger, but apparently games are only big if Iowa has a shot of winning them.
This duo appeared to never have any form of parental supervision, life aspirations or general hygiene routines. They loved rock and metal — and American teens ate that shit up. Our cooler, more whimsical alter-personas were embodied in two fictional young assholes. Nowadays, MTV is loaded with atrocities like Teen Mom and various other shows laden with themes of teenage conservatism, including the disappointing knock-off of the British series Skins , undoubtedly much less edgy than its overseas counterpart.