Posts with tag: thirdsday
 

“She’s Electric”
Posted at 19:33 on 18th June 2015

Yet another Marioke song – first performed 17/06/2015, coincidentally on the 15th anniversary of the retail launch of the original Deus Ex. Oasis are terrible obviously, but sometimes a joke is too good to pass up. “He’s Augmented” – after “She’s Electric” by Oasis He’s augmented By Joseph Manderley he was selected To infiltrate sites […]

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“In Bloom”
Posted at 16:39 on 14th June 2015

Another Marioke song – first performed 14/05/2015. A (hopefully obviously?) exaggerated fusillade aimed at games tourists (you know who you are). “Memes” – after “In Bloom” by Nirvana Wears a Zelda tee “Arrow to the knee” Minecraft Lego set Bored of zombies yet? Hey They’re the ones Never chipped their PS1s Never trained a Pokemon […]

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One Life Left presents Marioke
Posted at 01:47 on 22nd February 2015

Video game karaoke (that is to say, karaoke to popular songs with the lyrics wittily rewritten to be about video games) has long been a staple of the One Life Left (Resonance FM’s long-running video game radio show/podcast) Christmas Party. But evidently once a year wasn’t enough. For the last several months, the One Life […]

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“Undone (The Sweater Song)”
Posted at 01:42 on

My most recently contributed Marioke song. The Commodore 64 is not better than the ZX Spectrum. “Console Rivalry” – after “Undone (The Sweater Song)” by Weezer In the Eighties Schoolkids Would tease Classmates Who played The wrong Machine Commodore – 64 is better Who likes the – Spectrum anyway (Break) Oh no Consoles Replaced Micros […]

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“Message In A Bottle (Carmen Sandiego)”
Posted at 01:42 on

Another Marioke song, co-written with Sara Passmore for the 2014 One Life Left Christmas Party. “Carmen Sandiego” – after “Message In A Bottle” by The Police Working for ACME Detective Agency, oh Treasures stolen from Bangkok or Kigali, oh A VILE henchman Was witnessed at the scene Don’t know where she went just know where […]

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