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Postby You gotta keep em' seperated » Wed Jan 21, 2009 10:35 am

I dont really count this as a food song but what they hey. I liked the short video i love it when al parodies the artist/music video directly.
And a weird thing is when i first saw this song on the list of al songs i thought it would be about a guy living in a fridge...... :S lol
I saw a face.
did it have a nose?
yes.
That DOES sound like a face!
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Postby Orthography Enthusiast » Wed Jan 21, 2009 8:02 pm

You gotta keep em' seperated @ January 21, 2009 08:35 am wrote: I dont really count this as a food song


No, it's more of a former-food song. Image
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Postby MidnightStar » Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:16 pm

I love this song! It is one of my favorites!

Is there anyway to download the clip from Al's show? I have that episode on my ipod, but I'd love to just have the clip...
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Postby Big Spoon » Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:26 pm

Find the clip on YouTube, and use a YouTube-to-MP3 converter.

Or just edit the song down to just that one clip of it in an audio editing program.
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Postby MidnightStar » Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:37 pm

Thanks! I'll do that! ^_^
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Re: Livin' In The Fridge

Postby running with Dutch windmills » Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:22 am

A short part of Livin'in the fridge was aired in an item on Dutch TV yesterday . In a short mentioning about Aerosmith / Steven Tyler . The words were about Aerosmith looking for a new singer because of the problems that Steven Tyler has with an addiction :

It goes about Steven Tyler refuges to be put "In de IJskast = In the Fridge" , because he is the face of Aerosmith.

hhttp://dewerelddraaitdoor.vara.nl/Home.631.0.html, go Video >> uitzendingen >> 2 Februari , the short item starts at 1:26 min and ends at 1:53 min .
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Postby Killingsworth » Thu Feb 04, 2010 6:11 am

iancook wrote:Although I don't watch Mad TV anymore (becase it's really lame) I remember they had a really funny Aerosmith parody that merged like three songs from one Aerosmith album because all the songs sounded the same. It went something like "Crying, crazy cause i'm Amazing for you baby" Funny stuff.


This wasn't Mad Tv. This was Adam Sandler and Jay Mohr on SNL (but it was during one of their "lame" seasons)

Bruce the Duck wrote:"Living in the Fridge" was a good parody. But as a big Aerosmith fan, I am a little disappointed that he parodied one of my lesser-liked songs. There are so many much better Aerosmith songs that I wish he'd done instead. I actually like "Living in the Fridge" better than the original version, believe it or not.


Agreed. For a group that's been around as long as Aerosmith, I'm sure there were far more recognizable songs for Al to parody but he did a great job with this one nonetheless.
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Postby TMBJon » Thu Feb 04, 2010 7:00 am

caseyk27 wrote:For a group that's been around as long as Aerosmith, I'm sure there were far more recognizable songs for Al to parody but he did a great job with this one nonetheless.


According to the Permanent Record liner notes, Al had been a fan of Aerosmith for quite some time and always wanted to do a parody of theirs but the timing never worked out. There was one parody left to record for Alapalooza and Al was waiting to hear back from three or four artists. Aerosmith was the first to respond, so he went for it.
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Postby Killingsworth » Fri Feb 05, 2010 5:39 am

TMBJon wrote:According to the Permanent Record liner notes, Al had been a fan of Aerosmith for quite some time and always wanted to do a parody of theirs but the timing never worked out. There was one parody left to record for Alapalooza and Al was waiting to hear back from three or four artists. Aerosmith was the first to respond, so he went for it.


he also said he had "feelers" out to ther artists at the time...besides "Green Eggs and Ham" I wonder what other parodies were being considered that didn't get approved?

Does anyone know if Prince put out anything new in 1993?
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Postby HappyGilmore » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:58 am

Killingsworth wrote:
TMBJon wrote:According to the Permanent Record liner notes, Al had been a fan of Aerosmith for quite some time and always wanted to do a parody of theirs but the timing never worked out. There was one parody left to record for Alapalooza and Al was waiting to hear back from three or four artists. Aerosmith was the first to respond, so he went for it.


he also said he had "feelers" out to ther artists at the time...besides "Green Eggs and Ham" I wonder what other parodies were being considered that didn't get approved?

Does anyone know if Prince put out anything new in 1993?

Prince had an album out in '91, Diamonds and Pearls. Also released an album in '92, The Love Symbol Album. Diamonds and Pearls had a few hits. Love Symbol had two or three minor hits in the US, but those same songs were big hits in the UK.

But it was Prince, so I doubt anything'd come of it.
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