Coke Radio Ad
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|song name||Coke Radio Ad|
|releases||TMBG Unlimited - November (as Mystery Track), DialASong.com (2000-2006) (as Mystery Track), TMBG Clock Radio (as Coca-Cola)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh|
- This is a radio advertisement created for Coca-Cola by John Flansburgh; John Linnell had nothing to do with the creation of this advertisement. From the monopuff.org FAQ:
Flans did indeed create a radio commercial for Coca Cola which was meant to sound as if someone was riding the radio dial and stopping on a bunch of fake song bites that had to do with Coke. Flans sang all these songs, one of which is a version of Poison Flowers from The Steve Calhoon Years EP, with the lyrics "cherry cola" changed to "Coca Cola". The commercial was about 60 seconds and played for a brief time on American radio.
- The "thirsty cyborg" line also appeared in the live "Born In A Graveyard" glockenspiel introduction.
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