Is this parodying modern pop songs?
Here's a million dollar idea, the re-release this song with Justin Timberlake and Nelly.
In the battle of Linnell's Spine v Flans Spines, Flans comes off second best. The best bit of the song is the Bach like musical intro, which one suspects Linnell wrote. Flans does his girly singing voice. Luckily it's all over within a minute. (Mr Tuck)
Bach-like? Theme From McSweeney's Issue 6 is Bach-like!
In a battle between the two spine songs on The Spine, both of them tie. When The Spine Surfs Alone enters the ring, it comes out on top! --An orangutan
Has anyone ever noticed that the song kind of tortures you in a way? Whenever I listen to it I get a really twisted feeling in my stomach, and I am really glad when it's over. It's an interesting experience, though, and it only lasts 30 seconds, so I still listen to it. ~AgentChronon
The first time I listened to this I laughed my head off. I suppose that would count as torture in some way. The annoying thing is that iTunes cuts off the last bit (the hilarious bit) while skipping to the next song, which is always a disappointment. - ( Herwwiyal ? )/ 07:16, 2 September 2006 (UTC)
Is the funny part the "Fall in love with SPINES!" part? I dunno, this song freaks me out, and gives me a weird feeling in my stomach. Try listening to it and your stomach might sorta churn. ~AgentChronon
Am I wrong, or is that "eh-eh" sound that's heard throughout the song from the music editing program in Mario Paint?