Monthly Archives: April 2014

Arabesque No1 by Isao Tomita

This is Mike’s daughter. First I’d like to say that I hope you enjoyed our special 3rd Anniversary Month and Dad will be back tomorrow…thank god! Secondly, I’m sorry but our final guest host Pete Gazer hasn’t shown up and…wait…I just received a Facebook message from him…and he’s telling me “Don’t shorten my Peter”…Er Okay?? And he wants me to play whatever the hell this is?

Edit: Oh you know what I forgot. To contact Mama from Good Times. I hope she’s not mad that she didn’t get to choose a song…

The Laughing Song by George Younce

Attention people of Earth. I am Ambassador Phantom from the Planet Krankor. I’ve got you now, you scum! Your weapons are useless against me. Listen to this song, otherwise, you’ll be a horrible example for anyone who opposes me! Hah. Hah. Hah. Hah. Hah. Hah. Hah.

The Devil Made Me Do It by Golden Earring

This is The Lord of Darkness, Satan. Today, instead of possessing wrestlers on social networking sites, my plan for World Domination is possessing The Mike Check Show and playing “The Devil Made Me Do It” by Golden Earring. Thank you for your time.

Oh, and worship the Devil!

The Robots by Kraftwerk


Edit: It’s Mike’s daughter here and I think Johnny 4 just died on us…again.

The Bad Touch by Bloodhound Gang

Hi how’s everyone doing? It’s Don……..Don Mason wishing you a wonderful evening. One song I listen to while using Caramel Topping and Reddi-Whip to remove that “salty taste” is Two “The Bad Touch” by The Bloodhound Gang. This song also reminds of the time when my Grandpa and me were on his farm and we went around the other side of his shed and found some guy banging a horse…

Cocaine Blues by Johnny Cash

It’s your favorite hobo dummy, Stubby, here with the “Cocaine Blues”…and also with this Johnny Cash song! Oh-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho!. I got a joke; If cocaine was legal what would the little packages be called? Sweet N’ High! Oh-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho! Shucks, now I gotta go and nail a hooker and snort coke off her ass!

With My Baby Tonight by Jeff Jarrett

It’s Iron Mark Tyson here. I want to know the scoop on why people on the Internet say that “Double J” Jeff Jarrett didn’t really sing this song and that it was actually sung by “The Roadie” Jesse James? That’s ludicrous! Just look and listen to this video for proof that Jarrett is a stupendous singer. Next they’ll tell me that wrestling isn’t real!

…Oh, and does anyone have the scoop on if Jeff Jarrett is still wrestling ever since Sting fired him from TNA two years ago?

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