Courtney Love, who seems to lack that invisible barrier most us have between what we think and what we say, has gone on record with another gem: she claims Disney and the Muppets "raped" Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's memory by featuring 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' in last year's movie, 'The Muppets.'
The Muppets' fruitful association with classic rock continues. In this viral video, the oft put-upon but always gentlemanly lab assistant know Beaker offers his acoustic and meep–filled rendition of 'Dust in the Wind' by Kansas to an online audience. He certainly puts his own unique stamp on the tune.
Electric Mayhem, the psychedelic funk rock group helmed by the fearless leader Dr. Teeth, have to be one of your favorite classic rock bands. Ever. Look at the lineup! You've got the volatile Animal smashing away on the skins; that groovy chic Janice on guitar; Zoot on sax; and Floyd Pepper thwapping the bass. How can you not love a band comprised of The Muppets? Electric Mayhem are once against thrust into the spotlight as 'The Muppets' movie is about to land in multiplexes this holiday season.
The latest 'Muppets' movie is out Nov. 23 and the more we learn about the soundtrack, the more we like, especially the fact that Kermit and friends are going to cover Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit!'
'Flight of the Conchords' member Bret McKenzie wrote four original songs, which will also no doubt be awesome, especially when sung by film stars Jason Segel, Amy Adams and Chris Cooper.
The Muppets and their relationship with classic rock is well-documented, as we showed you yesterday with our list of the 5 Most Sensational Rock Star Muppets Appearances! The series also featured the creatures performing lots of rock songs on their own, effectively "Muppetizing" them and making them "safe" for kids to enjoy on the small screen. Everyone from the Beatles to Queen got the Muppets treatment, to often hilarious and super
Rock stars and Muppets: Is there any better pairing? Through the course of five prime-time seasons of 'The Muppet Show,' starting in 1976, the show featured plenty of A-list rock stars, many of which this writer remembers watching as a wee lass. Over the