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V-Chip - Toys That Kill - Fambly 42 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. TRACK LIST Mobbed By The 3's V-Chip Waltz One Million The Nervous Rocks Abort Me Mother Earth Stye I'm Foaming I've Been Stabbed Ape Me Who Scored Fambly I Don't Wanna Be Around Freddy and His Mother Cold Boys Clap For Alaska+++++Toys That Kill come from San Pedro, California, the city where the freeway ends, where .
  2. Muppets V-Chip commercials. Three Public Service Announcements ran on the Odyssey Channel for the V-chip.. One was a spoof of "The Toreador Song" from Bizet's Carmen, another spoofed "Venus" by Shocking Blue, showing Kermit, Bunsen, Beaker and three rats, and the third was a version of Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer", featuring Kermit and Pepe the King Prawn (in a hockey mask similar to that.
  3. Fambly 42 by Toys That Kill, released 02 July 1. Mobbed By The 3's 2. V-Chip 3. Waltz One Million 4. The Nervous Rocks 5. Abort Me, Mother Earth 6. Stye 7. I'm Foaming 8. I've Been Stabbed 9. Ape Me Who Scored Fambly I Don't Wanna Be Around Freddy & His Mother Cold Boys Clap For Alaska.
  4. Toys That Kill come from San Pedro, California, the city where the freeway ends, where bullets fall from the sky on the fourth of July and where Mike Watt painted the name of his hometown on his bass and everybody started calling him “Pedro.” This is album four but year twelve of the band, and probably year twenty-something for Toys singer/guitarist and Recess Records founder Todd.
  5. The V-chip allows parents or other caregivers to block programming on their TVs that they don't want children to watch. Most programs are assigned a rating based on parental guidelines established by the TV industry. The ratings provide information about the content and age-appropriateness of most TV programs, except news, sports and unedited.
  6. A V-chip is an electronic locking mechanism built into modern television sets to restrict access to certain programming. The feature is designed to help parents prevent their children from viewing inappropriate content. On almost all TV models, locking and unlocking the V-chip requires a .
  7. TOYS THAT KILL – Fambly 42 LP (Recess, ) Fambly 42 is when veterans TOYS THAT KILL’s songwriting become truly next level. Garage-gem pops like “V-Chip” and “I’ve Been Stabbed” are the sort of songs I could have on repeat forever. There’s some strummier ones like “Stye” and “Freddy and His Mother,” and some angstier.

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