#103 – “I Can Add” (2008)

Here Come The 123s

A.S.: I feel like since “Ten Mississippi” the shuffle has shown us pity with regard to children’s songs, although that could only last for so long. L.K.: Oh John Flansburgh, what went wrong with you in 2008? What went so horribly, horribly wrong? A.S.: Yes, a friendly reminder: as much as we love John Flansburgh, we feel that … Continue reading

#57 – “Ten Mississippi” (2008)

Here Come The 123s

L.K.: OH GOD. IT HAD TO COME EVENTUALLY. A.S.: It did not take us long to get to THE WORST THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS SONG L.K.: We were setting ourselves up for this with that run of good songs earlier. I kept threatening that this would happen as some sort of nonsensical karmic punishment. A.S.: “Don’t Let’s Start”, “Doctor Worm”, “Cyclops … Continue reading

#33 – “Number Two” (2008)

Here Come The 123s

A.S.: I’d love to hear a Danny Weinkauf solo album. L.K.: I still remember when all the 123s stuff was brand new and nobody was quite sure who was singing this. I said probably Danny, and I am glad to know I have been VINDICATED BY HISTORY. A.S.: Yeah, he sounds like nothing like the Weinkauf we heard on … Continue reading

#9 – “Pirate Girls Nine” (2008)

Here Come The 123s

A.S.: Well, I swear this is a total coincidence that this is the ninth song in the mix. L.K.: As I mentioned during the previous Here Come The 123s song we reviewed, I hate anything with a bunch of kids shouting vocals, especially if they’re just counting, I mean, I don’t know, it just seems lazy. A.S.: There … Continue reading

#3 – “Even Numbers” (2008)

Here Come The 123s

L.K.: You know, if I were a kid, I don’t even know if this would explain to me what an even number is. A.S.: It is a bit too long an explanation for such a simple concept. I’d probably end up skipping too many numbers. L.K.: It’d be fine if it was musically or lyrically interesting, but it’s … Continue reading

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