Once in a blue moon a song comes along that quite unexpectedly floors you with the genius of its simplicity and the infectiousness of its melody.
Rest assured as soon as I hear it I’ll let you know.
But in the meantime here’s the CRAZY FROG and his version of Harold Faltermyer’s ‘Axel F’, otherwise known as ‘that synthesiser instrumental from ‘Beverley Hills Cop’, ‘Beverley Hills Cop II’, ‘Beverley Hills Cop III’ and ‘Beverley Hills Cop IV’’.
Is it me or is there a pattern emerging with these films?
For those of you who still communicate by Pony Express or who exist without experiencing any form of advertising (Congratulations! You are that long lost South American tribe), the CRAZY FROG is the biggest selling ringtone ever: a musical fact that will no doubt shake you to your very core....particularly if you combine the aforementioned ringtone with the ‘vibrate’ setting on your mobile. Wahey!
(NB. I’m also available for weddings and barmitzvahs.)
The careless people responsible for stealing the three minutes of my life that I’ll never ever get back by playing this thing are Reinhard Raith and Wolfgang Boss. They are a dance production team from Germany.
With this release they have probably single-handedly doubled the number of votes for UKIP and Veritas come May 5th as the Daily Mail readers of Britain direct their misplaced outrage and misguided ignorance at this amphibious illegal immigrant masquerading as a pop star.
Repeated playing of this in a public place may also lead to a significant increase in violent crime.
Possibly as important in your life as Eddie Murphy’s next film and as welcome as haemorrhoids.
Insert joke here.