Dog you're the man now
May 2, 2004 10:11 PM   Subscribe

We're all the man now dog and I'm Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
posted by angry modem (28 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

 
I'm sorta disturbed that I sorta enjoyed that song.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 10:20 PM on May 2, 2004


bender!
posted by quonsar at 10:23 PM on May 2, 2004


no, bender!
posted by quonsar at 10:26 PM on May 2, 2004


...and the proud tradition of horrid star trek songs continues onward.
I sorta liked the song too...
posted by fatbobsmith at 10:52 PM on May 2, 2004


Thank you, I happened to have been listening to an excellent Dahlia song, cranked ALL THE WAY up, and I accidentally clicked on the download link. A few seconds later, Picard jumps in bellowing. :-P

I will never be the same again. Can't sleep. Picard will eat me... Can't sleep. Picard will eat me... Can't sleep. Picard will eat me... Can't sleep. Picard will eat me... Can't sleep. Picard will eat me...
posted by SpecialK at 11:23 PM on May 2, 2004


On a related note, here's an excellent interview with the best Star Trek tribute band I've ever heard, Warp 11. (OK they're the only Star Trek tribute band I've ever heard.)

At the end of the interview are some mp3 samples of their songs. I've been to few of their live shows. The music is suprisingly good. Check it out.
posted by hipnerd at 12:15 AM on May 3, 2004


Also S.P.O.C.K.
posted by jb at 1:47 AM on May 3, 2004


I can do a mean Jean-Luc Picard impersonation. It's like my party piece. My only one.

Oh God...

Actually the vocal sampling in that last link is of a high standard if you can get past the extreme cheese factor.
posted by nthdegx at 3:21 AM on May 3, 2004


Absolute genius.

The first rule of KHAAAAAAANclub is...
posted by TheophileEscargot at 5:06 AM on May 3, 2004


Great. Now I'll be syncopating all morning. With Patrick Stewart, no less.
posted by WolfDaddy at 5:41 AM on May 3, 2004


Based off of this lovely site, apparently
posted by armage at 5:59 AM on May 3, 2004


There're Klingons off the starboard bow, starboard bow, starboard bow...
posted by Vidiot at 6:57 AM on May 3, 2004


Clearly the world can proceed now with its regularly scheduled evolution.

That said, that Picard one is more than a little funky.
posted by chicobangs at 7:47 AM on May 3, 2004


>That said, that Picard one is more than a little funky.

I find your lack of faith disturbing.
posted by brownpau at 7:59 AM on May 3, 2004


Add The No Kill I to the list of unnecessary Star Trek tribute bands.
posted by Guy Smiley at 8:55 AM on May 3, 2004


I thought Jean-Luc Picard was of the United Federation of Planets.
posted by mbd1mbd1 at 8:56 AM on May 3, 2004


There's a mediocre (but in parts clever) movie called Free Enterprise, in which Shatner does a rap about Julius Ceasar and the ides of March.
posted by bingo at 9:16 AM on May 3, 2004


The really bad thing is that I heard the Picard samples and could identify most of the episodes that they came from. I need help. Really, really badly.
posted by thecaddy at 10:51 AM on May 3, 2004


Points off for dropping the "Luc" in the Picard sample.

Never before has so much bandwidth been dedicated to so much cheese.
posted by wendell at 11:27 AM on May 3, 2004


I can clearly hear the 'luc'.
posted by angry modem at 11:50 AM on May 3, 2004


[this is good]
posted by gd779 at 11:57 AM on May 3, 2004


This is what the internet is.
posted by eddydamascene at 3:06 PM on May 3, 2004


Can I just say that between this and the snake-eating hole man, I'm having the best visit to Metafilter I've ever had. Thank you.

Just to warn any of my friends who may be reading, every mix CD you get from me for the next year or so will contain this song.
posted by logovisual at 4:15 PM on May 3, 2004


No 'luc'
posted by NortonDC at 4:47 PM on May 3, 2004


There is Luc. Listen closely.
posted by brownpau at 9:26 PM on May 3, 2004


Nope, it's a percussion beat. Hell, read the GIANT TEXT.
posted by NortonDC at 10:08 PM on May 3, 2004


He corrected the giant text. And he says Luc. And Han Solo fired first.
posted by brownpau at 10:34 PM on May 4, 2004


THERE ARE FOUR LIGHTS!

Okay, okay, I'm willing to listen with fresh ears. Where are you perceiving the Luc, near the at the beginning or end of the long vowel sound?
posted by NortonDC at 9:56 PM on May 5, 2004


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