Wednesday, June 18, 2008

I know you're going to dig this

I think you're going to want this for your iTunes/iPod...

...straight from the Jaguar's mouth:

-----Original Message-----
From: Jag Ckillz
Sent: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 10:59

Hey ninja!

Did a mix for the Chris Moyles show this morning - I mixed a whole bunch of old UK TV theme's in a Hip-Hop styleee.....quite funny.....check it out!

Jaguar Skills x Chris Moyles Tv Theme Minimix Tracklisting:

Thames Television Intro
Knight Rider
Grange Hill
The Flumps
Terry & June
Name That Tune
Different Strokes
Are You Being Served
Chegger's Plays Pop
Jaguar Skills Outro

Check it out here.....


Jaguar Skills TV Theme mix for Chris Moyles

Friday, June 13, 2008

Has Britain really got talent?

Or do most people just not recognise it when they see it? This kid won Britain's Got Talent, 2008.

But he just copied an old ad(poorly):

Which was danced by someone who is actually extremely talented, David Elsewhere:

But is there a new King?

Saturday, June 7, 2008

F*ck me, some shit old ads get made, don't they?

Expect a review here soon of the very worst.

I can't bear to talk about them too much right now but three stick out - and I saw them all in one ad break.

OK, well not third one, actually. I haven't dived for the remote to mute the sound while I make sure I don't look directly at it on screen for weeks. It's so crap, maybe they've pulled it.

It's the one for chewing gum where people get closer. Abysmal.

Another stinker is for Talk Talk. 1000s of people join them everyday, apparently. Isn't it time you joined?

Why? Because people join hands to form people made from people holding hands who, like, talk with moving mouths and stuff?

The third is the TV ad where a woman raps/sings and ryhmes the word 'booty' with something else. Do you know the one? It makes me want to slit my wrists. Then pour salt over the wounds just before I step out in front of a bus.

Why/how do these get made? I don't know. But I'm sure of one thing: they're much more fun to talk about than the 'good' ads, which are so rare, you get bored waiting for them.

Bring on the toot.