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Michael Bolton Back From… “Where was he Again?”

If you are not familiar with the “Skit-kings” that are the lonely island, you should be.

The group entertain the masses as a trio of fake MCs as they parody TV, culture and music through a number of hilarious musical numbers. They churned out classics such as “Like a Boss“, “I’m on a Boat” and “Jizzed in my pants” in their first studio project.

But now they give us the joy and humour of a second studio album. Too good to be true, you say?

Well it isn’t. Here is their latest project featuring the one and lonely Michael Bolton.

I never thought in my wildest nightmares that Michael Bolton would ever be hip again, but I guess I was very wrong.

It seems the old dog has a few tricks left in him yet, besides a mean saxophone solo that is. Oh how my childhood was tormented by the evil beauty of that saxophone solo (Get out of my head already Bolton!)

Thoughts? Ideas? Repressed memories? Let us know in the comments below.

(P.S. As blogging is said to be very therapeutic expect us to delve into these childhood memories in more detail soon)

  1. May 11, 2011 at 11:55 PM

    LOL. I won’t judge. My own repressed memories haunt me enough that I feel your pain. We are prepping a post on the topic of Bolton’s irrelevance as we speak. Hope you can come back to show moral support upon its posting.

  2. May 11, 2011 at 11:45 PM

    I used to love Michael Bolton, his hair, and his raspy voice. Go easy on me. I was 12. I lost interest and when he announced he was doing opera, I thought that would be the last I’d ever see of him. UNTIL he proved he was perhaps the worst dancer of all the quasi-celebrities that appear on Dancing With the Stars. That had to be it, right?

    WRONG! This was freakin’ hilarious! I love it when a guy can laugh at his own irrelevance and lameness and give himself a momentary popularity bump by exploiting it. (BTW, I know way too much about Michael Bolton. Help.)

  1. May 12, 2011 at 9:22 PM

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