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Musical interlude – the little fly

Mr. Raccoon is back again with some more amusement while Mr. Wasp is flapping his drunken wings and trying to hit the lightbulb back to England…

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Musical interlude – Dear Penis

Howdy, Mr Raccoon back again whilst Mr Wasp is fairly piss drunk (again) and I had to take over the posting for a moment. And during our drunken adventures by finally getting out of the pub to a nice warm home like feeling room and browsing some youtube I stumbled upon a song for […]

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Musical Interlude – Motorhead Ace of Spades … as you have never heard it before

Semi drunken middle of the night ramblings from Estonia… Ace of Spades Finnish sauna style

Mr Raccoon and Mr Fox say Hi.

Do enjoy : _ _

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Musical Interlude – Dub Step meets Kung Fu Hustle or How to deal with pedophiles …

Not what you may be expecting but a cracking track and video from Skrillex.

If I was forced to describe it, I would suggest Dub Step meets Kung Fu Hustle – do enjoy and be sure to turn up your bass : _ _

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Musical Interlude – Demonic Death Judge

Anyway, enough of Europe, One World Government and The New World Order for one week …

Unless you already know the band, you will probably have completely the wrong idea about the following video entitled “Stick that in your pipe and smoke it”.

My advice would be to ignore your prejudices about the band […]

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Old McDonald’s deformed farm and a tourettes chicken!

I haven’t laughed this much for a long, long time. _ _

And, if that’s not enough how about this prize winner … _ _

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Musical Interlude – Unkle – Rabbit in your headlights

An old one but one of my favourite music videos – Rabbit in your headlights by Unkle.

Whilst relying on cgi, the stuntman certainly earns his money on this one.

The hint is in the coat – watch to the end for the revelation.

Do enjoy : _

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Musical Interlude – Ikuinen Kaamos Ascent

My current favourite track as recommended by one of The Waspsnest’s Estonian co-conspirators, Ikuinen Kaamos have produced a masterpiece with Ascent.

For a band that only got their frst live gig last month, these guys could give Opeth a run for their money. A superb track taking inspiration from many different metal genres, this […]

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Musical Interlude – Diablo Swing Orchestra and Balrog Boogie

As recomended by one of The Waspsnest’s Estonian co-conspirators, something to get you bouncing around on a Monday morning courtesy of The Diablo Swing Orchestra with Balrog Boogie.

Do enjoy : _

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Musical Interlude – Macabre The Cat Came Back

Going from being snowed on to being boiled alive in the space of a few hours is not the best way to unwind so enjoy a little bit of Macabre Minstrels with The Cat Came Back : _

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Babysitting black metal style.

Spotted by one of  The Waspsnests Estonian co-conspirators, this video demonstrates important early years Black Metal education in action: _

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Had a fecker of a day? This will have you laughing like a loon in seconds.

Found tucked away behind a link at A Tangled Web, this song has had me in stitches all evening and is just too good not to share : _

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Music videos conceived under the influence of recreational drugs.

Spotted by one of The Waspsnests Estonian co-conspirators, I have no idea what they (the producers, not Estonians) had been taking but whatever it was it certainly worked : _

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Musical Interlude – The Unnamed Feeling

Far too much work (year end in financial analysis sucks big time) and a lack of meaningful inspiration for anything sensible today so a little musical interlude with an apt title and powerful mood that seems appropriate.

Metallica – The Unnamed Feeling

Grim in sound with grinding bass and detuned drums certainly fits the […]

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Misery Index – for the UK it is back to 1994.

The Misery Index is on the rise all over the world but particularly in the UK where we are back to 1994 levels with much more to come as both inflation and unemployment both head upwards:

At that rate it won’t be long before we see 1990 levels.

Briefly, the Misery Index is the […]

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