‘Have a Body, Feel the Groove’: This Comedian Captured Every 1990s European Dance Song Perfectly While Wandering Around the World Trade Center
Tonight at The Sultan Room in New York, comedian Kyle Gordon will perform in Cracked Live, fresh off the megaviral success of his send-up of every dance pop song to escape Transylvania and chart in the U.S. during the Clinton Administration. Simply titled, “Every European Dance Song in the 1990’s,” Gordon’s part-parody-part-pastiche of the Aquas and Eiffel 65s of the late 20th century will have you frosting your tips faster than you can say, “Come on Barbie, let’s go party.”
Gordon’s video has already eclipsed 30 million views on Twitter (or Xitter), but, unfortunately for all the Slavic ravers hoping to score tickets to tonight’s Cracked Live, the full version of “Planet of the Bass” will not be available until August 22nd — presumably because it takes at least three weeks to manufacture new HitClips cartridges.
While you wait, you can buy tickets to see Gordon at tonight’s event here.