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Discussion in 'Muppet Merchandise' started by CaseytheMuppet, Jul 3, 2012.
AMAZIN! Walt Disney will totally read this. Make that letter a thread!
You do know Walt Disney died... right? LOL! I get what you mean. Hopefully, they will, but, knowing Disney, I'll need some luck.
I'll wish ya luck!
EDIT: Ok, off to a good start! We have 8 signatures! Tell anyone and everyone to sign this, even if they don't like the Muppets!
I'll tell the people on Deviantart!
I don't have Devianart. Do you?
And it was on the Muppets Wizard of Oz soundtrack (one of many non-Oz songs to have also been released on Music, Mayhem, and More!).
As far as covers with new photos vs. old photos goes, I'd be okay with existing photos only if all the material is recordings from previous productions, but I want a new cover image if it's all-new recordings (though I really don't like their current outfits, thankful they wore their original clothes in the new movie but puzzled they wore their new clothes in the publicity photos).
I wonder if it'd sound jarring if they rerecorded existing Electric Mayhem songs with the current performers. Would it sound odd to hear "Can You Picture That?" or "Barnyard Boogie" with Barretta, Jacobson, Vogel, and Rudman voicing the characters (if "Barnyard Boogie" were rerecorded would they rerecord Lips' line or just have another character sing his line?)?
If not a new album I'd like to see an Electric Mayhem TV special, maybe a "Behind the Music" parody or the band in concert (perhaps similar to The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show).
I'd prefer for an Electric Mayhem album to have plenty of existing songs that hadn't been on previous albums, but even if it were all songs that have been released on albums, I think there's enough album-released Electric Mayhem songs to include on an album:
Sweet Tooth Jam
Sax and Violence
New York State of Mind
Can You Picture That?
Little Saint Nick
While My Guitar Gently Weaps
You Can't Take No for an Answer
Jingle Bell Rock
'Zat You, Santa Claus?
The Man with the Bag
Run, Run, Rudolph
That's 20 songs that have been released on albums. Of course, six of them are Christmas songs, and I'm not sure if it should have too many Christmas songs. There's also three instrumental tunes (if I had to choose one I'd pick Sax and Violence, but it'd need Zoot's introductory dialogue). I'm not sure if Disney could obtain permission to use the tracks from the John Denver albums (or The Muppets Take Manhattan), but you never know.
Yeah, I understand. I will definitely add those to my list!
Those could be good songs too!
11 likes! Not a lot, but we're getting there!
I hope I get likes for my 'Bring Back The Muppet Show' thingy.
You made a petition? I'll sign it!
I didn't do it yet. But you can sign it once its ready.
I wonder if it'd also be good to get a new Rowlf album as well, if not a rerelease of Rowlf: Ol' Brown Ears is Back.
Rowlf is part of the Electric Mayhem sometimes. I just thought of something, 'Happiness Hotel!" Did you get that on the llist?
I don't know if Happiness Hotel would be appropriate on an Electric Mayhem album. The band does get its own section (or two), but I wouldn't call it an "Electric Mayhem song".
I am working on a Facebook page right now. Maybe I'll do twitter later...
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