01.26.08

Incredibly, “The Super Bowl Shuffle” Was Not The Worst Single Or Video Of Early 1986

Posted in Gridiron, Rock Und Roll at 5:44 pm by

“I don’t think I’ve ever been more embarrassed to be from New England,” sighs Kevin Rys. “Or be a Pats fan.  I loved that the only Celtics they could get were scotty wedman, greg kite, rick carlisle, and was that sam vincent?  The Bob Lobel/Joyce Kulhawik cameos both made my head spin and cemented (in my mind) some long held beliefs about the two of them.”

Indeed, it’s harsh stuff. Then again, how many other songs have included the astonishing lyric, “pass the ball, Eason, pass the bloody ball”?

6 Responses to “Incredibly, “The Super Bowl Shuffle” Was Not The Worst Single Or Video Of Early 1986”

  1. kt says:

    should have been “complete a pass Eason, complete a bloody pass!”

  2. KD says:

    What, no guitar solos?

  3. Michael says:

    I’m trying to figure out if this is better or worse than the Stone Pimple Toilets…

  4. warmowski says:

    Were all the Salem 66 videos this silly?

  5. Mo Morrissey says:

    Ugh – This was awful. Bob Lobel and Joyce Kulhawick in the band? I vaguely recall this from my HS days…

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