In 1989, Green Jellö released its second album, Triple Live Möther Gööse at Budokan, on February 29 Records, which was recorded in a garage with producer Sylvia Massy in about the same amount of time it takes to play it. A rare video was also released for this album with music videos for each song. It featured a much more defined sound, as well as far better production and songwriting. Green Jellö spent almost a year touring the US and Europe in support of the Cereal Killer Soundtrack. A clear with Green splatter version limited to 100 copies, and a Three Little Pigs version and Maximum Carnage version limited to 200 copies each. As a bonus each copy also includes a 12"x18" poster, the DVD video, and a special re-release of the rare and highly sought after 1984 EP "Let It Be", pressed on Green Jelly 7" vinyl.
Album Cereal Killer Soundtrack. Three Little Pigs Lyrics. Spoken) Why don't you, sit right back And I, I may tell you, a tale A tale of three, little pigs And a big, bad, wolfff. Well the first little piggy, well he was kinda hip He spent most of his days, just a dreamin of the city And then one day, he bought a guitar He moved to Hollywood, to become a star But, living on the farm, he knew nothing of the city Built his house out of straw, what a pity And then one day, jammin. on some chords Along came the wolf, knocking on his door.
Three Little Pigs published by Jellö-R-Us Music/Schmemetone Music/Chrysalis Music (ASCAP) Obey the Cowgod published by Jellö-R-Us Music/Chrysalis Music (ASCAP). Manufactured and distributed by BMG Music. Cassette) ℗ 1992 BMG Music.
The Three Little Pigs is a fable about three pigs who build three houses of different materials. A Big Bad Wolf blows down the first two pigs' houses, made of straw and sticks respectively, but is unable to destroy the third pig's house, made of bricks. Printed versions date back to the 1840s, but the story itself is thought to be much older. The phrases used in the story, and the various morals drawn from it, have become embedded in Western culture.
Three Little Pigs" is a song by the comedy heavy metal band Green Jellö, from the album Cereal Killer, released by Zoo Entertainment in 1992. The single was later re-released in 1993 under the name Green Jellÿ, due to a lawsuit. House Me Teenage Rave.
Three Little Pigs" is a song by heavy metal comedy band Green Jellÿ, from the album Cereal Killer. Released by Zoo Entertainment in 1992 with the original band name, Green Jellö, the single was re-released in 1993 under the name Green Jellÿ due to a lawsuit for trademark infringement by the owners of Jell-O. The song peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1993, staying on the chart for 20 weeks, and charted even higher in the United Kingdom, where it reached number five
Three Little Pigs" features a cameo by Tool lead singer Maynard James Keenan, who was the roommate of Green Jellÿ singer Bill Manspeaker. Keenan sings the falsetto line "Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin". The song's claymation music video received regular rotation on MTV, and in 1993 it was certified gold by the RIAA.
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Videoklip a text piesne Three Little Pigs od Green Jelly. Songwriters: Levinthal, Mark; Manspeaker, William C; Why don't you sit right back and I I may tell. Well, the first little piggy Well, he was kinda hick He spent most of his days Just day dreamin' of the city. And then one day he bought a guitar He moved to Hollywood to become a star But living on the farm he knew nothing of the city Built his house outta straw, what a pity? Then one day Jammin' on some chords Along came the wolf Knockin' on his door. Little pig, little pig let me in Not by the hair of my chiny chin chin Little pig, little pig let me in Not by the hair of my chiny chin chin.
|A1||Three Little Pigs||5:54|
|A2||Electric Harley House (Of Love)||4:37|
|B1||Obey The Cowgod||3:10|
|B2||Trippin' On XTC||3:22|
|B3||Green Jello Theme Song||2:15|
- Management – Kevin Coogan
- Producer – C. J. Buscaglia, Sylvia Massy
- Written-By – Green Jellö*, M. Levinthal* (tracks: A1, B1)
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|74321 15142 4||Green Jelly*||Three Little Pigs (Cass, Single)||Zoo Entertainment||74321 15142 4||UK||1993|
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|74321 15142 2||Green Jellÿ||Three Little Pigs (CD, Single, Car)||Zoo Entertainment||74321 15142 2||Australasia||1993|
|Jello12||Green Jelly*||Three Little Pigs (CD, Single, Promo)||Zoo Entertainment||Jello12||UK||1993|