Green Jelly Cereal Killer Lyrics

Green Jelly’s Cereal Killer Soundtrack was originally released under the band name Green Jellö. However, as their fame grew with the release of the popular Three Little Pigs, the owner of the Jell-O trademark claimed that Green Jellÿ were violating their trademark, and forced a change of name. Because of this, an updated version of Cereal Killer Soundtrack was released bearing the Green Jellÿ name (also changing the name of the last track from “Green Jellö Theme Song” to “Green Jellÿ Theme Song”) later in the same year.

Green Jelly Cereal Killer Lyrics:

Follow your nose, it always knows
The flavor of death where ever it goes

Terror in the supermarket, shoppers are in horror,
Shredded boxes in the aisles, corpses on the floor,
Those who ran, this joy is mine, now they’re going to pay,
Super gory slaughter now the order of the day!

Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!

Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids.

Follow your nose, it always knows
The flavor of death where ever it goes

Orphaned at the age of five, parental guidance missed,
Rice Crispies wouldn’t talk to him and he got really pissed,
The remittal chemicals have driven him insane,
Now we know the calling like it’s ringing ’round his brain,

Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!

Snap! Crackle! Pop!

Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!
Toucan Son of Sam!!

Part of your nutritious breakfast!

Songwriters
CHRISTOPHER J. BUSCAGLIA, GREG REYNARD

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Green Jelly Bear Song

Green Jelly’s  “The Bear Song” by the comedy metal band Green Jelly could actually be considered, in some circles, a remake of the old popular camp song “The Bear Went Over the Mountain”. Of course, sung to the tune of “Sipping Cider through a Straw” from 1919.

Green Jelly Bear Song Lyrics

The bear went over the mountain to see what he could see, hey
The other side of the mountain was all that he could see, so
He went back over the mountain to see what he could see, hey
The other side of the mountain was all that he could see

You darn fool, you darn fool, can’t you plainly see? Hey
It’s nothing but a cabbage head his grandma said to me, ho
Many a miles I’ve traveled, a thousand miles or so, hey
I never saw a head of cabbage with hair upon it before

What’s this cabbage?

The bear went over the mountain to see what he could see, hey
The other side of the mountain was all that he could see, so
He went back over the mountain to see what he could see, hey
The other side of the mountain was all that he could see

Hey is that a bear over there?
Hey, Boo Boo, let’s scare the ranger
Gee, Yogi

You darn fool, you darn fool, can’t you plainly see? Hey
It’s nothing but a cabbage head his grandma said to me, ho
Many a miles I’ve traveled, a thousand miles or so, hey
I never saw a head of cabbage with hair upon it before

Somebody give that cabbage a hair cut!

Lyrics from MetroLyrics.com

Green Jello Band

Green Jellÿ is a legendary comedy punk rock band formed in 1981. Originally named Green Jello, it’s often reported that the band changed its name due to legal pressure from the owners of the Jell-O trademark, Kraft Foods, who claimed that it was an infringement of their trademark. Despite the spelling difference, the new name and the old are pronounced exactly the same way.

Bill Manspeaker, a resident of Kenmore, New York, formed Green Jellÿ in 1981 as Green Jello, a four piece comedy-punk band. As most of the band’s members were poor musicians at the time, they billed themselves as “The World’s Worst Band” and relied on bizarre theatrics, power chords, and self-deprecating humor to thrill their audience. The name, which was suggested by a friend of the band, was chosen because the band members felt lime-flavored Jell-O was the worst Jell-O flavor.

It is said that Green Jelly has had hundreds of members during the band’s lifetime. Some of the membership is rumored to include Gene Simmons of KISS, Hulk Hogan, Maynard James Keenan of TOOL, as well as Weird Al Yankovic in collaboration with B-Movie horror queen Karen Black.

Green Jello – House Me Teenage Rave

GREEN JELLY, GREEN JELL-O, does it matter!?! They’re great! My Brother and I grew up listening to these guys! We both had wide musical tastes. One day listening to GREEN JELLY, the next day it might have been QUEEN or MEGA DETH. Either way, I miss the good ‘ol days of music and videos on MTV.

My neighbour introduced this band to me with this track when we were both teenagers. We used to be the casual homeboys playing basketball in the suburb we lived in. im not american by the way neither european or canadian by descent im a bloody turk. We went to his flat like we always did to chill it was then he played this tune we drank blue curacao and he confessed his homosexuality.

CANADA DAY with Green Jelly

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After finding local success, many of the members relocated to Hollywood, CA where they quickly became a fixture of the underground scene. Green Jell then struck up an instant friendship with GWAR bonding with their mutual love of costumes and onstage antics. By this time, the band consisted of usually 20 members including new characters such as “Shitman” a giant, walking corn-filled poop monster, “Cowgod”, “Rock n Roll Pumpkin”, and “Satan’s Ham.” At one point even Danny Carey and Maynard James Keenan of Tool made the Green Jell roster..Read more

Green Jelly Guitarist/Producer CJ Buscaglia Dies

Former Green Jelly guitarist and producer CJ Buscaglia (aka Jesus Quisp) passed away Friday, January 16, 2015, in his hometown of Buffalo, NY. He was 51.

Originally named Green Jello, Green Jelly started out in Buffalo with the intent of being “the world’s worst band.” After relocating to Hollywood, they convinced Zoo Records to advance them $50,000 to record the world’s first video-only album. The resulting product was 1992’s Cereal Killer. The “album” would become a multi-platinum phenomenon on the strength of the hugely successful MTV staple song “Three Little Pigs.” (watch the video for the song here below). The band’s success would prompt the Kraft Foods Corporation to sue the band over trademark infringement by their use of the Jello brand name. The name of the band was changed in print to Green Jelly, but band members insisted that it was still pronounced exactly as before. On the bright side, Joey Ramone would later..

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Maynard James Keenan and Danny Carey Reunite With Green Jelly Live For “Three Little Pigs”

Green Jelly Live again for “Three Little Pigs”…

When the band first hit the New York punk scene, they were banned from many venues including Buffalo’s local music club McVans, for smashing televisions on stage with a sledgehammer during their shows. Eventually after a long evolution musically, costume changes and many member changes, Danny Carey and Maynard James Keenan joined the band in 1989. By 1991, the band approached BMG subsidiary label Zoo Entertainment with a concept album. They promised the label an all “video album,” that they would create and produce all themselves, with just one catch, they had never made a “video album” before.

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ARTISTFACTS FOR GREEN JELLY

  • Their name was originally Green Jello, named as such because of their dislike for that particular flavor and because they thought it accurately described their musical sound.
  • They had to change it to Green Jelly after a demand by General Foods, owner of the Jello trademark.
  • Thanks to hard rock band Gwar, Green Jelly began using elaborate homemade props and costumes in their live shows.
  • They once appeared on The Gong Show, claiming to be the world’s worst band.
  • After releasing an “album” on video, with music videos accompanying each of the songs, they billed themselves as the world’s first “video-only” rock band.

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Carnage Comes to Marvel Heroes With Awesome Green Jelly Song

The latest team-up for the Marvel Heroes universe is the hyper-violent character Carnage, but buried in the character’s reveal is another nostaligia-laden reunion: Carnage and Green Jelly.

In the introduction trailer below, you can also hear the villain’s theme from Spider Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage, a song from the still-active rock band Green Jelly. The group is probably better known for the controversy surrounding its name (it’s pronounced Green Jello), and for the excellent music video for “Three Little Pigs.” But Green Jelly also did the entire soundtrack for the ’90s Maximum Carnage video game. Read more..