Fashion Zombies

As if they haven't lost all credibility already, the members of Good Charlotte happily pound toy bongos in a television commercial for Donkey Konga 2.

Apparently, Good Charlotte's "The Anthem" and "Predictable" are among the popular songs that Nintendo licensed for its rhythm game sequel.

Other playable tracks include:

"All Star" — Smash Mouth
"Boombastic" — Shaggy
"Come Clean" — Hilary Duff
"Headstrong" — Trapt
"Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)" — Blu Cantrell
"I Don't Want to Know (If You Don't Want Me)" — The Donnas
"Full Moon" — Brandy
"It's Been Awhile" — Staind
"La Bamba" — Los Lobos
"No More Drama" — Mary J. Blige
"Pieces of Me" — Ashlee Simpson
"Rock the Boat" — Aaliyah
"Send the Pain Below" — Chevelle
"Shiny Happy People" — R.E.M.
"Sidewalks" — Story of the Year
"U Don't Have to Call" — Usher
"Unpretty" — TLC
"Wish You Were Here" — Incubus


I thought American Idol licensed crap…

This list reads like the Grand Theft Auto radio station from hell. I don't ever want to hear any of these songs again, let alone percuss to them.

I'm convinced the Donkey Konga series would be better served by a more "mature" developer with less qualms licensing such carpal tunnel gems as "Toxicity" by System of a Down or anything by Rush.

As seen on the Scarborough Country website:

"Hey, it changed some CEO's life. It must be good."

The guy used to be a U.S. Representative and he just recently discovered The Stranger? It's only one of the most widely read novels of the 20th century and a staple of high school literature courses.

Oh and The Cure recorded a blah blah blah.

Cardigan thinks we constantly promote Fall Out Boy.

I hope that isn't the general perception of our site.

Better Fall Out Boy than Insufferable Stevens though, I suppose.

Rory's seen the latest PENNY-ARCADE STRIP!!

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