A few months ago, I nearly spewed when I heard that Crazy Frog Axel F had reached no.1 in the UK Singles Chart. I hoped that this would never happen in Australia. Even when it did happen last week, I hoped that it would just be a passing fad. Alas, Crazy Frog is currently sitting on top of the ARIA Singles charts for the second consecutive week, and sales are going strong as ever. And along with that, I may have finally lost hope. I guess you could say that popular music has been dying for the better part of a decade now. Even so, Crazy Frog deserves credit for single handedly destroying what little credibility pop music ever had left. Make no mistake, Crazy Frog is not on par with your typical commercialised manufactured crap. It’s not even below commercialised manufactured crap. To even mention Crazy Frog and commercialised manufactured crap in the same sentence is an insult to all the hard-working decent-looking commercialised manufactured craps of the world. It’s all over people! We don’t have a prayer!
The day the music died