Dry Island’s New Victory Song, “Bring Out the Bottles,” is Really Bad

Kyle Scott —  February 13, 2013 — 1 Comment


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Knock knock?

Who’s there?

My replacement.

The Flyers have apparently replaced Mac Miller’s Knock Knock as their victory song with Bring Out The Bottles, by Redfoo, one half of LMFAO.

Gew.

Think of the song as a Pitbull meets house music meets auto-tune meets a seizure. It’s pretty terrible. But, as with all things Flyers, most of us will nod our heads in approval about 12 hours after being initially disgusted. It’s a conditioned response, cultivated by almost 40 years of disappointment. I HATE THIS. WAIT. NO. ED SNIDER. I LOVE IT. WHO NEEDED MIKE RICHARDS ANYWAY?

Listen to the song after the jump. Somewhat ironically, the music video looks like it was shot at the Kings’ Stanley Cup celebration party in Las Vegas. And yes, I'm trolling you.

image from mobilwi.typepad.com


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