hola rockeros ~ RFTC on Yo Gabba Gabba…?!
dunno when it got or if it’ll get air, but the photo alone has the power of ten thousand gods.
alls else thee rockinismo knows is - get this:

AP-ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT REUNITE! apparently no one got the email invites to witness  the sole reunion performance of the defunct San Diego rock n roll band  Rocket From The Crypt. The band played a surprisingly tight and  choreographed show on the set of Nickelodeon’s children show Yo Gabba  Gabba. The unfortunately small audience (about five to ten 3 year olds)  did not hamper the bands energy as they played favorites from their  first 4 LP’s. One attendee was overheard saying ” I’m thirsty”. When  asked about future Rocket performances the band answered, ” No. We are  only interested in playing to audiences of 5 to 10 people between the  ages of 3 to 6.  Although we were surprisingly tight and choreographed ,  we will most likely never play as a band ever again.”

via the Swami’s facebook page

hola rockeros ~ RFTC on Yo Gabba Gabba…?!

dunno when it got or if it’ll get air, but the photo alone has the power of ten thousand gods.

alls else thee rockinismo knows is - get this:

AP-ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT REUNITE! apparently no one got the email invites to witness the sole reunion performance of the defunct San Diego rock n roll band Rocket From The Crypt. The band played a surprisingly tight and choreographed show on the set of Nickelodeon’s children show Yo Gabba Gabba. The unfortunately small audience (about five to ten 3 year olds) did not hamper the bands energy as they played favorites from their first 4 LP’s. One attendee was overheard saying ” I’m thirsty”. When asked about future Rocket performances the band answered, ” No. We are only interested in playing to audiences of 5 to 10 people between the ages of 3 to 6. Although we were surprisingly tight and choreographed , we will most likely never play as a band ever again.”

via the Swami’s facebook page