These approximately six to eight children may be the ultimate pizza gladiators. Their weapons? Sweet, sweet, slightly terrifying music.
'pizza songs' on Serious Eats
YouTube video sensation Julia Nunes recently released her fourth album called Settle Down. This short, sweet song titled "Pizza" caught my attention. Give it a listen. About the author: Meredith Smith is the Slice editor. You can follow her on Twitter: @mertsmith....
A recent article in the The Cape Cod Times featured a pizzeria in Dennisport selling Christmas trees, and the best part, giving away a free pie with each purchase of each conifer. The owner reasons, "If you think right, the Christmas colors are white, green, and red. All the colors we got on a pizza dough." True that!
So if you haven't heard this yet, now you can! The monotony of it is downright haunting. This is a vegetable, this is pizza, here is a vegetable, here is pizza, pizza is a vegetable, pizza is vegetable, pizza is a vegetable.... you get the point.
If you haven't seen this, Herman Cain, then Godfather Pizza Prez, gives a soulful performance not to be missed!
I'm sorry to say that I can find no info about Neil Alan on the Google so I have no background info to give you. Perhaps some Slice'r out there knows more about the man and/or the song?
It's actually a response of sorts to the Rebecca Black "Friday" video that had the whole Internet abuzz with its simplistic lyrics and heavy-handed use of autotune.
Heh. I was wondering how I was going to work Rebecca Black into a Slice post. Thanks, Michelle! You know, I'm disappointed in Joe, though. I think he only mentions Friday in his song. What about Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, which comes after Saturday?
Hasta la pizza,
Uncle Moishy and the Mitzvah Men, a Jewish American "edutainment" group, sing songs that convey the religious practices and philosophy of Orthodox Judaism. Here, "The Pizza Song" highlights the virtue of being nice, kind, and polite—you'll notice how Uncle Moishy did not have a conniption during any of his slice accidents. Oy vey.