‘Boomerang Tang’ – A Song 6 Years In The Making

Sam Seeger & David Seeger‘s Boomerang Tang is a music video that harkens back to the simpler early days of the Wide World Web.

Here’s what Sam Seeger has to say about unusual song and its genesis:

“My dad recorded a 40 minute vocal take of lyrics and dance instructions.

It took me 6 years to cut that down into this song, Boomerang Tang.”

20 thoughts on “‘Boomerang Tang’ – A Song 6 Years In The Making

  1. Bravo guys! With its humble beginnings from a climate 20 years ago, I wonder if the jellos of today might cry toxic masculinity?

    Super duper corny yet far more entertainment value than the modular noodle and doodles and other pretentious offerings by those with edgy and/or witty monikers

    Delicious

  2. The repeated use of the word “boom” clearly marks it as a boomer end zone celebration after having violently pillaged the world’s resources through soft power, death squads and mind control 😉

  3. Wow, Boomerang Tang. That’s something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately, though I didn’t know it had a name. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m headed to the Back Rack.

    Well done, gentlemen!

  4. Alrighty then!!! I’m sold! With these days in isolation, my wife and I had a good laugh! Nothing wrong with keeping some things simple! And I think there is a lot of room these days for ‘Corny’ as well!

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