The was the year before the “modern” intros began and while some sort of introductory production was planned a different trivia audio project used up all the pre-trivia production time and energy of Captain F. and Wildman. Call The Challenge Line was an original piece written by Wildman based on a popular newspaper column put to music by Baz Lurhman and released as the single “Everybody is Free to Wear Sunscreen”. The original column was a commencement address to the today’s youth if the columnist had been asked to give one. More details about how the Posse version was put together can be found below.
2000 was also one of the last years that the original producers of Stink Rock put out a collection. Porn Rock was by far their most clever offering aside from the original that spawned the legend. The original producers would release one more collection Southern Fried Stink a year or two later.
- YIR: We’ve Got Booze – Remix
As in 1997, the Posse didn’t know that a tradition was in the making. But people say the darnedest things, even when they know tape is rollingContinue reading →
- Call the Challenge Line
Baz Lurhmann’s Everybody’s Free to Wear Sunscreen, was the inspiration for this parody. Nimbly written by Wildman, Call the Challenge Line captures the very essence of trivia while remaining maniacally devoted to the rhythms of the original song. Captain F. at this time was working for a large public radio network in Washington State which made pre-trivia production of this piece challenging. (Due to the distance between him and MN based Wildman).Continue reading →
- Stink Rock: Porn Rock
This is the last Stink Rock infomercial to be made by the series originators. Stink Rock would return in 2004 when The Goat Posse would make their first attempt at high-profile parody.Continue reading →
Producers: Troy, Dave, and Brad