Dog Explosion, Pt. 1

April 9, 2011 12:40 AM

My next-door neighbours have a Scottish terrier which, upon being let into the backyard from inside the house, immediately yips so loudly that each bark forces it off the ground in a fit of screechy rage. Trey has a similarly annoying stupid-nosed Pekingese living above him, though its alleged "bark" is more of a failure, altogether. It's almost like someone timestretched the sound of basketball trainers on a gymnasium floor. There's no real attack; the sound just appears, then vanishes, only to return moments later. In retribution for these grievances, we have now made two separate attempts to make the latter dog explode via sonic assault. It's not supposed to be good; it's supposed to be incendiary. Please also enjoy this video for part 2.

Everyone knows that the best instrument for inciting spontaneousplosion is, in fact, an oboe. The effect is doubled when played poorly with an improvised, pentatonic pseudo-melody.


Timbill Corder - Baritone Ukulele, Background Vocals (squeaky, alleged "barks")
Trey Beauregard - Vocals
Tommy Scheurich - Oboe


Timbill Corder - Tin Whistle
Trey Beauregard - Flaut, Vocals
Tommy Scheurich - Oboe

posted by askmeaboutLOOM (2 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

This is so exceedingly good that I'm having trouble not exploding.
posted by koeselitz at 2:34 PM on April 10, 2011

This is probably the most excellent thing I have heard in a month.

I adore the oboe stylings!
posted by winna at 8:56 PM on April 23, 2011

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