HEY, TRUE BELIEVER! DON’T WATCH THE BATMAN… WATCH THIS! THIS IS AN EVER-LOVIN’ MARVEL FILM! THE STRANGE-IEST DOCTOR IS IN! HIS PETER PARKER SPELL WAS WEAK, AND THE ILLUMINATI’S GIVIN’ HIM THE HEAT… WELL LISTEN, STEVIE! YOU BETTER SLING-RING YOUR ARSE, TOUT SUITE! TO THE TRIPPIEST, STEVE DITKO MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS! EX… CEL… SIOOORRRRR!
I’ve never had much cause for worry And I’ve not got a home or bed. You’ll never find me in a hurry Because I live my life walking dead.
People say that I’m creepy, But I crave human remains. I know what I know from George A. Romero, That zombies are all into brains.
Fresh cerebrums are all that I care for, I believe I’ll crack open a head. Fresh cerebrums are all that is needed, Because I live my life walking dead.
People say that I’m creepy, But I crave human remains. I know what Return of the Living Dead told, That zombies are all into brains.
I’m happy the way that I do things, Continually dealing bloodshed. I’ve no worries on what tomorrow brings, Because I live my life walking dead.
People say that I’m creepy, But I crave human remains. I know what I know, even on Game of Thrones, That zombies are all into brains.
Well some men shoot at us with rifles, Surviving in apocalypse days. But I don’t have much indigestion. Zombies are all into brains… Zombies are all into brains… Zombies are all into brains… Scraps of brain washing down the dah-rain…
Inspired by the sleeve artwork for the 1983 “Madness (Is All in the Mind)” single, which was mysterious and spooky and altogether ooky, for some reason!
In honor of Chris Foreman’s 65th birthday, Stateside Madness managing director Poly Collins has compiled an incisive retrospective on Chrissy Boy’s evolving haircuts. Sit back and have a beer (or six) with Poly as he tracks the course of civilization as reckoned by the Chriscoiffian Calendar! It’s SHOWTIME!
After that, tune in to the newest Chris Foreman episode of the Stateside Madness Podcast to hear Poly and co-host Laurie discuss Chrissy’s life and times, and Chris himself offers a few short remarks on the subject of birthdays. For more from Chris, don’t miss our full-length Chris Foreman interview podcast from March 2021.