Chromeo Wants Kids to Clean Up Their Act

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Columbia’s premier electrofunk group is taking a break from intramural collaborations and filling the Bowery Ballroom to provide a public service announcement to junior hipsters on the popular Nickelodeon show Yo Gabba Gabba!  The topic?  Personal hygiene, of course. 

Stereogum has a video of the band performing their catchy anthem, “Everybody Wash Your Hands (Lather Up)” in a giant sink while Mayan pyramids float in the background and blobby creatures dance for joy.  Oh, childhood.

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  1. it's  

    really frustrating that you can't watch the video directly from the bwog. especially since you took a screen shot with the little "play" arrow thing on it.

  2. You...  

    misspelled 'hygiene.'

  3. monkeyhumper  

    we dont need to hygiene

  4. hey kids  

    listening and dancing to music is fun!

  5. this  

    really made my day. just saying.

  6. pyramid  

    The pyramid is actually from Chichen Itza, Guatemala making it Mayan as opposed to Aztec. You were right insomuch as that it isn't Middle Eastern in style.

    Here's a picture of it http://blog.lib.umn.edu/benge005/architecture/pyramid_maya.elcastil.lg.JPG (looks like that's the actual pic they used in the movie). Here's a better pic of it http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Chichen-Itza-Castillo-Seen-From-East.JPG.

  7. i am  

    partial to ziggurats, myself.

  8. is it really  

    everybody "watch" your hands?

  9. god  

    macklovitch is a freakin' baller

  10. stereoGUM  

    is a popular alternative/indie blog. stereoLAB is a 1990s alt-experimental group from England. good job getting the source name correct.

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