Three would be rockers Chazz, Rex and Pip, known as The Lone Rangers plan to play their demo on a recording company, but then they're turned down rudely. Then they decide to try the famous rock n' roll radio station, but are not accepted either. Then they decide arm themselves with squirt guns and take the station hostage for not playing their demo. But the three get more than what they have bargained for. Written by
A comedy with attitude.
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Did You Know?
Making a cameo appearance is "Stuttering" John Melendez
, who at the time was from the Howard Stern
Show. He is billed in the credits as the "masturbating" rocker. He was invited to participate in this production because, as a new artist for Atlantic Records, his first album had just been released and his song "Talk My Way Out Of It" can be heard as Chaz and the boys are driving in the van on their way to the radio station. After years as a Stern employee, primarily assigned to do unconventional man-in-the-street and celebrity interviews, John was lured away from New York, eventually working as the announcer and voice of Jay Leno
's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
(1992), as well as writer, from 2004-2014 See more
In the last scene when the band is trashing the stage and instruments, Chaz pretends to smash a PRS guitar, actually just slowing his swing to not hit the full stack guitar amp, only pretending to smash it. See more
[on the air
Oh yeah! That was for all you pinheads out there too hip to take off your leather jackets in this 95 degree heat. Now I know when the weather gets like this it brings all you nut bags out of the wood pile. And since I am a trouble magnet, I have one thing to say to you bozos, and that is, back off. Here's the Sons of Thunder from the debut album Scrabbled Eggs and Wobbly Legs. You're listening to Ian Shock, on the station with more hair, more flair, yet so debonair, ...
Referenced in I Was a Teenage Faust
Born to Raise Hell
Performed by Motörhead
and Whitfield Crane
Written by Lemmy
(as I. Kilmister), J. Melendez / R. Cantor
Produced by Randy Cantor for Loud Garage Productions
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation
by arrangement with Warner Special Products See more