In Which the Eternal Question of “What Would It Sound Like If Morrissey’s ‘Every Day Is Like Sunday’ Was Covered as Dark Ambient With a Cookie Monster Singer?” Is Answered

It would sound like this.

https://whatever.scalzi.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/cookiesunday.mp3?_=1

And now you know.

20 Comments on “In Which the Eternal Question of “What Would It Sound Like If Morrissey’s ‘Every Day Is Like Sunday’ Was Covered as Dark Ambient With a Cookie Monster Singer?” Is Answered”

  1. Hmmm… background music completely drowned out the vocal on my speakers, so I can’t give an informed opinion on this tune. I cranked it up and barely heard something… singing?

    It did wake up and annoy my cat, which I’m sure you’re pleased about.

  2. Cookie Monster vocals are challenging to decipher most of the time. Note that “cookie monster” vocals do not mean actually sung by the Cookie Monster (who is, for the most part, understandable), but a certain variety of very low, very growly singing.

  3. Okay, maybe I am now a little worried about what you are putting in your burritos.

  4. Congratulations, you’ve invented a new genre that captures the national mood… Ambient Trump.

  5. Shaun Jex – I dabble in an assortment of literary and artistic endeavors. My writing has appeared in Celebrations Magazine, Old School Gamer Magazine, Texas Heritage Magazine, Renaissance Magazine, Cowboy Jamboree Magazine, and other disparate locations.
    Shaun Jex

    And this is why the internet exists.

  6. Shaun Jex – I dabble in an assortment of literary and artistic endeavors. My writing has appeared in Celebrations Magazine, Old School Gamer Magazine, Texas Heritage Magazine, Renaissance Magazine, Cowboy Jamboree Magazine, and other disparate locations.
    Shaun Jex

    Also, I now really want to see Cookie Monster sing Tom Waits’s “Cemetery Polka”…

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