Wyld Stallyns Rule: 8 TV and Movie Bands We Would Actually Listen To

Wednesday, September 7 by

6. Sexual Chocolate – Coming To America

If I had a time machine, I’d go back and lose my virginity to Sexual Chocolate. Then I’d go back starting in the era of Adam and Eve and make sure that everyone else lost their virginity to Sexual Chocolate. We don’t know much about this band, other than the fact that they are fronted by Jackson Heights’ very own Mr. Randy Watson.

It’s hard to imagine a more terrifying “romance” singer than Mr. Watson, but that’s only important if you wanna be superficial and judge on appearances.

Randy Watson, ladies and gentlemen.

5. Citizen Dick – Singles

“Well, I think ‘Touch Me, I’m Dick’ in essence, speaks for itself, you know? I think that, you know, that’s basically what the song is about, you know, I think a lot of people think it’s actually about, you know, ‘My name is Dick, and, you know, you can touch me’, but I think, you know, it can be seen either way.”

Case stated.

4. Wyld Stallyns – Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure/ Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey

What’s not to like? Turn off your thinking caps and enjoy music in the style of Mr. Eddie Van Halen. Sure, they went a little agro with the fretboard work on the guitars, but over time, they would learn restraint. Because if there’s one thing that Bill and Ted have in spades, it’s restraint. Great stuff. Even more than the original lineup, I appreciated the addition of Rufus in the band’s later incarnation. He added an element of mystery. And, of course, their band saved the world.

Be excellent to each other.