06 February 2010

Two-headed comic

So I hung out in this adorable comic book shop last night. While perusing the shelves I stumbled upon this book entitled "Ballad of the Two-Headed Boy". That has got to a be a Neutral Milk Hotel reference, right? I mean it came out in 2000 and even the black and white sketches seem Aeroplane-esque.
Just thought I'd throw that out there and if anyone knows for sure, hit us up in the comments. Also I'll take any excuse I can get to post this song:

Two-Headed Boy - Neutral Milk Hotel
Two-Headed Boy - the Mountain Goats (Neutral Milk Hotel cover)

4 comments:

kevin said...

Good lord Mountain Goats butchered that. Cool that you got that version recorded, but ugh. I don't know why folks continually try to redo this thing. Stop it. Bad musician. Bad musician.

Megan said...

I like to think the Mountain Goats version, for all its faults, has a certain earnest charm. But then, I'm not exactly biased...

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