Andrew H. Walker, Getty Images Nine days after the deadly tornado that touched…
- Posted by Pat Pemberton
Geek-o-meter: 8 -- Did we mention that one of They Might Be Giants plays accordion?
Geek-o-meter: 9 -- For giving us that annoying Nokia ringtone
Geek-o-meter: 10 -- Eee! Eee! Eee!
Geek-o-meter: 7 -- The 'Buddy Holly' song did rock, but liking Kiss is one serious stretch.
Geek-o-meter: 9 -- "Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto!"
Geek-o-meter: 6 -- If corporations rule the universe, will televisions be even cheaper?
Geek-o-meter: 8 -- With songs like 'Pantera Fans in Love' and 'She's a Sleestack,' it's no wonder they can't score.
Geek-o-meter: 7 -- Let the planetary battles begin! Hey, wait: 2112? Isn't that pretty close? Hide your guitars!
Geek-o-meter: 5 -- Unfortunately, robots know only one dance.
Geek-o-meter: 10 -- "Holy dorkus, Batman!"
Geek-o-meter: 5 -- "Girls only want boyfriends who have great skills." --Napoleon Dynamite (the movie character)
Geek-o-meter: 7 -- Oh, come on: At least give us a Dada party!
Geek-o-meter: 8 -- Gizmo, schmizmo: They've got nothing on the Aquabats!
Geek-o-meter: 7 -- Hey! What's the shame in liking Duran Duran? Not that we would ever, ah ... let's move on.
Geek-o-meter: 4 -- The number of songs on this album
Geek-o-meter: "A one and a two and a ..." -- Sorry: dated reference to accordion player Lawrence Welk.
Geek-o-meter: 9 -- Wizards, dude.
Geek-o-meter: 10 -- In geeky voice: "So if you locked Boba Fett, Yoda and G.I. Joe in the same room with no weapons ..."
Geek-o-meter: 4 Because they really do rawk!
Geek-o-meter: 7 -- If only we could all quit our day jobs to write zombie songs.