“ Genre: Dance & Electronic / Artist: Crazy Frog / Single / Audio CD released at Warner „
Why do ringtones always turn into songs and adverts and just the most annoying thing on the planet.
Just a money making gimmik this release it terrible and just has wave after wave of annoying "brum brum brum" to what used to be, in my eyes, a good song before it was totally destroyed by this stupid remake.
Id understand if it was just a ringtone that after the first watch became boring but i really dont understand the reasoning behind it. There is no musical talent, thought or entertainment behind this product - only entertainment is the satisfaction of smashing it.
Maybe i am being a bit too harsh, kids might find it funny for a listen but thats about it - and to be honest you probably dont want children around you making the annoying noise.
At £2.95 its not a bad price if your into annoying frogs but i personally would have to be paid to listen to it.
Good heavens above, the Crzy Frog brings back ghastly memories of ringtones and having him interrupt music programmes on televsion every few minutes.
Who is he: A computer generated character with one of the most inane voices in the world, who started life as a phone ringtone before launching a music career.
Is a cover of Wham's 'Last Christmas', a record which did not need covering! The Frog does his usual 'ring a dinging' over it, while some more pleasant female vocals provide the sunh hooks to the song. The production is somewhat tinny, the synths sound cheap and it really takes novelty records to new heights of awfulness.
Buy it if you liked 'Axel F' by the Crazy Frog as it is much in that vein, it is probably useful for kid's parties, though I fear the Crazy Frog might already have gone out of fashion.
Verdict: A lame single, not worth buying on CD. If you want another version of 'Last Christmas' go for the Cascada version which is actually quite good