Posted by sean on July 24, 2005 at 9:55 pm in Big Brother, Music with No Comments

It finally seems that we have seen the last of that damn Crazy Frog. The Jamster ads are no longer on TV, the single is never played and nobody has it set as their ring tone (mind you I’m yet to find anybody who had it in the first place).

However, just when you thought the world was free from annoying, singing creatures along comes “Schnappi das kleine Krokodil”, potentially the worst thing to come out of Germany since Adolf Hitler.

Schnappi would eat The Crazy Frog for breakfast

Schnappi is a green singing crocodile who already has many websites both for and against him, a single and music video. All of these are in Germany at the moment but the phenomenon is scheduled to his the UK next month with records, ring tones and the usual crap.

I’ve heard the single and to be honest it’s not bad, a decent novelty record and enjoyable in small douses. However it is repetitive and I am sure after hearing it 1,000 times on television, radio and from children’s mobile phones it’ll leave me and the rest of the population wanting to kill it.

The official website is here while an unofficial webpage with samples of all Schnappi’s tunes is here (not too sure about the legality of this webpage so it may be gone before too long!).

Enjoy for the moment as by this time in two months you’ll hate it.

“This is your captain speaking….”

Finally apologies to Science from Big Brother, looks like my cause to keep you in the house backfired. Obviously the public would like to see a boring tart wander around the house for the remaining three weeks. Anyway, will now be backing Eugene to win the series. Hopefully he’ll still be in the house this time next week.

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