Drowning Pool’s ‘Bodies’ Transformed Into ‘Laundry’ by Sock Puppet Parody
It sounds like something you'd expect to hear on Radio Disney, but nope, this gem comes to you straight from Sock Puppet Parody. Like the various other metal parodies tackled by the YouTube troupe, this one is fun for the whole family, morphing Drowning Pool's "Bodies" into "Laundry."
Let's take a quick look back at Sock Puppet Parody's history, because we've been paying close attention to these musical rags for quite some time. A quick browse through the SPP YouTube channel will show transformations of Slayer's "Raining Blood," Metallica's "Master of Puppets" and Slipknot's "Wait and Bleed." They even used Immortal as inspiration for a black metal Christmas carol. These socks are crushing the Kidz Bop travesties of the world, so if you want to get your kids involved in metal, why not try the sock puppet approach?
The infectious "Let the bodies hit the floor" line which acts as the centerpiece of Drowning Pool's trademark song has been washed into "Let the laundry hit the floor," which is really only a pain AFTER you've cleaned your clothes. Either way, these diabolical socks use laundry to terrorize patrons of a local laundromat, setting up a tactical laundry-based trip line to, in fact, let the laundry hit the floor.
Treat yourself to a good laugh with Sock Puppet Parody's Drowning Pool tribute above!
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