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Venerable hair metal quartet--Oggy Ogstrom (vocals), Gunner von Straussly (guitar)' "The Bass Player" (bass), and Drumotron VI (drum machine)--who play the park in the "150 Piece Kit" episode of animated comedy ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1710308/ Regular Show]'' (first aired 29 October 2012). Current park bossman/Ill-tempered martinet Benson was their original, highly skilled, drummer.
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Venerable hair metal quartet--Oggy Ogstrom (vocals), Gunner von Straussly (guitar)' "The Bass Player" (bass), and Drumotron VI (drum machine)--who play the park in the "150 Piece Kit" episode of animated comedy ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1710308/ Regular Show]'' (first aired 29 October 2012). Current park bossman/Ill-tempered martinet [[Benson Dunwoody|Benson]] was their original, highly skilled, drummer.
  
 
In a later episode ("The Lunch Club," first aired 13 Aug. 2015), Benson sings "Microwave Wings," a song from ''Cournotopia'', the band's recipe-themed concept album.
 
In a later episode ("The Lunch Club," first aired 13 Aug. 2015), Benson sings "Microwave Wings," a song from ''Cournotopia'', the band's recipe-themed concept album.

Latest revision as of 14:42, 24 June 2019

Venerable hair metal quartet--Oggy Ogstrom (vocals), Gunner von Straussly (guitar)' "The Bass Player" (bass), and Drumotron VI (drum machine)--who play the park in the "150 Piece Kit" episode of animated comedy Regular Show (first aired 29 October 2012). Current park bossman/Ill-tempered martinet Benson was their original, highly skilled, drummer.

In a later episode ("The Lunch Club," first aired 13 Aug. 2015), Benson sings "Microwave Wings," a song from Cournotopia, the band's recipe-themed concept album.

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