i SWEAR i saw the name masters of reality in the credits of a ren & stimpy episode, entitled "Jerry the Bellybutton Elf / Road Apples" in the first half of the episode (jerry the bellybutton elf) stimpy is playing with his belly button until he goes insane & gets sucked inside of it. upon being sucked inside a song begins to play that could easily have been a masters of reality song. it was nonsensical, but it had a masters-ish feel to it & i'm certain it's called "climb in my world" this is deep trivia, i know, but if anyone out there has any information on this, or perhaps a way for me to download the song, or at least some idea of how probable it is that the masters/chris goss wrote this song PLEASE drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, as i may forget to check this forum again, ever.
There was an episode called 'Jerry The Bellybutton Elf' and I've known the guys who did that cartoon for years from New York City, and so they just called me and said 'we've got these lyrics and we need a psychedelic rock song'. Bob & Chris, the Ren & Stimpy team, and myself, we're all fans of a cartoonist called Bob Clampett. He was responsible for early Daffy Duck and Porky Pig, and then he left Warner Brothers and started the Cecil & Beanie Show. It was about this boy with a propeller on his hat and Cecil who was a sea serpent. It was this psychedelic stoned-out cartoon that started in the late '50s, done by Beatnik artists. But it was solely for kids and the word play and pacing of the cartoon has been a big influence on how I do my music. There's just a silly side to it. The cartoon would start with a journey, a mission, and they always had a boat. Cecil the sea serpent, Beanie, Uncle Captain the captain of the ship and at the head of every cartoon, they'd have to find treasure or a wild animal with a map. It was filled with word puns. Like pothead cartoon, but for kids. So Bob asked me to come and do this music. It was a gas.
Time (overdue) for a fresh copy. The MP3 above seems to be encoded with MP3Pro, so most players can only see the 22KHz stream in the file. I borrowed a DVD and extracted the AC3 audio to then convert to something more useful.