|"Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld"|
|Single by Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld|
|B-side||"Timmy Livin' a Lie"|
|Released||September 5, 2000|
|Genre||Heavy metal, comedy rock|
|Songwriter(s)||Bruce Howell, Trey Parker|
Trey Parker, Matt Stone
"Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld" is a self-titled single released on September 9, 2000 by the creators of South Park featured in the episode "Timmy 2000". The song appears in the music video game Rock Band as a playable track and is exportable for play in later games in the series.In September 2015, it was named the 38th best fictional song of all time by Spin .
The single was originally from the episode Timmy 2000 . Handicapped Timmy Burch forms his own band after being excused from homework due to ADD.
There are two sides of the record:
|1.||"Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld"||2:22|
|2.||"Timmy Livin' a Lie"||2:29|
A list of personnel who performed in the song:
The song quickly became popular in the video game Rock Band , as a bonus song.
IGN also highlighted the song when mentioning each of the bonus songs in the game.
Rate Your Music gave the album 3.12 stars.
Spin magazine labeled the song as the 38th best fictional song of all time.
A stop-start groove and bouncing bass line better than any real turn-of-the-century modern-rock hit, fronted by the rare period frontman who never became overbearing in his verbosity. Don’t sleep on the backing Lords, though, who sum up goth-rock in one line better than the entire South Park episode on the subject.
The song shares copyright between Sony Music Entertainment and Comedy Central. However, it was published by Hilarity Music Inc.
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