Musical comedy duo Stuckey & Murray have been making videos and posting them to YouTube for a long time now, so they're no strangers to the bipolar nature of YouTube comments. One minute you are beloved, the next, you never should have been born.
To honor the virtual venue that has brought so much fame and ignominy to so many, Stuckey & Murray wrote "Internet Feecback," a song made up entirely of real comments from their videos. They then recorded it live at The Mercury Lounge in New York City, in front of a fairly loud audience (perhaps that's appropriate). All the classics are represented here, from "I want to have your babies," to "Lame!!!"
It almost brings a tear to the eye.
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