Todd: Yeah, it's clearly trying to be "Jump Around: Part 2". Want more Rolling Stone? Todd (VO): Well, anyway, this is House of Pain's second song. Stephan Jenkins: I wish you would step back from the... Todd (VO): That song's not as great for jumping, though. At last, I'm done, just in time for my [shows clip from The Blues Brothers where the Bluesmobile breaks down with caption "REENACTMENT" displayed below] car to break again. In Canada, the single hit number 7 on the RPM Dance/Urban Chart and number 45 on the RPM Singles Chart.  Additionally, it was a Top 30 hit in Belgium and Sweden, as well as on the Eurochart Hot 100, where it hit number 30 in June 1993. Todd: I mean, I still really love "Jump Around", but if you wanted to make a case against House of Pain, that would be a good place to start. I came to get down So get out your seats and jump around May "Jump Around" live forever. Cannot annotate a non-flat selection. Todd (VO): And it is the greatest beat ever made. Todd: ...the only "Jump" song in 1992. We're really going there. "Jump Around" is a song by the American hip hop group House of Pain, produced by DJ Muggs of the hip hop group Cypress Hill, who has also covered the song. Yeah, [thumbs up] brave stance in '94. And I got more rhymes than there's cops that at a dunkin Just the fact that he [could be] president is going to get us shunned by the world.”. Jimmy Rabbitte (Robert Arkins): D'yeh not get it, lads? [thumbs up] A true 5 out of 10. Watch the video for Jump Around from Everlast's Live At Open Air Gampel (2004) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Try'n to play me out like as if my name was Sega I got more rhymes than the bible's got psalms Todd: If you took a microscope to my DNA, it would read, [rapping fastly] "Pack it up, pack it in, let me begin. When they're so ubiquitous, it's not a thing anymore. Make sure your selection Todd (VO): And also, I think there was this, like... Todd: ...brief period in 2000 where you could've heard [ clips of Destiny's Child's...] "Jumpin' Jumpin'" back to back with [...and Third Eye Blind's...] "Jumper". Todd (VO): This is one of the most requested songs I get. Todd (VO): You may remember it from Daredevil, where it introduced Colin Farrell's Irish supervillain to the movie. Sho' nuff, I got props from the kids on the hill plus my mom and my pops". The song also samples "Popeye the Hitchhiker" by Chubby Checker, but it is best known for a high-pitched squealing sound that appears at the beginning of almost every bar—66 times in the course of the recording. And they say that, right after that movie, a ["Top O' The Morning To Ya"] bunch of really young people started showing up at their concerts. Put out your head then you wake up in the Dawn of the Dead Todd (VO): House of Pain turned out to be really influential, for the record, especially on nu metal. I came to win, battle me that's a sin. Todd: [Irish accent] Top o' the morning to ya. Todd (VO): What else is there to say, really? Everlast: On the draw like the horse named McGraw, From the cartoon boom sha lock lock boom sha lock lock boom. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963, Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Denis: Real Irish guys wear Celtics jerseys with the big 33 in the front. [exhales deeply]. Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. If you've got the feeling jump up touch the ceiling Todd: I'm part-Irish. Video for House of Pain - "Shamrocks and Shenanigans". Jump Yo, this is dedicated Just beer.  For his part, DJ Muggs says the sample came from neither Prince nor Junior Walker. Denis Leary: Three words, folks: House. You don't have to. Woof.. Get up, stand up, c'mon throw your hands up. Todd (VO): No, I've never heard of any of these people either. Todd (VO): ...white people rapping was pretty close to being discredited. Denis: Don't talk to me about U2, those guys aren't Irish. People’s Party is coming with all the content this week. Amps it are junking I never eat a pig, 'cause a pig is a cop. It was their own thing. Montage clips of Jesse Jaymes - "Shake It (Like A White Girl)"... Jesse Jaymes: She was wiggling, giggling, shaking, jiggling. And it's very, very white. Scrobbling is when Last.fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. 'Jump Around' is proof that the union could either be incredibly infectious or annoying, depending on one's tolerance for the incessant siren that accompanies the pounding beats. [music stops] Sorry, can't talk and bounce at the same time. Todd (VO): But being in Rhyme Syndicate wasn't terrible for Everlast. ", Across the Atlantic, Dublin-based Evening Herald called it a "compelling single. Everlast: I'm Everlast, born to be a Caucasian, But it makes no difference what persuasion. DJ Muggs has stated that he originally produced the beat for Cypress Hill, but rapper B-Real did not want to record at that time. I don't know, I can sing it from memory. Even Ice-T, the original original gangsta, [shot of soundtrack cover for...] was doing inane pop rap like the Dick Tracy theme, ["I Got The Knack"] and helping doofus shit like this into the world. Rapper Everlast has threatened to hit Donald Trump with a cease and desist order for using “Jump Around,” his 1992 hit with House of Pain, at campaign rallies.. Todd (VO): Like I said, I couldn't even begin to analyze why this song is so great. Video for Dropkick Murphys - "I'm Shipping Off To Boston". Rev Run: It's tricky, tricky, tricky, tricky. Get up, stand up, come on! Did they deserve better? Everlast: Jump around. Todd: In fact, it mostly reminded me of [video for...] "Rico Suave", who also only had one topic. It was the cream of the crop, it rose to the top. You know "white people can't dance"? Todd (VO): ...was in Mrs. Doubtfire, of all things. Oh, Limp Bizkit. Todd: That bounce was made by [images of...] Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs. Start the wiki, Do you know the lyrics for this track? AllMusic editor Rob Theakston described the song as a "dynamite classic". Pain. 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Todd (VO): ...if you don't count that Santana song he was on. Todd (VO): And it's especially obvious if you've seen his career progression. [Clip of House of Pain performing at Woodstock] And, since then, House of Pain have done some small reunion shows but...Everlast has said that would be pretty much it. Todd (VO): Now, that second album does have its fans. I'm the cream of the crop, I rise to the top In Oceania, the single peaked at number 15 in Australia and number 31 in New Zealand. Todd: And, yeah, after that, House of Pain just drifted from people's attention. Shake, shake, shake the room, ...and Tag Team - "Whoomp! Todd (VO): They have one topic: "I am Irish and badass". [MTV's New Year's Eve 1999] Did everyone of those kids start nu metal bands? Get up everybody and listen to this rhyme, My name is Everlast and yo, I'm always on time, Everlast: Everlast lasts forever, that's why I'm number one. And they also got to do the theme song for Who's The Man?, which was a movie starring the host of Yo!
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