Looking back at shows like 'The Muppets', it's hard to imagine how a children's show could get away with singing about dynamite and atomic bombs with explosions going off in the background, but Dr Teeth and The Electric Mayhem did just that.
Even more amazing is that they've been going for over 30 years. Since their debut on 'The Muppet Show' the furry rockers have appeared on all of their subsequent films, and have even collaborated with Alice Cooper and Elton John, performing darkly twisted covers ('Crocodile Rock' with actual crocodiles) and their own material.
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