Watch: Steve Lukather and Jack Black make cameos in Kyle Gass’ video for Ramones spoof, Vaccinated

“Waited so long that I wrote down this song – I’m getting vaccinated.”

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Kyle Gass has released a new song entitled Vaccinated that spoofs The Ramones’ iconic I Wanna Be Sedated – and he’s managed to rope in Tenacious D bandmate Jack Black, Toto’s Steve Lukather and Evanescence’s Amy Lee to appear in the music video.

Released last Friday (4 June), the track is set to the tune of the classic punk tune, but with its lyrics swapped out for verses that ostensibly promote the COVID-19 vaccines. “Twenty, twenty, twenty-four hours from now, I’m getting vaccinated. Waited so long that I wrote down this song – I’m getting vaccinated,” Gass sings.

Watch the video, which also features cameos from John C. Reilly, Danko Jones and Samantha Bee, below:

In other Lukather news, the guitarist recently released a solo album, I Found The Sun, that he said “sounds like a bunch of old fuckers in a room playing music the way it’s meant to be”.

“I see a lot of people spending a lot of time perfecting their linear technique, speed and scales and emulating their heroes,” Lukather told Guitar.com.

“There’s nothing wrong with learning the technique – fuck, I’m astounded by the dexterity. However, it’s become like a magic trick, but when everyone knows how to do it it’s not magic anymore. It’s amazing, flawlessly executed – but where are the tunes?”


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