Gerry Anderson Rips a Hole in Time and Space In The Name of Pop Music!


Hey creeps, remember that time that Gerry Anderson manifested one of his amazing marionettes as a real life girl, and then had her sing pop ditties about one of his other shows that actually took place after the show said character was from? Well, even if you don’t here’s Kate Kestrel (from Terrahawks, which was set in 2020) singing S.O.S., which seems to directly reference Thunderbirds (which took place in 2065)!

p.s. Why is that “S.O.S.” overlay covering the entire video marking it like a digital Hester Prynne?

Daniel XIII

Daniel XIII: equally at home at a seance as he is behind the keyboard. Raised on a steady diet of Son of Satan comics, Kaiju flicks and Count Chocula comes the proprietor of The House of Thirteen Doors. What arcane knowledge lurks behind the preternatural eyes of the Ouija Board Kid?

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One thought on “Gerry Anderson Rips a Hole in Time and Space In The Name of Pop Music!

  1. PunkRocker says:

    This song reminds me of Fuzzbox’s “international rescue!” this song was done by the band after they went from indie punk to more corporate rock, but I still find it to be quite catchy.

    Vix, the singer, is still hot! :)

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