Mephisto And Kevin

Album: Chef Aid: The South Park Album (1998)
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Songfacts®:

  • Primus wrote this song for the show South Park. The band also wrote the theme song for the show, and this song was featured on the episode "Chef Aid" as well as the album that followed the episode. "Chef Aid" was a bunch of musicians playing a concert for the release of the character Chef from prison. On the show, before Primus performs, lead singer Les Claypool says: "Chef inspired us to keep playing, no matter how much we sucked!"
  • The chorus of the song is sung by Isaac Hayes, who voiced the character Chef on South Park. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bert - Pueblo, NM, for above 2

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