"Bugs for Dinner" reflects many styles of musical influences and genres. Whimsical, funny, strange, and even a little scary for a few overly sensitive kids. Who would've thought that a farting zombie caterpillar could be un-nerving? Truth is so far, only one kid has been scared by that, but we have to be honest, right?
Some of these songs have actual educational value as well! Like, "Mexican Jumping Bean". The song tells the real truth of why those little beans jump around. It was researched on the inter-web and everything! Even though it's probably difficult to concentrate on the entomology due to the constant heckling of the other moth larvae, it's still pretty close to scientific fact.
And some songs are just for entertainment purposes only. Like, "Critters". A group of bugs with British accents that just want to rap about things that eat them. Nice, huh? This one is a local elementary school favorite.
Another favorite is "Buzz Theme". Mostly because there are no lyrics. Just an over zealous drummer, an '80's style T.V. show synthesizer theme, and some buzzing bees. Awesome, eh?
There's also a very short song about a bug's life span, kind of like their life span. Short, get it?
Ooh ooh! And we can't forget the song about the bug...with the...poop, and, um, the poop.