North Texas Acts music videos who made it to Beavis and Butt-Head.
The duo will trade music videos for YouTube and TikTok comments in the new Revival series, but the remastered episodes will retain them.
The Boys are back with a new sci-fi flick, a two-season revival series, and remastered versions of its episodes with the original music videos this year — including those from the North Texas artists who featured in the animated series. MTV over 20 years ago. .
The success of Beavis and Buttheadabout two teenage delinquents, created and voiced by Mike Judge, turned the protagonists into ’90s icons, but now they’ve found themselves in the 21st century in his new Paramount+ movie. Beavis and Butt-Head make the universe is slated for release on June 23. In the film, Beavis and Butt-Head are condemned to “do time out” at a space camp and end up being sucked into a black hole that takes them 24 years into the future, which would be the year, you got it. guessed, 2022.
We’ll see Beavis and Butt-Head navigate the new world of Gen Z in the best possible way. If you were a fan of them back in the day, you’d probably assume it won’t be a very smooth ride.
The idea for the film, which dubbed itself “the dumbest sci-fi movie of all time” and the second film after Beavis and Butt-Head Do America in 1996, had been floating around since 2018, but it was all about what the boys would do. The film will also be followed by a two-season revival series later this year and a comprehensive library of over 200 original episodes that were remastered and available the day the film was released.
When it was first covered in 2011, audiences saw Beavis and Butt-Head as teenagers criticizing music videos like they did in the 90s, but this second cover will be different. They won’t be featuring music videos anymore, but commenting on YouTube videos and TikToks like we all do these days.
“There is so much to look at. We were limited to [music videos] on MTV, but the world is cluttered with so many videos now,” Judge said in an interview with Consequence. “Now, whatever demographic was watching music videos [in the ’90s] probably watch this TikTok stuff. And we all watch YouTube.
In honor of their return, we take a look back at when some of our own arrived at Beavis and Butthead, including Pantera, Salt-N-Pepa, Reverend Horton Heat, Toadies and more – with reviews from Beavis and Butt-Head. If you can’t find it on YouTube, wait until June 23.
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians – “What I Am” (S2E9 “Home Improvement”)
Pantera – “Psycho Holiday” (S2E10 “Way Down Mexico Way”)
Butthole Surfers – “Who Was In My Room Last Night” (S2E13 “No Laughing”)
Butthole Surfers – “Dust Devil” (S2E20 “Babes R Us”)
Salt-N-Pepa – “Push It” (S2E20 “Babes R Us”)
Vanilla Ice Cream – “Ice, Ice Baby” (S3E22 “True Crime”)
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians – “Yes” (S3E23 “The Trial”)
Elmo & Patsy – “Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer” (S3E29 “A Very Special Christmas With Beavis and Butt-Head”)
Let’s not forget that this song was originally written by North Texas musician Randy Brooks in 1979.
Season 4 Episode 3 Difficulty Urinating | Reverend Horton Heat – “Wiggle Stick”
Beavis: “I have a moving stick”
Butthead: “Well, don’t stir it here.”
Salt-N-Pepa – “Shoop” (S4E5 “They’re Coming to Take Me, Huh Huh”)
We see you, DJ Spinderalla!
Salt-N-Pepa – “Whatta Man” (S4E22 “The Fate Pipe”)
Pantera – “I’m Broken” (S4E22 “The Hose of Fate”)
Pantera – “This Love” (S5E12 “Plastic Surgin”)
MC 900 Ft Jesus – “If I Only Ruled a Brain” (S5E15 “Contaminated Meat” and S7E13 “Drilled”)
Reverend Horton Heat – “Psychobilly Freakout” (S5E25 “What’s the Matter”)
Toadies – “Possum Kingdom” (S6E6 “Blood Pressure” & S7E6 “A Very Special Episode”)
“I have already made my decision. It sucks. – Head of knots
Vanilla Ice Cream – “I Love You” (S6E9 “Babysitting” & S7E39 “Butt Flame”)
“The Way with the Words” by Beavis in this clip.
Tripping Daisy – “I Have a Daughter” (S6E9 “Babysitting”)
Cover photo of the trailer for the movie “Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe”.