The band is seen on YouTube, putting out the occasional new video every couple of weeks (on average), and it's all hilarious satire mixed with dance beats. SEE THE LINKS BELOW
The members, left to right:
DeeJay: Also gets the occasional line in certain songs.
Benatar: Plays the keys, sings the occasional lines in choruses.
Humbert, or "Puff": The main voice, often rapping his verses.
The page for YFM is one of a few for Ray William Johnson, who voices "Puff." The band even has a new series underway on another YT page.
Their music: [link]
Ray's viral video series "=3": [link]
The first episode of YFMTS: [link]
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You know, I'm not so sure. Last I heard, they covered some stuff before their record deal backfired, so I think at this time, they were doing something Canadian.
Perhaps a bit of Rush? That would have been fun!
Case in point: I heard a remix of David Bowie's "Heroes" where only one or two lines were looped ad nauseum for most of the six minutes. I like certain remixes, but usually if ALL the lyrics are used. I have a series of CDs that have that, mostly the original 12" versions of '80s tunes.