Here are some things I stole from a Paula Abdul fan page. I figured I'd better mirror them, because we all know how unreliable Paula Abdul fans can be.
MC Skat Kat jacket giveaway
You too can be as cool as the demon mexican boy and the giant girl about to slap him.
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In this song he claims to be richer than Michael Jackson. I have concluded that he is referring to cartoon money.
I Ain't No Kitty
Skat Kat feels the need to emphasize his badassosity. As if the suspenders and goatee did not make it clear enough.
No Dogs Allowed
Seeing as how Skat Kat is a cat, you would assume this song to be about how he doesn't like dogs. In assuming that, you would be quite the fool, because as it turns out this song is actually about how he doesn't like ugly girls.
Gotta Get Up
I don't know what this song is about. It appears to be just sort of a stream of conciousness thing that strings random cliches together, but its got a good beat, and you can dance to it.
Kat in the Casino
MC Skat Kat details his gambling problem, and also, kills someone. I wonder why they thought a cartoon cat needed a 'rep.'
On the Prowl
The biggest question in my mind after hearing this song is: What is a 'tenderoni'?
The big single. Not only does Skat Kat mention the Ninja Turtles but in one of the most ironic moments of early 90s pop culture, he actually disses Milli Vanilli. Also of note, this song was mixed in Q-sound. I'm sure you will notice the amazing difference, and see why Q-sound caught on and is now the defacto standard for all recordings.
Heh. Skat Kat gets chased around by some bad guys or something, and then blows them up. I'm not making this up.
So Sweet So Young
Skat Kat and the Mob get told off by some chick. She frontin' the Skat? Damn, yo.
I Go Crazy
Skat Kat gets annoyed by various things after waking up and licking himself. For the second time on this page, I am not making that up.
New Kat Swing
Skat Kat complains about the media doing... something? He seems to be under the delusion that the media is telling lies about him, or in fact, even acknowledges his existence. I have concluded that he is referring to the cartoon media.
Skat Kat's Theme
Skat Kat lays it all on the table in his theme song. Not to mention giving some valuable advice to kids: "Children do the right thing and not the wrong thing." Later on, Fatz encourages you to "Heat up your pants."
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