‘Merlina’: What song does Jenna Ortega dance to in the Tim Burton series?

As happened with Kate Bush with ‘Stranger Things’, The Cramps have already gone viral because of Jenna Ortega’s terrible choreography to their song

Mexico City is so magical it can brag Merlinnew series of Tim Burtonwhich also featured the cramps Live performance. It happened in 1992 in Pericopa. Santa Sabina inaugurated the concert. As you can imagine, that presentation had a lot of rockabilly visuals doing awesome moves as did Jenna Ortega in the best chapter of the show that she shares with Emma Myers and Joey Sunday.

The Cramps are a rockabilly legend. Until the luxe interior conjured up Just a Dream in 2009, it was one of the best New York punk threw at us. He is survived by his widow and band guitarist, Poison Ivy. She is living her dream of spreading her music to a generation addicted to mainstream and thanks everyone for this The Big Raven Party, where “Goo Goo Muck” was a sad song that encouraged Marilyn to dance with Tyler (hunter dohan,

Now the song is rocking the streaming platforms. Spotify and Apple Music, to mention two of the most popular services, put it first over 10 million copies, NME reports a five thousand percent increase as a result of the exciting chapter, whose choreography was one hundred percent invented by Ortega, thanks to the influence of Siouxsie and the Banshees and, of course, by Joy Division singer Ian Curtis, whose life you see Can thank Sam Riley’s performance in the biopic Control.

The Cramps, at least Ivy, live the same thing that Kate Bush and Metallica experienced through the viralization of their songs in Stranger Things. The first, Queen of the Big 4, Joseph Quinn via Sadie Sink. “Goo Goo Muck” Nears 150,000 Daily Streams on Spotify, Not to mention YouTube, which has an unofficial role as the first option with over 1.4 million plays.


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It’s not the first time he’s used this song in a production, but it’s the most effective. texas chainsaw massacre 2 used that too, That’s a relief, at least for the punk generation, because hopefully the youngest of the lot will revive an underground time where everything from Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, Harry Styles dominated the mainstream popularity charts. , speaking among others.

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