After having been removed from YouTube by a complaint from Billy Joel that the parody lyrics were better than his original "We Didn't Start the Fire", "Here Comes Another Bubble" Web 2.0 commentary sing-a-long has re-appeared on the video service site. Initial rumors had placed the blame of the video's demise on those Google closet-furries, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, which I'd still like to believe was true.
The video is the lovechild of San Francisco Bay Area The Richter Scales, a looney bunch of "men who sing." The video viciously makes fun of the current reality of Web 2.0 business plans and VC drunk sailorness. To stem off removal requests, they've graciously provided credits and reacknowledgments for "Bubble".
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