Music Streaming Profiles

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Strong Bad and sloshy have official artist pages on music streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, and more.

The Brothers Chaps use Songwhip to compile links to artists and albums across multiple services.


[edit] Strong Bad

Famous ladies always like sbemail.

Strong Bad's artist page first uploaded in September 2019. On YouTube, this page was created on December 13, 2013. So far he has uploaded the albums Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits, Trogdor!! The Board Game Rulebook EP, and Hooked on Decemberween, as well as the single Kooky Moonlight to stream for free, as well as the first three volumes of Homestar Runner Original Soundtrack. On Bandcamp, he has also uploaded sloshy's album Degradest Hits. Also listed is his guest appearance on The Aquabats' album Hi-Five Soup!. Although all of the albums contain tracks from various characters besides Strong Bad, they are listed under Strong Bad's name; he explained on Twitter that "there were weird limits on compilations and various artists albums so [he] just took credit for it all [himself]." Strong Bad promises "more jams to come".

Strong Bad's artist photo on Spotify and Bandcamp is himself as a rock star from rock opera. On Spotify, his page background is the stripe on the wall of the basement of the Brothers Strong, while on Bandcamp, it's a picture of his eyes. On other streaming services, Strong Bad's image is one of his album covers, depending on the service.

[edit] Spotify playlists

The "Strong Bad" Spotify page has three artist playlists:

  • HSR OST Full-On!
    • "All 180 rock hits by the original artists! Here's how to order!"
  • Free Country USA Dance Pwawty
    • "Transform your car, living room, or immediate vicinity into your very own pwawty cloughb! All the house, techno, trance, electro sub-dubbery from your fav Homestar cartoons and sbemails!"
  • Crample-O Stow Records Presents!
    • "All the hip-hop and R&B-ish stylings from Homestar Runner dot com. Featuring Strong Bad, Coach Z, Crack Stuntman, Tenerence Love, and Peacey P featuring Peacey P (feat. Peacey P)!"

[edit] Artist Bio

On Spotify, Strong Bad's artist bio is:

Strong Bad exists at the crossroads of style, awesomeness, video games, and cheese dip(s). In addition to writing and performing his own Top Somehundred hits such as 'Trogdor' and 'Everybody to the Limit,' he has surrounded and associated himself with all types-a high quality talent. Limozeen, Cool Tapes, Taranchula, Brainkrieg, the hip-hop stylings of Coach Z, the hipster-slop stylings of Sloshy, and more.

His artist bio on Bandcamp is the same as on Spotify, but without the words "writing and" before "performing", the "high" before "quality talent", and the comma before "and more". "Sloshy" uses lowercase capitalization.

On Songwhip, YouTube, and Google Play, Strong Bad's bio consists of an excerpt from his Wikipedia article.

Strong Bad is a fictional character from the Homestar Runner series of animated Flash web cartoons, inspired by "The Strong Bads" from the video game Tag Team Wrestling. He is portrayed by Matt Chapman, the principal voice actor and co-founder of the series. Strong Bad enjoys pranking the other characters of the series, along with his ever-diligent lackey pet named "The Cheat" and his older brother Strong Mad. The main segment that Strong Bad is a part of is "Strong Bad Email", in which he answers emails sent to him by fans. The Strong Bad Email series grew to be so popular that seven DVDs featuring the emails have been released, as well as a podcast where emails could be downloaded to digital media players, since its first episode in 2001.
The character's face resembles a red lucha libre mask, with 4 laces in the back and a blue diamond centered between his eyes. The diamond has the power to open bottle caps from "Cold Ones" and remove Homestar's hat, though he has only been seen doing this once. His eyes are green and shiny, and apparently turn grey when he is dead.

[edit] sloshy

sloshy's artist page first uploaded two tracks (B-est of B-sides and American Football Championship Game) on the album "Air-Sea Dolphin / Sloshy Split - EP" on June 1, 2018. They have since released one full album, Degradest Hits. Depending on the service, their image is either the album cover of Degradest Hits, their split EP with Air-Sea Dolphin, or blank. Their name is always capitalized across streaming services.

[edit] Artist Bio

They do not have an artist bio on any streaming service, except for their Songwhip profile. It simply reads:

Fictional alternative/indie rock band created by The Brothers Chaps.

[edit] Releases

[edit] Albums

[edit] Singles

[edit] Fun Facts

  • All albums are copyrighted by Cheap As Free Music, with distribution by DistroKid.
  • On all platforms other than Bandcamp, Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits is simply released as Strong Bad Sings, rather than its full name.
  • On Spotify, Trogdor!! the Board Game Rulebook has the correct artist's name listed alongside Strong Bad's for each song. This generates links to empty artist pages for each character or band (see Homestar Runner's, for example).
  • For reasons unknown, Strong Bad has two profiles on Apple Music: one for Strong Bad Sings and Trogdor!! The Board Game Rulebook, and another for every release since.
  • Before the official page was created, the Bandcamp link in Strong Bad's Songwhip was for an unrelated Denton, Texas band.
  • On Bandcamp, Trogdor!! The Board Game Rulebook, all three volumes of the Homestar Runner Original Soundtrack, and Degradest Hits all have their release dates listed as July 9, 2021 rather than their proper release dates.
  • Kooky Moonlight is the only album/single to not be released on Bandcamp.

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