Oingo Boingo


ill admit im young to be a fan but you will still never meet a more dedicated one

>>By johnyboy   (Saturday, 23 Nov 2002 15:14)

hey little lumpling! I'm a Boingo fan too. I am currently searching winmx for all the oingo mp3's I can find. I hope to eventually set up a fan site with lots of oingo boingo music for new fgans to discover. my email is sinister.eggplant@3web.net so if you ever want to say hi! send me some 'E' (i am also always looking for mp3's for upcoming site. good quality 128bit or better.) anyhow goodbye, goodbye. =>

>>By Sinister Eggplant   (Wednesday, 4 Dec 2002 03:42)


>>By Mystique   (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 03:14)

Boingo rocks!!! I LOVE DANNY ELFMAN!

**Keep the Boingo pride alive**

Am I the youngest fan (17 years old)?

>>By Mrs.Elfman   (Sunday, 16 Feb 2003 01:37)

I'm From Venezuela and since i can remember i've always been fan of film music, but the only music that take me to another level is the music of Elfman, when i heard that he was on a rock band, i tought it must be the wildest thing ever to appear on the face of the earth....And I was right, now i'm i think the biggest Venezuelan fan of Oingo Boingo not to mention the only one!!!!!

"Say Hello Insanity!"

>>By Elfmaniak   (Friday, 28 Feb 2003 17:59)

Yar! My friend started singing No One lives forever, and I finally asked him what the hell he was singing so I found out so now I'm searching for mp3's...

>>By Sardoth   (Wednesday, 5 Mar 2003 03:54)

Oingo is great, elfman is god. If anyone does get ahold of a good download site where some of thier songs are email me lokichilder@itookmyprozac.com Ive got one cd and a few mp3s but Id love as many as possible. Thanks kiddies.

Ive got you beat mrs. Elfman...15 years old! ^_^


>>By Karma   (Sunday, 9 Mar 2003 00:42)

I am a life long boingo fan since high school . I only got to see them in concert once back in '86.
I recently discovered a boingo tribe band playing around town and they do a very faithfull imitation.
Now I am a resurrected fan who still loves Boingo. May their legacy never die.

>>By Jackie   (Tuesday, 11 Mar 2003 04:30)


>>By Jack Skellington   (Saturday, 10 May 2003 05:12)

*ahem* I beat you ALL in the contest for youngest boingo fan (I'm sure there's younger, who can resist danny elfman....) I'm 14 years old...WOO!!

By the way, people looking for oingo boingo mp3's (although you should go out and buy the Cds, but I understand, I can't dish out $20 for a CD everytime I want one...) Just download Kazaa (kazaa.net) and search for boingo...you'll find like millions and millions of mp3's....rare stuff too.

>>By MmyTheManiac   (Wednesday, 28 May 2003 01:42)

hi im trying to find out more about the album where they made that song good for your soul its my farovite one

>>By bandit   (Friday, 13 Jun 2003 16:50)

I've loved Danny Elfman since I was eight, I am now 23 and things haven't changed, however, last year I discovered Oingo Boingo. I don't know how I missed them (being obsessed with the eighties, seeing as I grew up during them), I always knew Weird Science, and Dead Man's Party, but for some reason never investigated further. I was an easy convert though, I've been obsessed with Danny's film music since before I knew it was his. Have to admit though, Little Girls hit a little too close to home for me.

>>By Only a Lad   (Saturday, 14 Jun 2003 04:49)

Boingo's friggin' AWESOME. i must admit, i'm a very young, very new fan, being 12 and getting into them only last year, but all the same i love their music! i especially love the Dark at the End of the Tunnel album, obsessed with Is This! i'd always liked Danny's work, i knew of him as a composer before a rocker, and a friend of mine dragged me into her music-life, introduced me to Boingo, discoverd Elfman was their front-man, so i gave it a shot, and now i love it, and i'm driving her up the wall about it(she's no longer as big a fan as she once was)!
it really sucks that they broke up so soon. i'll never see them in concert, dammit! i was five when they said Toodles to the world, i didn't even know they existed! ah well. seeing the videos will be a reminiscence, i suppose.;)

Top bands of the 70's-80's:
Oingo Boingo
Strawberry Alarm clock(anyone heard of them?)
the Alan Parson's Project
Iron Butterfly
the Doors

and that's all i can think of right now.:)


>>By Erika   (Saturday, 28 Jun 2003 20:47)

Oingo boingo will always be a part of my life, I got a couple of boingo tattos. I went to several of their concerts, they ruled.... and still do

>>By FLAMETIP   (Friday, 18 Jul 2003 07:15)

I recommend the farewell concert C.D. it's amazing.

>>By Greyhound   (Wednesday, 24 Sep 2003 18:48)

they soooo rock

>>By Sar7ah   (Sunday, 7 Dec 2003 04:00)

Oingo Boingo is my fav band. If Bridget and Danny ever get devorced I want to marry him. Yes I am only 15 but I cann't listen to anything but Oingo Boingo I have 8 of there cd's, "The Nighmare Before Christmas" soundtrack signed by Danny Elfman, the "Forbidden Zone" soundtracked and the movie, plus two magazines from "Good Times" in N.Y. with OIngo Boingo on the cover from 94 and 97, and to add a hole bunch of movies that Danny Elfman did the scores for.. When I try to listen to something else like Soft Cell, The Cure or Love and Rockets I cann't even stand it for more than a few hours because they don't sound as good. I dream about Danny Elfman all the time. My friends tell me that if the got 5 cents for every time I talk about Oingo Boingo or Danny Elfman they would be rich in a day. I really hope they have a reunion concert so I could say I have seen the best band in the world at least once. If anyone loves Oingo Boingo or Danny Elfman or wants to sell anything of them you can e-mail me at danny_elfmans_little_girl@yahoo.com

>>By Wanda Lyn Elfman   (Tuesday, 13 Jan 2004 05:35)

Hey whats up with this I want some real fans to talk real stuff I saw OINGO BOINGO when they where still the mystic knights in pasadena.

so I guess that makes me really old anyway you want to download oingo boingo music or share what you have with the reat of us I suggest bear share program.

I myself have seen oingo boingo 4 times live...I have personnelly met John Avila, John Hernandez and sat down and drank with them

they have been together in several bands in the LA area including CID and the all stars

Doug (the accordian play )) those of you who have been to a few gigs might also know him as the sad clown he also wrote TRY TO BELIEVE

has a band worth listening to called Doug and the Mystics I believe that Bartech (who also had a chance to meet with doug at a gig in Montery Park california)) one of the albums he put out was tophat I believe I can also be corrected which I probably will LOL

Oingo Boingo will always be one of the best undiscovered acts of all time its nice to know there are new fans up and coming keep the dream alive......

anybody can email me at lalla1@sbcglobal.net

>>By rocnroll   (Monday, 22 Mar 2004 06:02)

Hey, I'm seventeen and I love Oingo Boingo ^.^ Why weren't they more well-known?

>>By CÆT   (Saturday, 10 Apr 2004 20:29)

This has been my fav band forever. My older bro liked them. He went to two of thier concerts, I was too young to go darn it. I have many of thier songs. I need so many more. Email me if ya want to chat. grandmoffant@yahoo.com. I know of many Boingo fans. Long live the Oingo Boingo.

>>By Grand Moff Ant   (Wednesday, 19 May 2004 08:24)

check out the movie "Forbidden Zone".. Just re-released on DVD not too long ago. Still hard to find. Danny Elfmans' brother directed it. it's basically a movie about the mistic knights. great cult classic.

>>By jimakane   (Wednesday, 15 Dec 2004 22:08)

also see "Back to School" with Rodney Dangerfield (RIP). Danny does the music as well as an appearence from Oingo Boingo half way into the movie. great 80's flick.....

>>By jimakane   (Wednesday, 15 Dec 2004 22:10)

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