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[[Image:zorak.jpg|right]]Never has a repurposed cartoon brought such joy. Zorak, an evil mantis-like alien, once tried to kill Space Ghost in the original 1966 Hanna-Barbera ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0060026 Space Ghost and Dino Boy]'' cartoon series. But on [http://www.spaceghost.com/ Cartoon Network]'s ever-zany ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0108937 Space Ghost: Coast to Coast]'', he is now is forced to serve as the keyboardist and occasional singer. Host '''Space Ghost''' and idiot sidekick '''Brak''' are also known to step up to the mic. There was also an appearance by '''The Original Wayouts'''. [http://www.rhino.com/ Rhino Records] released two CDs of their sublime ridiculousness,'' Space Ghost's Musical Bar-B-Que'' (1997) and ''Space Ghost's Surf & Turf'' (1998).  
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[[Image:zorak.jpg|right]]Never has a repurposed cartoon brought such joy. Zorak, an evil mantis-like alien, once tried to kill superhero Space Ghost in the original 1966 Hanna-Barbera ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060026/reference Space Ghost and Dino Boy]'' cartoon series.  
  
Later, in the "Gimme a Brak: War Next Door" episode of ''Space Ghost: Coast to Coast'' spinoff ''[http://us.imdb.com/Title?0297512 The Brak Show]'' (first aired 9 Sept. 2001), Zorak becomes a singing star when his voice changes.
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But on [http://www.spaceghost.com/ Cartoon Network]'s ever-zany talk show, ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0108937/reference Space Ghost Coast to Coast]'' (1993-2011), he was forced to serve as the keyboardist and occasional singer. Host '''Space Ghost''' and idiot sidekick '''Brak''' are also known to step up to the mic. There was also several appearances by '''The Original Wayouts'''. [http://www.rhino.com/ Rhino Records] released two CDs of their sublime ridiculousness,'' Space Ghost's Musical Bar-B-Que'' (1997) and ''Space Ghost's Surf & Turf'' (1998).
  
(See also [http://www.fakebands.com/wiki/index.php?title=The_Original_Wayouts The Original Wayouts]).
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Zorak once paired with his co-worker and other Space Ghost villain Moltar to cut an album, ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS9ipPwuteg Zorak and Moltar Sing Your Favorite Lullabies].''
  
[[Category: Space Ghost: Coast to Coast|Zorak]]
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Later, in the "Gimme a Brak: War Next Door" episode of ''Space Ghost: Coast to Coast'' spinoff ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0297512/reference The Brak Show]'' Zorak becomes a singing star when his voice changes (first aired 9 Sept. 2001).
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==See also==
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*[[The Original Wayouts]]
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*[[Zorak and the Original Wayouts]]
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==External Links==
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*https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS9ipPwuteg
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*https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzQI6S3REqg
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[[Category:1993]]
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[[Category:Space Ghost Coast to Coast]]
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[[Category:Fictional extraterrestrials]]
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[[Category:Fictional singers]]

Latest revision as of 10:54, 13 May 2021

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Never has a repurposed cartoon brought such joy. Zorak, an evil mantis-like alien, once tried to kill superhero Space Ghost in the original 1966 Hanna-Barbera Space Ghost and Dino Boy cartoon series.

But on Cartoon Network's ever-zany talk show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1993-2011), he was forced to serve as the keyboardist and occasional singer. Host Space Ghost and idiot sidekick Brak are also known to step up to the mic. There was also several appearances by The Original Wayouts. Rhino Records released two CDs of their sublime ridiculousness, Space Ghost's Musical Bar-B-Que (1997) and Space Ghost's Surf & Turf (1998).

Zorak once paired with his co-worker and other Space Ghost villain Moltar to cut an album, Zorak and Moltar Sing Your Favorite Lullabies.


Later, in the "Gimme a Brak: War Next Door" episode of Space Ghost: Coast to Coast spinoff The Brak Show Zorak becomes a singing star when his voice changes (first aired 9 Sept. 2001).

See also

External Links