AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Drops A Pot Trilogy

anthonyjmiccio | April 23, 2008 5:15 am

AC/DC’s Brian Johnson has put out three new songs to promote the DVD release of Totally Baked, a pot comedy starring a cavalcade of VH-1 level stand-ups. Most entertaining of the eerily AC/DC-esque trio is “Who Phoned The Law,” which appears to be about a zoo’s worth of stoned animals having a wild party. Chorus: “The dog’s got the munchies, the cat ate the stash. The chicken and the tuna’s lying, laughing on their ass. The monkey’s in the kitchen, and the donkey’s in the hall. Hey! Hey! Who phoned the law?” I might have that “chicken and the tuna” line wrong, but it’s not like Brian’s voice is getting clearer with age.

Sadly, there’s no word on the status of Helen Of Troy, a musical co-written by Johnson that’s been in development for over five years. Originally the play was to feature Cranberry Dolores O’Riordan as Helen and Malcolm McDowell as Zeus in 2002. Then backers fell out and there hasn’t been a word online about it since a 2005 reading with Bruce Vilanch. Brian starred in a TV documentary about the legendary battle, but sadly, this is all that’s currently available from it.

“New DVD release takes the AC/DC front man to remote Sparta, Greece to find the real roots of Helen of Troy. Horizontal jogging, women running naked in the streets, a history lesson like you have never seen before. A wild trip with great music.” Why is this not in stock???

Totally Baked’s Website AC/DC’s BRIAN JOHNSON – The Path Of Helen Of Troy [Youtube]