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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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|"Tommy the Cat"|
|Single by Primus|
|from the album Sailing the Seas of Cheese|
|Genre||Alternative rock, funk metal, experimental rock|
|Primus singles chronology|
"Tommy the Cat" is a song by the funk metal band Primus, first released in 1989 on their live first album, Suck on This. The studio version was released on their third album, Sailing the Seas of Cheese. The song is about Thomas O'Malley, the rascal alley cat from the Walt Disney movie The Aristocats. The song was also in Pat Duffy's part in the Plan B Skateboards video Questionable.
The song contains spoken word portions, as the voice of Tommy the Cat, interspersed with the singing of Les Claypool. In their live performances Claypool does both parts himself, but the version appearing on Sailing the Seas of Cheese singer Tom Waits provided the voice of Tommy the Cat. The song shows a complex slapping bass line by Les Claypool.
Primus released "Tommy the Cat" following their first major label single, "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver". In concert, Claypool started introducing all of their other songs by saying "This next song is not Tommy the Cat", apparently due to the popularity the song had gained after a video was released and played on MTV.
The song was briefly featured in the 1991 film Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey during the 'Battle of the Bands' portion of the movie, where Primus was shown performing it.
The song was also used in the teaser trailers for South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut.