And not just people—the lead singer of Smash Mouth is saying it.
Harwell shared some thoughts on other cultural icons: “I would love to put Al Pacino in a video,” he said.
Kim is aided by her clumsy best friend and sidekick Ron Stoppable, his pet naked mole rat Rufus and 10 year-old computer genius Wade.
Known collectively as Team Possible, the majority of Kim and Ron's missions require them to thwart the evil plans of mad scientist–supervillain duo Dr.
“Yeah, he was very complimentary toward us,” Harwell recalls.
The exchange was “brief” but “super weird and cool.” There you have it: People are saying Morrissey loves Smash Mouth.
Drakken and Shego, but they occasionally encounter other enemies as well.
Veteran Disney Channel writers Schooley and Mc Corkle were recruited by the network to develop an animated series that could attract both younger and older audiences, and conceived Kim Possible as a show about a talented action heroine and her less competent sidekick.
With a strong emphasis on modern-day technology and the Internet, the series also explores themes such as feminism, girl power and relationships, and receives heavy comparisons to other female-driven action shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Alias and The Powerpuff Girls.(Quickly shooting to #1 on the Billboard charts, and eventually boosting “FYM” sales to over 3 million copies in the U. alone.) In the two decades since, Smash Mouth has not slowed down. In celebration of this milestone year, Smash Mouth will release a just-completed acoustic version of “FYM” in its entirety (along with a mini-book recalling it’s making).2017 will also see the band releasing a new album of all-original material.Smash Mouth's lead vocalist Steve Harwell had a major meltdown when pieces of bread were thrown at him during the finale for Taste of Fort Collins in Colorado. Harwell caused quite a stir during the band's performance, first yelling profanities at the crowd, then being subdued by a security guard and finally walking off the stage ahead of the encore. — Smash Mouth's lead vocalist Steve Harwell didn't take kindly to pieces of bread being thrown at him on Sunday night during the finale for Taste of Fort Collins.