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My Stomach Can Hold Up to 150LBS of Food
  • Artist: Gooby Goo and Peekers
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501035798
  • Item #: SRD103579
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 10/7/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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My Stomach Can Hold Up to 150LBS of Food on CD

One day Gooby Goo mysteriously received a letter in the mail. Written inside was a card that said, ' You are like Jesus'. Although it was strange, Gooby Goo put it inside his pocket, gently patted it, and went about life. On a sunny day in the North Pole, Gooby Goo was busy saving polar bears from starvation when Peekers showed up. Soon as they met they had a connection, a love of polar bears. Little did Gooby Goo know that Peekers was the writer of the mysterious letter. Peekers had been following Gooby Goo for quite some time. There was a special picnic atop a silver iceberg celebrating Bitago's birth to 2 baby cubs. On this day Peekers revealed the secret of the letter to Gooby Goo. Since the birthday of 'Meh' and 'Meh,' the 2 cubs, Gooby Goo and Peekers became close friends writing songs of likes and dislikes in the world, but most importantly about their love of polar bears. This friendship and collaboration began in 2008 in the San Fernando Valley, a valley in the northwestern region of Los Angeles far from the North Pole, but Gooby Goo & Peekers' hearts still live with the polar bears. Like their story, Gooby Goo & Peekers debut album "My Stomach Can Hold Up To 150lbs. Of Food", is a whimsical collection of stories and sounds that take you into the future and back to Lemona St. Where nostalgia & romanticized memories have been left behind.