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Animal is the wild drummer on The Muppet Show, performing with Dr. Animal is a crazed percussionist with three styles of music — loud, louder, and deafening. He speaks in a guttural shout, often repeating a few simple phrases, such as “BEAT DRUMS! Animal first appeared in the 1975 pilot, The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence, chained up in a basement cell when he wasn’t onstage performing with the Electric Mayhem.

He later became a main character on The Muppet Show, and his unrestrained style has made him popular with young people for decades. Frank Oz says that he had his character down to five words: Sex, sleep, food, drums and pain. Occasionally, two of those essentials, food and drums, are interchangeable. Teeth had to remind Animal to beat, and not eat, his drums. Animal’s wild attitude can be compared to Cookie Monster. Animal’s family life is generally non-existent, and outside of the band, the Muppet Show troupe, and women in general, he has no other relationships.

It is a popular legend that Animal was inspired by Keith Moon, the wild drummer of the Who. Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac is also sometimes cited as the inspiration for Animal. Three of the other members of the Electric Mayhem were created by Muppet designer Michael K. Frith, and the sketches reproduced in the 1981 book Of Muppets and Men show that they were based on famous musicians. Teeth is a cross between Dr. However, it’s not surprising that Animal is often compared with famous drummers — as Buddy Rich said in his Muppet Show episode, “All drummers are animals.

Animal himself considers Rich one of his musical influences, along with Gene Krupa, Keith Moon of The Who, and Ginger Baker of Cream and Blind Faith. Animal has performed a number of solos on The Muppet Show, including “Sweet Tooth Jam”, “Wild Thing”, and “Foggy Day. When drumming legend Buddy Rich appeared on The Muppet Show, one sequence featured a “drum battle” between Rich and Animal in homage to the legendary face-off album between Rich and his contemporary Gene Krupa. Although Animal battled Buddy Rich, in an earlier episode, episode 110, it was mentioned in an interview with Animal that Buddy Rich was one of Animal’s idols. One of Animal’s most memorable performances with a guest star was in episode 105, in which he wildly played the drums in Rita Moreno’s number “Fever”. He started getting so out of hand, Rita was forced to give him a lengthy verbal reprimand in Spanish, ending with “Cool it!

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