Well as is the case with all musical genres, artists tend to take themselves too seriously and things tend to get overblown. So music was always ripe for parody and I figured it to be funny to start a thread about those instances where people went into the studio with an attitude of "Let's make fun of that kind of music." One kind of music genre where things always get completely blown out of proportion is French Chansons, where the use of strings and choirs would even have somebody like Phil Spector look conservative in his productions. So when Belgian comedian Urbanus and his musical partner in crime Jean Blaute, heard one of those completely over the top French Chansons in a bar, they decided to have a go at it. The Resulting "Quand les zosiaux chantent dans le bois" (Listen to the birds singing in the forest) took all the parts of what what made the genre they were going to parody and took it up even further, with Urbanus himself not even trying to hide the fact that his French is REALLY bad. They decided to give their song the ultimate acid test and played it to Belgian chansonneur Will Tura, who couldn't stop laughing, he totally got the joke. They did a video where Urbanus just hammed it up, oversized microphone and all, sadly there's only an incomplete version online but it still gets the point across.