YouTube Treasure: The King Cousins At Their Most Soothing
The King Family were a group of bleached blonde people with blank eyes and liquid voices who calmed down the '60s, or tried to as all kinds of unrest and violence hit the streets in a time of social tumult.
A subgroup of the clan--the King Cousins--were especially tranquilizing, fembotically cooing through various pop hits of the era while perched above giant pink telephones.
Watch this TV clip of the cousins singing "Happy Heart" in 1969 and you will either become joyful and at peace or you'll immediately start pillaging and massacring things.
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