Nerf Herder

Nerf Herder is an American rock band from Santa Barbara, California, formed in 1994 by Parry Gripp, Charlie Dennis and Steve Sherlock. They describe themselves as a "geek rock" band, and are known for simplistic modern punk-style songs with frequently humorous, juvenile, and pop-culture-referencing lyrics. They are the inventors of the “nerdcore” music sub-genre, a reference to bands from Oxnard who called themselves “Nard”-core, which Gripp updated in the mid-90s to explain Nerf Herder and their nerdy influences.
Their 1997 single "Van Halen", a tribute to the band of the same name, received significant radio airplay and led to their first major record deal with Arista Records. They also composed and performed the theme music to the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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Top SongsAlbum
I've Got A Boner For X-MasMy E.P.1:38
Close Your Eyes and DreamRockingham2:48
Down On HaleyNerf Herder2:23
She's A SleestakHow To Meet Girls3:20
5000 Ways To DieHow To Meet Girls2:59
The Sportsman BarMy E.P.3:23
(Nerf Herder Banter)Hi-Voltage Christmas Rock0:30
I'm the Droid (You're Looking For)Rockingham3:36
Doctor WhoDoctor Who2:43
Sigfried & RoyThat Darn Punk2:37
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