LOL, these truly suck. I particularly enjoyed "Satan Is Real" since The Louvin Brothers appear to be where they belong, but I would have expected Hell to have been a bit more crowded...not a politician in sight! I'll have to save these for the next time I'm in the mood for creepy and disturbing.
I just spewed chocolate all over the place, those are hilarious. Missing, though, are Sandler & Young; of course, their album covers might be a category unto themselves. Sorry Jim Post made the list, he was a good singer.There's a radio show called "The Annoying Music Show" which is about 10 minutes long per show -- and all they play are the most annoying songs ever recorded.
Good one, Alicia! I see why you needed research time! Missed you!
I just snorted my martini through my nose. OUCH! Thanks a lot, but...LMAO!Favorites..."Geraldine & Ricky". Don't know which is which, but it doesn't matter because they're both men.and..."Let Me Touch Him" OMG that's perverse!
Just went back to it: "All My Friends Are Dead" is just hilarious. The Handless Organist and the Braillettes -- what are they thinking? Cody Matherson "Can I Borrow A Feelin?" doesn't have quite the panache that it has when Warron Zevon sang a similar line. But Joyce. Oh, my god. Where oh where did you find these?
That Cody guy belongs on my wall of shame! If I had a matini I'd'a spewed it. Thanks for the laugh Alicia!
A musician friend sent them to me - I just liked to die! Diva, I knew you especially would get a kick out of them - can't you picture the Five Neat Guys or Tom Monroe on one of these?
Alicia, now I've spewed. Yes, the Five Neat Guys belong there, and Tom Monroe. Oh, hilarious.
OMG I just nearly peed my pants laughing, and scared my dog!! "JOyce"!! "All my friends are dead!" Cody Matherson should've worn sunglasses..."can I borrow a feeling?" HAR!!What's John Bult trying to convince Julie of on her 16th bday?!? "I love my life" by the most depressed looking man i've ever seen!Thank you this is the most hilarious thing I've seen in a long time. Great work, Alicia!
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