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Thread #19802   Message #204108
Posted By: GUEST,TTCM
30-Mar-00 - 04:17 PM
Thread Name: WHAT SHOULD BE ON THE MUDCAT CD??
Subject: RE: WHAT SHOULD BE ON THE MUDCAT CD??
Well definitely for the cover of the CD, a nice parody of the Two Virgins cover made famous by John and Yoko.

Only for the Mudcat CD we use Dweebo and Barky as substitutes. (We're really tempted to add more to this, but jeepers phoaks, thanks to Amiss, it's now a family Forum.)


We'd buy the CD alone just for that cover.



As for the contents of the CD, well you'd just have to include:

- Dweebo's stirring rendition of The Night They Busted Barky sung in that long asthmatic weeze that Dweebo comically refers to, and that masquerades as a ''voice'' perhaps pitch-adjusted so that he'll only be a semi-tone flat...(Remember son, songs are supposed to have choruses in them, and, phrases were invented so you can take a breath every now and then while yelping.)

- Aine's stirring and haunting cabaret song, dubbed from the original Tiny Tim recording...with perhaps an encore performance of When You're Happy and You Know It, Clap Your Hands with accompaniment by Catspaw on (severely) hammered dulcimer...

- Shambles performing the Alka Selzter Jingle --''Plop Plop Fizz Fizz - Oh What A Relief It Is''

- and perhaps a 20 minute narrative by Amiss, Katlaughing and Sorcha describing every aspect of their lives down to what the weather conditions were on the days they were respectively conceived, followed by a medley of the Lord's Prayer sung in 60 different languages by Praise perhaps with a nice dixieland accompaniment and every 7th beat dropped.

- All the music recorded to the CD at a very low volume so that McGrath not only has trouble reading the small print on the CD but has trouble listening to it as well. (Nothing that a few pints of Kestrel won't cure.)


...can't wait to buy a copy!...



TTCM
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