- Marie! - The cult classic that started
it all. Marie! tells the epic tale of how one man's
all-consuming obsession with a nonexistant shot
with this cruel, heartless woman annoyed and amused his online pals.
- obsession - Here's a creepy
little ditty for you.
- Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - An
enthusiastic cover of one of TMBG's most famous covers. I didn't figure
until after the CD was done that it was actually written by some yokels
calling themselves "The Four Lads". Whatever. In my mind, this song is
inextricably linked to Plucky Duck, so that shows you just how cultured
- Five-String Guitar
Improv - I busted a string on my guitar, so I retuned it all
crazy-like and made stuff up.
- Three-String Guitar
Blues - By popular demand, here is what is in my opinion the most
embarassing thing ever recorded.
- The Shatner Remix - A techno
dance mix of William Shatner's abomination, "Mr. Tambourine Man."
- Locked Out - A piano piece that I
wrote years ago, now with improvised guitar, pump organ, humming robots,
and plastic candy tub smacking added.
- Locked Out... Naked - Here's
the song, performed the way I actually wrote it, without all the improv
noise on top.
- Sub-Zero - That wacky song off the
Mortal Kombat soundtrack, only now, with toy accordians and a trombone
bit. Tasty three-part harmonies turned out better than I thought they
- Rain - A kind of pretty, sad,
instrumental piece that I wrote one day while it was raining.
- Prozac The Bear (puddic
mix) - Bizarre tune based on the bizarre online comic strip, Triangle and
Robert. The creator of said
strip made a music
video for it.
- Her - An instrumental about love.
- Dinosaurz With
Attitude - This
comic, set to music.
the dave thomas the cowboy ep
twister: the musical
- Me, Joe - Thrill
as Bill Paxton furiously attempts to emote!
unfinished, random crap
- Purple Monkey
Dishwasher - A percussive sample of a saucy Brit saying "Purple
Monkey Dishwasher" and a hacked-to-bits, unrecognizable sample of me
saying "I fucking love pie" produce this gem.
- Leprechaun - Livestock at Large
successfully forays into barbershop, with this a capella rendition of a
classic folk tune written by the same saucy
Brit mentioned above. Four- and sometimes five-part harmonies!
- Classical Gas - Just foolin'
- She's An Angel - This TMBG
cover has great harmony. I have no idea why I didn't put it on
- Brian Is Cool - My
friend tre gave me some lyrics. I wrote her the music instead of
studying for a calculus final. Everybody wins.
- These Eyes
(unfinished) - This is what that Guess Who song sounds like in my