GOP Party Monsters music CD
"GOP Party Monsters is totally eclectic style-wise, with each song getting individual treatment. The set opens with a stirring march performed by a cast of hundreds (OK, 112 maybe, but who's counting?) singing a stirring hymn based on the now totally lame slogan, ""Mission Accomplished"". In ""Sorry"", Rumsfeld jumps on the apologizing bandwagon set in motion by Richard Clarke. Rush Limbaugh is portrayed singing about the glories of his drug addiction in ""My Drugs Are Red, White and Blue"". Later in the set, he decides to become hip and modernize his image as he changes into the rapper Rush Dogg. ""Do The Chickenhawk"" is a hopping Jerry Lee Lewis styled 50s rocker celebrating the new dance that's sweeping the nation. 'Mister Morality' William Bennett is portrayed doing a Vegas styled vocal live with a hard driving big band, and starts to sound suspiciously like Rodney Dangerfield in ""Outrageous In Vegas"". There's even a bogus 30 second commercial for the now defunct Enron Air, ""Up Yours And Away"". With music, keyboards, arrangements and orchestrations by Pete Levin, and words and lead vocals by Wayne Lammers, many of the songs on the CD have been featured on Al Franken's Air America Radio talk show.
1. Mission Accomplished
3. My Drugs Are Red, White And Blue. A Rush Limbaugh-like voice sings about his drug use.
Click here for a sample. And check out the ""Rush Doggie"" selection below for the ""after drug treatment"" version of Mr. Limbaugh.
4. The Bill O'Reilly Riverdance
5. Outrageous In Vegas
6. Time To Change The Constitution
7. Same Sex
8. Janet Jackson's Breast
9. Da Bomb
10. Condoleezza In D Minor
11. Fly Enron Air
12. Eliot Spitzer's On The Phone
13. The Revenge Of Bill Frist's Cats
14. The I Hate Ann Coulter Song
15. John Ashcroft's Nightmare
16. Do The Chickenhawk
17. The Empire Rules The Earth
18. Rush Doggie. Click here for a sample.