BullDada: BadMusick & "Novelty" Songs
Cardinal Synapsis gives us the psychodramatic treat - Mohammed Ali lets us all have it, right in the teeth, in a manner William Shatner would have been proud of.
Mohammed declares Jihad against tooth decay and his infidel minion hordes.
Ali finishes us, and the above, off in his own inimitable...something.
The Batman Theme, as butchered by Sam Chopen. One of the best GoodBad cover tunes of all time!
The Steppenwolf classic as done up by Chickenhawk.
"Cut My Own Head Off" by John Bartles. As aired on my good friend & AviTar Ivan Stang's Hour of Slack syndicated radio show.
So unique, no BullDada collection should be without it.
The long overdue tribute to the unfortunate French midget on "Fantasy Island" is here at last rendered by the great Pope Phred & $aint &dreux of the almightily revered Jehova Hates Phred.
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That masterful, magickal hoodo of Huge Voodoo, "Hirasaki". Praise one of the greatest (and nicest) SubMutants of all time, DeeKay Jones, who done coauthored this jewel!!!
A PyschMesmerRation of Rev. Eyre Rend which occurred as soon as he got done puttin' his editin' mojo on the above -- it ascended from the depths, raped itself into his dreams, thoroughly & completely traumatized him & then actually transmographied itself into this wav!
Shoukicki Kina's "Haisai Ojisan" ("Hey Man!") - Okinawa's answer to the "Eight Miles High" days of 1966. Any rumors that Jimi Hendrix is playing lead Kyoto are totally false and originate nowhere but here.
Marlene Dietrich sings "Hot Voodoo" in Josef von Sternberg's 1932 film "Blonde Venus", digitized & submitted by K. P. Kaligari.
An anonymized SubGenius manufactured this RealAudio of the scariest high school band you've ever heard.
"Tyrone Green" appears on Saturday Night Live with his Reggae band.
I'm sure you heard about it - here it is -- Linda McCartney singing backup vocals to "Hey Jude". In this part, she butchers [ : ) ] the middle eight. Oh, the pain, the pain.
Oh, the pain continues, the pain continues, the pain continues, Hey Jude!
SubGenius Pope Lou Duchez armpit-flatulated this wonderment in TrueSpeech format, in counterpoint harmony no less. Satchmo, Dizzy & Charlie refused to play on it cuz they were all too busy holding their breath. You can tell it's authentic too - sound files aren't as tinny in the modern era.
"Men Among Men" by Gary Keillor. Yes, it DOES take a manly man to club the baby Harp Seal! A Church of the SubGenius favorite.
The (in)famous, loveable song by Soupy Sales from his 1960's New York City "kid" show.
A present from the world-infamous bop star Hemorrhoy Rogers of (you know!) Big Poo Generator, The Gland Puppies & Abe Lincoln and the Stincolns. This mutant man is TRULY a SubGENIUS SAINT!!!
The first ten bars of Machito's "Si Si, No No". Guess what we're talking about.
The "mi-so-la" or "Song of the Nairobi Trio" ditty popularized on "The Ernie Kovacs Show" as the background music for his famous 3 piece ape ensemble skit.
The infamous "Stairway to Gilligan", being Little Roger and the Goosebumps' confusion of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" with the theme to "Gilligan's Isle". You've been warned!
A post-occupation Japanese rendition. In all of music history, it rarely gets as delightfully bad as this.
Another submission from K. P. Kaligari, also from "Blonde Venus", Marlene Dietrich sings "You So And So".
All sound files digitized or edited by J. C. Kaelin, Jr. 1995-1998.
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