Thursday, January 3, 2013

Devil's Advocate

Well here it is, the first post of the year. Now, I could start off this post telling you about the map, or books I'm reading or the typical things people blog about. But we need to get this year started the right way: with snide sarcasm.

Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourselves...


Life In A Tin Can by the Bee Gees

You thought I was kidding, but I wasn't; disco really does come in a can!

Satan Has Been Paralyzed! by David Ingles

And he's real!

Bananaphone by Raffi

No long term contracts! Plus I hear you get great reception in the produce aisle.

The Best of Wayne Newton by Wayne Newton

Wayne, I get the feeling like your producers are trying to tell you something...

Satan Is Real by The Louvin Brothers

And he's been paralyzed!

Julie's Sixteenth Birthday by John Bult

So, uh, I take it she didn't get the pony she wanted?

Reaching Out by Menudo

Menudo strikes again! Look out ladies, those jheri curls mean they're 110% man.

The Reverend In Rhythm by Father Robert White

D&D players take note, this is what your Paladin should be.

Zip Zap Rap by Devastatin' Dave the Turntable Slave

Remember kids, don't be a fool. Stay in school.

No seriously.

Understand Your'e Swede by Jimmy Jenson

The first step to understanding is accepting that youl'l never understand.


Heino has returned! Have your tickets ready because the disco train has no breaks.

*Well, at least until I find even worse ones...


mom said...

have you ever heard how Heino sounds? is he on youtube? your making me curious.

Shadgrimgrvy said...

Oh yes, I guess you could say he's kind of a folk singer. It's the kind of thing you'd expect to hear at the Matterhorn at Disney Land. Give it a listen:


Linda said...

LOL where do you find these covers??? They are hilarious and for real.......which is scarier to think. I can't believe these people actually got someone to record these albums.....the producers must have been even scarier then the album covers.

Shadgrimgrvy said...

Well with people like Phil Spector in the industry that isn't a huge stretch...

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