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10th Anniversary Collection Volume 3: Underground I

By: David Tanny

 


 
The Underground Series is part of the 10th anniversary collection featuring a special mix of comedy. 

Releases:

YearTypeLabelCatalog # 
2010CD(davidtanny)


 

Reviews:
Facts:
  • 01. "DFSX Jingle" (2000) - used for dfsxradio.com

    02. "Burpsi Cola" (2004) - A commercial parody based on a Wacky Package using the novelty song in the background "It's a Gas" by Alfred E. Neuman

    03. "TV Love" (2006 mix) - a song dedicated to the catch phrases of most of the TV shows of the 1970s.

    04. "Hollywood Squarin'" (TV Mix) (2000) - a parody of the Kool and the Gang hit "Hollywood's Swingin'" as the tune is turned into a tribute to a game show complete with hilarious outtakes from the show featuring Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde, John Davidson, and others.

    05. "Glenn Beck Easy Hang Up" (featuring Glenn Beck) (2009) - this sendup of a device you attatch to a telephone features a radio talk show host who had a meltdown on the air.

    06. "All My Demented Children" (2005) - Produced by David Tanny and featuring Vincent Irizarry, Susan Lucci, John Callahan, Michael Nader, Cameron Mathison, Jeff Branson, and Bobbie Eakes from several episodes of "All My Children" back in 2005. A longer mix of this is being planned for a future "Stupid Audio" CD, then again, maybe not.

    07. "I'm a Pac-Man" w sound fx (2007 mix) - this time, the video game character gets to sing the video game blues.

    08. "C'mon Drink the Beer" (2000) - A parody of the Quad City DJ's hit "Ride The Train".

    09. "Mutant Girl" (2004 mix) - An original rap song about an encounter with an unusual lady. It's not what you think it is.

    10. "Mariah Carey's Greatest Screamin' Hits" (2007 mix) - a fake greatest hits package using excerpts from Mariah Carey's hits highlighting her trademark screaming high-pitched moments.

    11. "Dead Kennys" w sound fx (2007 mix) - one of the first South Park songs to come out in 1998. It's a parody of Odgen Edsl's "Dead Puppies". A funny tribute to "South Park."

    12. "Taxi Cab Joke" (1978) - Using excerpts from the movie "What's Up Doc?" and an episode of "Starsky and Hutch" to tell a taxi joke.

    13. "Jim Rockford Visits Jack in the Box" (1980) - A fake Jack in the Box commercial using an excerpt from an old episode of "The Rockford Files"

    14. "Boogie Intro" (1998) - Using excerpt from John Hartford's "Boogie" leading into Dr. Demento and "Weird Al" Yankovic on KMET 94.7 (1985) discussing that Hartford could have produced a disco mix of that song.

    15. "Boogie (disco mix)" (1998) - A disco mix demo of that song. A cover of the John Hartford classic.

    16. "Commentary: Pussified Radio" (2007) - from a June 2006 episode of the Dementia Top 20 Zone from the now-defunct stream of DFSX.

    17. "I'm a Pac-Man" w sound fx and echoing (2008 mix) - this time, the video game character gets to sing the video game blues.

    18. "Mariah Carey's Greatest Screamin' Hits" (2000 mix) - a fake greatest hits package using excerpts from Mariah Carey's hits highlighting her trademark screaming high-pitched moments.

    19. "Dead Kennys" w sound fx (2000 mix) - one of the first South Park songs to come out in 1998. It's a parody of Odgen Edsl's "Dead Puppies". A funny tribute to "South Park."

    20. "Earl Lieb's Meat Market" (with music, 2009) - a sendup of those meat slaughterhouse businesses.

    21. "The CW Fall 2009 Lineup" (with music, 2009) - recycling old ideas is the theme of the network.

    22. "Stinking Hills Country Club" (2010) - a commercial spoof about a whitebread club that doesn't treat their low-wage workers well.

    (davidtanny)

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