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Spinflight
18th Sep 2005, 10:14
Is anyone else a fan of his?

Just heard 'A Complicated Song' which is almost as funny as 'Amish Paradise'. :O

If not Wield Al then whats your favourite comedy music track?

Greenmonkey
18th Sep 2005, 10:20
Yer i used to be a big fan but that was years ago My favourite song was called hororscope i think. Now for comedy i like Rodney Rude.

SASless
18th Sep 2005, 10:50
"I Love Rocky Road!" still reverberates in my mind....cannot mouth the words to the song it spoofs....Rocky Road comes out!

Gordon Fraser
18th Sep 2005, 11:15
Just downloaded "The EBay Song" by Weird Al from Google. The lyrics are hilarious, with a very catchy tune. One of Al's best

Solid Rust Twotter
18th Sep 2005, 11:43
Dr Hook had some good stuff. Penicillin Penny, Cover of the Rolling Stone, Freaker's Ball spring to mind...:ok:

chuks
18th Sep 2005, 11:43
'Kinko the Clown' is my favorite.

Someone who can get a laugh out of a song about a pederastic child killer is truly weird, yes.

I think he's mining the same vein of humor as Tom Lehrer, just taking it all a bit further. I wonder what Professor Lehrer makes of Weird Al.

Ah! Seoul!
18th Sep 2005, 19:49
Heaving On A Jet Plane, by the Barron Knights.

Confabulous
18th Sep 2005, 20:46
Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson - untouchable!

Send Clowns
18th Sep 2005, 20:49
Half Man, Half Biscuit, probably their version of the Camblewick Green theme song, mostly 'cos I grew up watching that program.

sprocket
18th Sep 2005, 20:52
The pheasant pluckers song. A timeless masterpeice. :D

reynoldsno1
18th Sep 2005, 22:47
Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, and Albertos Y Los Trios Paranoias ....

16 blades
18th Sep 2005, 23:21
Weird Al - awesome. The video to 'Amish Paradise' needs to be seen! "Baby got jack! (I like small butts)" is my favourite.

Kevin Bloody Wilson - good in his time, but a bit samey - there's only so many times a singer saying 'c*nt' can be funny.

The Macc Lads - unbeatable for sheer crudeness! 'No sheep 'till Buxton' and 'Buenos Aires / Buenos Aires '90' are 2(3) of their best.

16B

rotated
18th Sep 2005, 23:22
Frank Zappa, RIP, did a few brilliant numbers... Titties and Beer, Camarillo Brillo and Dynamo Hum are old favorites that come to mind. Also an incredibly talented guitarist.