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Here Come The Billionaires

by Billionaires For Bush

Musical Political Satire - a wide selection of song parodies for marching band and choir sung by the wealthy corporations that own our government.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Billionaires For Bush
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2. Maquiladora
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1:44 album only
3. Prison Cells
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3:02 album only
4. Piece Of The Forest
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2:31 album only
5. Let's Buy Pacifica
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1:22 album only
6. Missile Defense
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7. The Merger
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8. We're Enron
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9. Rest Easy Wealthy Gentlemen
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10. My DNA
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11. Toys For The World
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12. (Hey George, Hey George) Repeal The Tax
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13. America The Bountiful
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14. Special Bonus In Your Face Promo Track
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Billionaires for Bush Minister of Musical Manipulation, Felonius Ax comes from a long line of Timber Barons, but unlike his twin brother Heinus, who joined the family business and permanently denuded large swatches of Oregon and Northern California, young Felonius heard music in the buzz of chainsaws and the crashing down of old-growth redwoods. He got his professional start working at the Prevara/Cates PR firm where his "Double-Wrapped, Triple Zapped" jingle for Nuke Chops™ (the delicious line of irradiated pork chops with the built-in disposable microwave unit) put him on the map. He made his first billion dollars when he bought the rights to "Good Morning To You" and convinced a Bush-appointed appellate judge to award him the entire fortune generated by "Happy Birthday To You" since the Hill Sisters 'claimed' to have written it in 1893. Having learned the lesson that people can be persuaded to do just about anything if you set their toes a-tapping, Mr. Ax decided to parlay his penchant for musical manipulation into political activism with the Billionaires for Bush campaign. He now applies his talents to selling ordinary people on an economic agenda that only benefits the super-rich. When not composing and arranging, Mr. Ax enjoys long soulful walks through areas that have been clear cut bare of topsoil.


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