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Morality Rock

by Morality Rock

President Bush speaking backwards, accompanied by rock, jazz, folk, reggae, and techno grooves.
Genre: Spoken Word: Song Parody
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1. Satan
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2. Men
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3. Women
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4. Grammas
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5. Cincinnati
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6. Marijuana
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7. War
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Morality Rock was inspired by the subliminal backward messages in the speeches of United States President George W. Bush. Experimental rock/jazz/folk musician M. Rock plays electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitar, drums, synthesizers, and does all the mixing, while President Bush contributes backwards utterances on such topics as Satan, homosexuality, heterosexuality, marijuana, and more. Hilarious political irony, with some nice guitar work and a solid groove.


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Seattleguitarman

Finally a good use of the Bush pea-brain
This is a frontier-venturing work of art. Most artists are content with sampled drums to then lay down the groove. M Rock instead takes inspiration from the Bush administration's killing machine and integrates the sounds of the weapons of war to kick out the beat. Not since Hendrix ripped it up on the Star Spangled Banner have we had such a thoughtful juxtapostion.

In addition to W rappin' bout who knows what, M Rock lays down some tasty guitar grooves. If only Laura played the Bass they could go on the road and the world would be a happier place for all.

M Rock's website also has some wacky, almost spooky revelations for the inspiration of this masterwork.