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And They Say I've Got Talent

by Tom Smith

Cutting-edge satire, dark fantasy, warm fuzzies, and the usual barrage of puns, in every musical style from folk-rock to techno to lullaby to polka. "One of our great wordsmiths today." - Dr. Demento
Genre: Spoken Word: Musical Comedy
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1. And They Say I've Got Talent
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5:22 $0.99
2. Howie's Norvegian Bluess
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2:49 $0.99
3. Happy Conception Day
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1:18 $0.99
4. Trans Poly U Fight Song
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2:03 $0.99
5. The Illuminati Polka
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2:27 $0.99
6. Dark Country
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7. The Ballad Of Rupert
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4:06 $0.99
8. Bullet Time
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9. The Great Moonwolf Trap
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10. A Dragon's Lullaby
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2:43 $0.99
11. Rock Me Amidala
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12. Talk Like A Pirate Day
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13. Rich Fantasy Lives
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14. Denouement
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15. Bonus Track: Intro
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16. Bonus Track: This Ain't Over Yet
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Album Notes
And They Say I\'ve Got Talent (5:20)
Dedicated to the utter lack of musical talent, charisma, and originality exhibited by modern-era \"divas\", in particular the one whose name rhymes with Canessa Varlton

Howie\'s Norvegian Bluess (2:47)
For Howard (\"The Birdie Song\") Harrison, the only tall Black guy I know who says \"Eh?\"

Happy Conception Day (1:16)
A warm and cuddly greeting from the Republic of Gilead

Trans Poly U Fight Song (2:01)
Victory march for mad scientist school Transylvania Polygnostic University, from Phil Foglio\'s comic Girl Genius

The Illuminati Polka (2:25)
You are not authorized to listen to this song

Dark Country (5:23)
Inspired by Gary Cole as Sheriff Lucas Buck from the TV series American Gothic

The Ballad Of Rupert (4:04)
Not your father\'s nonconformist-stands-tall song... at least, I don\'t THINK so

Bullet Time (3:38)
Inspired by the computer games Max Payne and Max Payne 2 (the game\'s \"gimmick\" is \"bullet time\", which slows down the action, all Matrixy-like, so the player can aim better and dodge gunfire)

The Great Moonwolf Trap (4:53)
No, that\'s not really Michael Longcor on this song, but I did sing it for him and he likes it (phew)

A Dragon\'s Lullaby (2:40)
Written for Grant Akira Johnson and his parents Doug and Christy

Rock Me Amidala (3:54)
From the soundtrack of the independent film Saving Star Wars

Talk Like A Pirate Day (5:34)
Arrr! Happy September 19th ta Cap\'n Slappy, Ol\' Chumbucket, an\' Jezebel the Webwench

Rich Fantasy Lives (3:40)
Words by Rob Balder, creator of the online comic Partially Clips

Denouement (:40)
Of all the tracks on the album, this one is probably the last


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