||Gop Party Monsters CD (2008) |
Lammers songs Dubblya says: "Do you miss me yet?" .... NO!!! But it's always Bush Bashing Season! Wayne Lammers and Pete Levin offer up this hilarious set that carries a deep message. Totally eclectic stylewise, each song gets individual treatment. The set opens with a stirring march performed by a cast of thousands (OK, 50 maybe) singing a stirring tribute based on Bush's infamous "Mission Accomplished" speech. In "Sorry", Donald Rumsfeld jumps on the apologizing bandwagon set in motion by Richard Clarke. Rush Limbaugh sings about the glories of his drug addiction in "My Drugs Are Red, White and Blue". Later in the set, he decides modernize his image, becoming his alter-ego, rap artist Rush Dogg. A hopping Jerry Lee Lewis styled rocker "Do The Chickenhawk" celebrates the new dance that's sweeping the nation. 'Mister Morality' William Bennett does a swinging stage show (and starts to sound suspiciously like Rodney Dangerfield) in "Outrageous In Vegas". There's even a bogus 30 second commercial for the now defunct airline, Enron Air, "Up Yours And Away". With music, keyboards, arrangements and orchestrations by Pete Levin, and words and lead vocals by Wayne Lammers, many of the songs on the CD have been featured on Al Franken's Air America Radio talk show.
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