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An album by Richard Cheese, released in October, 2000. Richard manages to defang and send up a great number of the angsty, whiny songs with half-assed lyrics that have been popular with the alternative rock crowd. All songs on the album are cover songs, but done in the ridiculous style of a Vegas lounge act.

  1. Nookie/Break Stuff originally by Limp Bizkit
  2. Guerilla Radio originally by Rage Against the Machine
  3. Come Out and Play originally by the Offspring
  4. Closer originally by Nine Inch Nails
  5. Wrong Way originally by Sublime
  6. Bullet the Blue Sky originally by U2
  7. Creep originally by Radiohead
  8. Last Resort originally by Papa Roach
  9. Rape Me originally by Nirvana
  10. What's my Age Again? originally by Blink-182
  11. Smack My Bitch Up originally by Prodigy
  12. Fight for your Right originally by Beastie Boys
  13. I'm Only Happy When it Rains originally by Garbage
  14. Suck My Kiss originally by the Red Hot Chili Peckers
  15. Holiday in Cambodia originally by the Dead Kennedys
  16. The Rockafella Skank originaly by Fat Boy Slim

I'd recommend this CD to anyone who enjoys comic parody of popular music, or who enjoyed the Benzedrine Monks of Santo Demonica.

Particularly telling about this disc is his spoken intro to Creep. It goes something like this:

"You know folks, I was talking with my honey the other day. My Pablo Honey. I said to her, I said, 'Pablo Honey,' I said, I said, 'You go to my head. My Radiohead.' Ok, Computer!"

And then it it kicks in to a boogie-woogie version of the song. Complete with a whistle solo.

He also ends the song by screaming "Fitter, Happier, More Productive. A pig in a cage on antibiotics." Excellent touch.

Oh, yeah, he introduces Nirvana's Rape Me by saying, "Here's one for the ladies."

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