My latest song "Mandalorian" now has a music video! Check it out over on YouTube, and be sure to give it a like and share it with your friends.
The song is a parody of "Method Man" by Wu-Tang Clan and is available now on The FuMP Volume 84.
New Poll: What are my top 50 songs?
December 29, 2020
For years Luke Ski has done a Top 50 where he asks his fans what are his 50 best songs. I've always been curious about mine but never bothered to set up a poll about it...
...until now! BWAHAHAH!!!
Head over to tiny.cc/devospice50 and simply select all your favorite songs from all of my releases. It should only take a minute or two. I'll tabulate the results at the end of January and report back my findings.
Select as many songs from each album as you like. If you haven't heard a song or album just skip it. This isn't a hardcore double-blind scientific study or anything. This poll does not include any of the Sudden Death songs. (I can do a separate poll for those if there is interest in such a thing.) I also removed any duplicates and guest appearances, so some of the bonus albums appear to be missing a few tracks.
Thanks! I'm looking forward to the results!
"WAPC (Wet-Ass Pussy Cat)" #4 Song on Dr. Demento
December 28, 2020
I am thrilled to report that my Cardi B parody "WAPC (Wet-Ass Pussy Cat)" came in as the 4th most requested song of the year on The Dr. Demento Show for 2020!
Thank you so much to everyone who requested the song!
The song took the #1 slot in August's countdown and the #2 slot in September. I do still plan to make a video for this song...somehow, so please stay tuned for that.
Same Stupid Music, Lower Stupid Prices!
November 22, 2020
I've decided to lower the prices on all my albums and merchandise.
I realized recently that while I still buy CDs and other formats for albums I want to own I almost never actually listen to them. Instead, I just queue up the album on Spotify and listen there because it's easier. Even for me, CDs are less valuable than they once were. To that end I realized I should probably lower my prices if I ever want to free up room in my basement and maybe even pay off what I invested in making them. So, I've done just that! Going forward all my albums are just $10!
This includes all my current releases as well as the older ones, and pretty much everything that is still taking up space in my basement. My latest album The Anarchist's Jokebook, which contains Dr. Demento's #1 song of 2019 "Spider Verses" is now just $9.99. Herp Derp Ya Don't Sterp is also $9.99. I Am The Doctor? You guess it! $9.99! Rhythms from the Crypt? Well that one's $14.99, but it's a double album, so you get twice the music. It's two CDs for the price of one and a half!
If you are one of the millions of people who don't already own everything I have released please head over to my store today and pick something up. Remember, the life you save just may be your own. (Is that the right slogan to use here? I'm not sure.)
You may have heard of the controversial new song "WAP" by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion that is blowing everything up right now. If you haven't it's... highly explicit to say the least. It's a sex-positive anthem that is making the rounds and pissing off people who don't believe women should enjoy sex.
My brain immediately went "what can I do with this?" because that's what it does. After bouncing a few ideas around in my head I chuckled when I realized I could keep the same "wet-ass pussy" theme of the song and just change it to be about attempting to bathe a cat. And a parody was born.
This song is available as a free download right now from The FuMP. Check it out!
I've been working from home since mid-March and, coronavirus aside, I like working from home. One day I said "All I wanna do is stay home and Zoom..." and this parody popped into my mind. Big thank yous to the great Luke Ski and Insane Ian for joining this Zoom party with me, plus Linzilla for the sax, and Shoebox for the "come on!"
Luke Ski and I were guests on a recent episode of The Weird Alphabet Podcast, a show where the hosts spend an entire show talking about one particular "Weird Al" Yankovic song at a time, alphabetically, from his discography.
It took a while to get us on because we had to wait until they got all the way to W for "White and Nerdy." Luke and I discuss not only that song (which is one of my favorites, by the way), plus comedy-rap in general, and other related topics. We talked for an eternity but they managed to get the episode down to a manageable hour and change.