Musical Comedy Parody Album + Music Videos
- Creative Input + Writer (Lyrics)
- Album Artwork (Illustrator + Photoshop)
- Video Production + Graphics (After Effects)
- Shooting + Editing (Premiere Pro)
The First Album from America's Comedy Sweethearts
The first album from Skippy McLizard, namely musical genius Joe Hanish and me, helping where I can. Produced over the course of about 2 years at the cost of many hours, I consider it amazingly successful and responsible for spawning the "Skippy Ethos" of relentless forward progress.
I'm clearly not completely unbiased, but I believe it to be an excellent comedy parody album, and an absolute must-have for any fan of the genre.
With a couple true-to-the-original-yet-given-a-new-twist covers (The Gap Band's "You Dropped a Bomb on Me" and Travis Tritt's "Here's a Quarter"), a couple of popular song parodies ("Gro-Rida" parodying Flo-Rida's "Low" and "Warcrack (Peein' in a Bottle)" taking on Timbaland's "Give it to Me"), some epically awesome comedy song classics-to-be (the amaing pot-smoker's anthem "Flight 420", the construction-as-sex-metaphor "Boom Operator", and the distaff "Girls Play WoW"), plus all sorts of other silliness and ninja yells, this album is great for anyone with a funny bone, who doesn't mind a bit of swearing and innappropriate behavior from time to time.
If you're look to add a bit of depth to the proceedings, you can't go wrong with the "Triology of Sorrow" song series, spanning across the upbeat "We Can All Get F'd Up", the depressing "Sleeping in a Honda", and completing with the redemptive "Time to Change," or learn a bit more about the core spiritual concept of Sama, Dana, Beda, Danda with the supremely hard-rocking "Sama," which should be taught in every religious studies course in the world. Yes, the world!
So far the album has spawned a very successful video for "Warcrack (Peein' in a Bottle)," which is slowly wending its way toward a million views on YouTube. Several more videos are eventually planned, should the wherewithal become available... specifically "Gro-Rida," "Trilogy of Sorrow," and the all-time epic "Flight 420" (we dream, oh, we dream.)
Check out the entire album below via these very nifty players, or go pick it up on iTunes (Secret Ninja - Skippy McLizard) for a very reasonable price. I gurantee you'll laugh at least once (offer not valid if you are dead inside.) Obviously, this is very NSFW / Parental Advisory / Mature Audiences, so don't go blasting it at work and then get mad at us when you get fired by the uptight human resources guy. Listen, enjoy, and then buy the thing so we can eat. Thanks!