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Original Works

Artist: She’s My Dad
Title:Rambo, John J.
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A catchy modern-rock tune that was an extension of Bobby’s highly popular poem & review about the character made legendary by Sylvester Stallone.


Artist: Black Debbie
Title:Fishburnes
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An upbeat, cabaret-style piece dedicated to the man who showed Morpheus is more than a dead-in-the-water file-sharing application: Laurence Fishburne.


Artist: Black Debbie
Title:Pootie Tang
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When this piece was first presented to me, TB warned me with the following: “Some efforts are a labour of love. This was a labour of liquor.”


Artist: Good Lord and the Zombies
Title:The Untitled Zombie Project
(Instrumental with Samples)
During a month-long Halloween celebration of Zombies, we unveiled this piece of techno glory.


Artist: Cookie Roger
Title:Johnny Grasso
(Instrumental with Samples)
A piece highlighting two of the most disturbing scenes in Todd Solondz’s Happiness, underscored by a beautifully simplistic synthesizer riff.


Artist: Bird Mountain
Title:Rambo, John J.
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A second version of the classic Rambo song inspired by Bobby’s poem. This is the original, raw, stripped-down version of the tune.


Music Composed by Others

Artist: Mr. T
Title:Treat Your Mother Right
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A lovely reminder from Mr. T that we should love our mothers. Originally appeared in the educational video “Be Somebody…or Be Somebody’s Fool.


Artist: Pac-Man
Title:Pac-Man’s Magic Land
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A song about dreaming and imagination from the world’s most famous dot-muncher. From 1982’s “The Pac Man Album”, released as a picture disc by Kid Stuff Records.


Artist: Pac-Man
Title:I’m Number 1
Lyrics coming soon
Pac-Man gets a bit braggadocios in this self-sung number. From 1982’s “The Pac Man Album”, released as a picture disc by Kid Stuff Records.


Artist: Pac-Man
Title:Turning Blue
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If you didn’t know this was from a Pac-Man record, you might just assume it was some lesser new wave band. From 1982’s “The Pac Man Album”, released as a picture disc by Kid Stuff Records.

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