#1
mcdonald's is a place where they go to eat
they go there to listen to the rock music
it is a good place to get down to the rock music
#3
Dunno why this is here, but I'll play along. Birdman Wupped my Ass is one of the funniest songs I've ever heard.

I feel a little guilty listening to him sometimes, though. I read a review of some documentary made about him, and it sounds like people are laughing at him, not with him. I can't tell if I'm doing that or not my own self.
#4
I was at a LAN party one of my friends hosted... it was about 5 in the morning and they stumbled upon his site at Alternative Tenticles. They were playing "Jello Biafra", which woke me up from a COD4 induced coma. I swore the guy was singing "Jello, the opera."
I'm not sure if I'd call him punk... maybe just crazy...
#6
to ts, did you just watch supersize me? Thats how i was introduced to his music, watching that movie in gym class, I knew the first thing i did when I got home would look for a tab on the internet so I could cover it, all I could find is bass though, dont think there is actually guitar in it.

I also think cut the mullet, i whupped batmans ass, birdman kicked my ass, suck my dogs dick, and i smoke weed are great songs by him.
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Its not about the Radio its about talent, the front man has a bigger vocal range than Micheal Jackson and he can sing from heavey metal to high pitched ...No.12 on the top 20 under rated guitarists of ALL TIME...etc

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#7
oh and i didnt know wesley willis was considered punk, but warhellrides sound pretty punk.
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