Thursday, June 19, 2008

"Hot Headed"

While it would’ve been a lot more fun searching images for an “Internet Porn” parody, the people have spoken, and John McCain has been declared the winner of the first 2008 Parody Poll. (You should know, however, I did come across some very disturbing McCain images which would’ve worked surprisingly well in an Internet Porn parody!!) As for those of you who didn’t vote at all, you are now stuck with the parody others have chosen and forfeit the right to complain about it. At least you won’t have to live with their decision for four years…


Does John McCain really have a bad temper? You bet your #!%$!#@!! a$$ he does!! They say music soothes the savage beast, but I don’t think everyone’s favorite septuagenarian presidential candidate will find this song very soothing…

Lyrics: Bruce Hopman Vocals: Ross Hopman
Music Edited by: Blast, NYC

"What Goes Up (& Up & Up)"

If the high price of gas has you singing the blues, you're not alone.
Here's a little ditty that will have you yearning for the good ol' days, when gas was just 3 bucks a gallon!!


Lyrics: Bruce Hopman Vocals: Ross Hopman

"Done, Done, Done"

The parody that asks the musical question, "How the hell is Hillary gonna pull this one off!?!?!" A comical commentary with a little bi-partisan bashing for everyone.


Lyrics: Bruce Hopman Vocals: Ross Hopman
Produced & Recorded at JSM Music, NYC

"The Wright Stuff"

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright meets the New Kids on the Block. It's a marriage made in musical parody heaven. We never had sermons like this at my temple. (Maybe it's because we're reformed?)


Lyrics: Bruce Hopman Vocals: Ross Hopman
Produced & Recorded at JSM Music, NYC

"Three's Company: NJ Style"

Like a fine wine, the sex-capades of New Jersey's Ex-Governor just get better with age. Now with three-way sex!! A musical parody, in three-part harmony.


Lyrics: Bruce Hopman Produced & Recorded at JSM Music, NYC

"Client #9"

An Eliot Spitzer song parody -- follow "The Luv Gov" as he travels from the State House to the Whore House.


Lyrics: Bruce Hopman Vocals: Ross Hopman
Produced & Recorded at JSM Music, NYC