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Greatest Hits

Wesley Willis

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Simply put, Wesley Willis is god. If you have never heard of this man, he is a big black behemoth with chronic schizophrenia; when he's not cussing out the voices in his head, he is making music with his programmed keyboard or his heavy style band the Wesley Willis Fiasco. On this album, Wesley busts it out with almost all of the songs made up of the exact same music, just switching up the tempo, or the key, and adding in odd noises. Songs like "I Wupped Batman's Ass" and "Rock n Roll McDonalds" make this CD a must for everyone with a sense of humor. He has recorded over 30 albums in less than three years, each one absolutely hilarious. Go get this and be ready to "keep it groovin on the jet move."

Biography

Born: 31 May 1963 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Wesley Willis was a schizophrenic street singer who built up a small cult following with his bizarre, three-chord rants about trivial everyday items, music, and people he knew. Willis was discovered singing on the streets of Chicago in the early '90s. For the first part of the decade, several independently released tapes of his songs appeared, eventually followed by indie recordings of his albums. By 1995, he had gained the attention of several well-known musicians, including Smashing Pumpkins and...
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