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Album Review

Dirt! is refreshingly funny, lashing out at their fellow Canadian Celine Dion (featuring Stephen Fearing on guitar), the human products of the new economy ("Great to Be a Nerd" and "Log in to You"), the TV-watching male couch potato ("A Man Has Needs," a hilarious parody on polished hard rock à la Guns N' Roses), their homeland Canada ("Rocks and Trees"), and the Gaelic nostalgia ("The Gaelic Song"), as well as brainlessness itself ("Sponges"). Furthermore, there is also the usual tidbit of black humor ("Johnny Came Home Headless," with a completely new interpretation of the famous title line from "I Ain't Got Nobody") and a real hymn about a very important subject ("I Am Cow!!!!"), informing the attentive listener that "the ozone layer gets thinner/from the outcome of my dinner." All in all, Dirt! proved that the Arrogant Worms still had a firm grasp on the title of Canadian satirists number one.


Formed: 1991 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Arrogant Worms are not a conventional folk band; the witty and sometimes very black humor of their lyrics should entitle them to carry the title "Canada's secret weapon number one." In order to enjoy the full bandwidth of these "purveyors of the absurd and ambassadors of fun" (in their own words), it is absolutely necessary to have seen a live performance, as they are also perfect showmen, just listening to their recording does not prove sufficient. Whereas the humor of other acts usually becomes...
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