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All right, if you haven't had enough of the clever wit that brought you such classics as "The Old Man Is on the Commode," "Magic Comet Ride," "Middle Age Waistline," "Free as a Turd" and "Ass Hole Sun," line up for The Best of Twisted Tunes, Vol. 2, which brings you such Bob Rivers classics as "Hello I Love You (Let's Get Tested)," "I'm Just a Singer In a Holiday Inn," "What If God Smoke Cannabis?," "I Used to Rock 'N Rock All Night," "I'm a Weight Watcher," "How It Feels (To Be Old)," "Wrong Foot Amputated," "When a Man Loves a Chicken" and everyone's favorite, "Bowel Moves." Some people find this funny. Some don't.

Biography

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The morning-show DJ for Seattle's KISW, Bob Rivers began recording Weird Al-type song parodies in 1984 with the American Comedy Network's "Breaking Up Is Hard on You (Don't Take Ma Bell Away from Me)." Sung to the tune of Neil Sedaka's "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do," the track eased its way to number 70. He continued producing for the network, even while he switched stations from city to city. After writing the parody "Twisted Christmas" in 1987, Rivers recorded an album around the...
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  • $17.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music, Soundtrack
  • Released: 11 November 1997

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