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You Want Some of This?

Jon Lajoie

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Album Review

Famous for his YouTube spoofs of gangster rap acts, Canadian comedian and singer/songwriter Jon Lajoie is one of the few Internet sensations to make the transition to the mainstream music industry. His debut album, You Want Some of This?, named after the catch phrase of his heavy-bearded overweight friend Steve, includes 17 of his most popular sketches, including original rap parodies based on his mundane daily activities (the two-part "Everyday Normal Guy") and humorous tracks about Santa Claus, Britney Spears, and stay-at-home dads. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

lajoie for prseident

most of his songs are funny as hell like everyday normal guy, show me your g******s, high as f**k, sunday afternoon, and a lot of others ones ae good to im just diappointed that they don't have the B*****d break up one and 2. overall he's cheesy but he is one of my all time fav's i strongly recomend him

I dont no what to say

your the man. nuff said.

Funny, if repetitive.

Jon Lajoie's debut album "You Want Some of This?" takes some of his greatest hits from the Internet, some of his not-so-great hits from the Internet, and some new material, and it actually makes for a shockingly enjoyable listen. Though Lajoie tends to fall back on sexual humor, he generally has a greater purpose. In Show Me Your G******s, Jon takes on the guise of MC V****a, the quintessential bad white rapper, and openly degrades women while endorsing his own sexual performances. In instances such as these, the overt sexuality in the lyrics is actually useful to the song. However, in tracks such as "The Phone Call" and "Too Fast," the sexual humor can seem forced and superfluous. Jon Lajoie is at his best in songs like "Pop Song" and "Everyday Normal Guy," in which his tone is more relaxed and his humor is more balanced. And while some of the songs--okay, fine, most of the songs--are probably more vulgar than they need to be, it's generally done well. I would recommend this album.

You Want Some of This?, Jon Lajoie
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 30, 2009
  • Parental Advisory

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