Critical Mass Podcast #4 has arrived

Yes, you heard right, Critical Mass #4 is available here. Featuring Ian Woolf, hosting, Dave The Happy Singer, Alan Conradi and some drunken madguy-bloke-type-thing.

Music has become a touch more prominent in this edition, with contributions from Dave The Happy Singer, Baby Hammer Death, and Boxxy. There's also a lot of namedroppery, and many lulz.

Note: the Oxford Comma in the music sentence is there for a reason, just in case you think less of me.

So, anyway, the song halfway through is based on Adam Green's "Jessica" and was a first-take production of FlightPath Studios. Yes, it was my doing, one night not so long ago, very shortly after our visit to Toongabbie. Beer was not involved. Much. 

It's credited to "Baby Hammer Death", a name listeners of Critical Mass #3 may find... familiar.

When I provided it for the podcast I said I'd post the lyrics here for public consumption, just in case my the anonymous musician's nasal drawl was too indecipherable. And here they are.

The argument from inability to smell one's own brain
Lyrics: Jason Brown;  music: Adam Green; Performed by: Baby Hammer Death.

 
Anglican Pastor
Where have your brains gone?
They're not in your cranium, no
You know you can't see them
You can't even smell them
this must be a crushing blow
 
Anglican, Anglican Pastor
You've got it all wrong
Your fraudulent book
The way that you think it's
morality guide
 
Your logic's a shambles
your fallacious rambles, your logicless homilies
What's in the songbook?
No that's the wrong book
Get up from off your knees

Anglican, Anglican Pastor
You've got it all wrong
Your fraudulent book
The way that you think it's
biology guide
 
Archdeacon's a failure
The atheists nail yer
with logical argument
religion impedes you
theology feeds you
lies about firmament
 
Anglican, Anglican Pastor
You've got it all wrong
Your fraudulent book
the way that you think it's
reality guide
 
Anglican pastor
where have your brains gone?
They're not in your cranium, so where have they gone now
Anglican.....

Regular readers of the blog may already get the references. For those who don't, please check posts on our visit to Toongabbie Anglican Church and Archdeacon Narelle Jarret.

posted @ Friday, February 13, 2009 12:57 AM

 
 
 
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