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Laughter Is A Powerful Weapon Vol. 1

by Funny Musicians For A Serious Cause

The Very Best Comedy Musicians come together on this charity album to benefit the Twin Towers Orphans Fund. "Buy this, and you'll feel better in a thousand ways, and have some amazing songs to play for your friends." - Dr. Demento
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gentleman A - The Four Postmen
3:35 album only
2. I Married Momma - Barnes & Barnes
2:17 album only
3. You're My Twin - Bill Larkin
3:38 album only
4. 2 Hot 4 U (Part II)
1:58 album only
5. Please Do Something Stupid (Live) - Carla Ulbrich
3:20 album only
6. 908-4-6553 - Cab City Combo
3:10 album only
7. Understanding Blues - Dan Hart
3:51 album only
8. Regurgitation Ridge - Enid Schwartz
1:24 album only
9. Ode To Mrs. Grass Chicken Noodle Soup (Live) - the great Luke Sk
4:23 album only
10. Men's Health Magazine (Live) - Rob Paravonian
2:24 album only
11. Gasoline Angels - Grant Livingston
4:10 album only
12. The House Made of Underpants - Hot Waffles
3:42 album only
13. Dave Matthews (Intro) - Throwing Toasters
0:31 album only
15. When Cats Take Over The World - Jamie Anderson
3:40 album only
16. Laurie, Laurie - Power Salad
2:58 album only
17. Oh No - Phil Van Tee
1:54 album only
18. Lando (Live) - raymond & scum
2:24 album only
19. Toenails (Live at Dementia 2001) - Kornflake
2:34 album only
20. Rhetorical Questions - Tony Goldmark
5:24 album only


Album Notes
**Volume 2 is now out! Go Get it At: **

The comedy music community has come together in support of the victims of the events of September 11. Believing that laughter is indeed good medicine, we offer an hour of humorous music and spoken comedy as a temporary salve for our collective emotional wounds, and as an opportunity to channel funds to where they are most desperately needed - the victims and their families in New York and Washington, DC.

Conceived and headed up by Grant Baciocco of the Los Angeles-based comedy band Throwing Toasters, with production by Chris Mezzolesta of Power Salad, LAUGHTER IS A POWERFUL WEAPON will directly benefit the victims of the attacks via donations to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund. By working directly with the Fund and establishing a holding account for funds received by Funny Musicians in trust for the Fund, we are assuring that absolutely 100% of all monies received will go to those who need it, so you can buy with confidence.

Many of the artists on the compact disc have been featured on the nationally-syndicated "Dr. Demento Show", and we sincerely appreciate all of the artists' generosity in donating the songs to the project and to the cause. Liner Notes written by Dr. Demento.

$10 of each $14 sale here on CDBaby will go to the Twin Towers Orphans Fund.



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Joe Crowe

Good, funny stuff!
A great idea, a great cause, and some very funny stuff. A favorite is "Lando."

John Richeson

Hard to review
This albumn is hard to review. It is hard to type when you are rolling on the floor laughing in the House of Underpants. Or seeing visions of Gasoline Angels bring you Mrs. Grass Chicken Soup.
I gotta go! Cats are taking over the world and my PC.


Awesome CD for an Awesome Cause
All of the songs on this CD are funny. I would reccomend this to any fan of Funny music.


Very Amusing Stuff
This is a great compilation of humorous music by some fabulous artists.


Have a good time helping a worthy cause
If you are trying to get an idea of what the current comedy music scene is like, this CD gives a good overview. The quality of the songs is a little uneven, but overall the CD is a good, and funny, listening experience.

It was conceived as a way to raise funds to benefit the victims of 9/11 and so you are both helping charity as well as discovering some funny artists. But the CD stands on its own, and would be worth buying even if you weren't interested in contributing to a worthy cause.