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Revolution 10

by Gomer Hendrix

Revolution 10 is the first political parody album from Gomer Hendrix. Get it on Google Play for $5.49 by copying this link https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bzdaejuw4vqwn7arridhi3z3nvq&tid=song-Tkxstxikeohrj6goww6mvcooltu&hl=en
Genre: Rock: Comedy Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lonesome Cowboy
5:06 album only
2. Healthcare Healthcare
5:06 album only
3. Here Comes the Rain Cure
5:39 album only
4. Megachurch
3:36 album only
5. Revolution 10
4:00 album only
6. Bad Hair Day
4:04 album only
7. Paris Hilton
4:13 album only
8. Shazzam
5:53 album only
9. Prince Loves Himself
4:19 album only
10. When a Man Becomes a Woman
4:25 album only


Album Notes
The first cut is a rocker entitled Lonesome Cowboy, a song about the proverbial "bad boy" that women seem to go for. Next up is Healthcare Healthcare which is a parody pointing out how lame our health care system is... get leeches or jump off a cliff if you get sick. Here Comes the Rain Cure another parody mash-up of two songs at once. Megachurch was crafted to point out the Catholic way to get to heaven. Revolution 10 the title cut parody about the condition of our economy. Then Gomer does an older song written way back - before Weird Al's album by the same name, yet never released until now - Bad Hair Day - a catchy not just blues song about a terrible issue. Shazzam is a parody Gomer's wanted to do for some time, and finally got it together here. Then it's on to someone Gomer feels is Way Too Full of himself. The title says it all, as does his JW Bible that says only 144,000 make it into Heaven. The final cut was inspired by a bass player friend who simply wrote this title onto a set list on a live gig. Thanks Bill Brady. Gomer also welcomes back Sal D'Amato on drums.



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