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Jasongs | Brain Jam 2: Think Again

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Brain Jam 2: Think Again

by Jasongs

This sequel promises to be an enjoyable follow-up, twice as funny, two times more entertaining and double the fun for the whole family - proving that “two heads are better than one.”
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  Song Share Time Download
1. We Are a Song
2:39 $0.99
2. Monkeys
3:34 $0.99
3. Respect the Position
2:19 $0.99
4. Let's Eat (Comamos)
3:34 $0.99
5. Small Somethings
4:16 $0.99
6. Cruise
3:03 $0.99
7. It's So Dark
3:11 $0.99
8. Explore, Baby!
4:16 $0.99
9. I Hate Pollution
2:49 $0.99
10. Fantasy
3:48 $0.99
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Album Notes
Once again, Jasongs has produced a powerhouse of an album. But, if you’re ready for more of the same, “think again”. Some of you may be of “two minds” about the songs. Some may like the lyrics while others the music. That’s fine.
Whatever the case, you’ll “think twice” before popping this one out of your CD player. In fact, listen to the original “Brain Jam” and “Brain Jam 2” back to back and you’ll have a “double-header”.

Song stories:

We Are a Song: This song is about how people can exist harmoniously. We all play a part. (Even if some of us are out of tune.)

Monkeys: Everybody’s favorite topic these days. Sung by the world-renowned scientist, Professor Gizmo Q. Thorndike. (With some help from his colleagues.)

Respect the Position: Police and firefighters provide a vital service. Here’s a rockin’ number in honor of their hard work.

Let’s Eat: Comamos: Hungry for some Spanish food? Why not learn a little Spanish in the meantime? Bueno!

Small Somethings: Think about all the zillions of little atoms, molecules and cells that make us what we are. Get ready for an anatomy lesson.

Cruise: Sometimes you just want to have fun. Let’s face it. A cruise is a spectacular way to do that. Next time you find yourself on deck, you'll be humming this one.

It’s So Dark: Are you afraid of the dark? Boo! This song will shed some light on that subject.

Explore, Baby!: Meet Robot Sam. He is your tour guide to the world of exploration. You may start dancing along the way.

I Hate Pollution: Who doesn’t? This protest song will raise consciousness in a hilarious way.

Fantasy: Our imagination can take us to far away places. But sometimes reality is not so bad.

There’s the line-up. WARNING: You may find yourself singing along, dancing around the room, and laughing until your brain hurts.


Jason & Elaine Arvanites



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Jeff Martin

Excellent production with an ear for what kid's like. Good use of repetition but without being irritating. The songs that stand out to me are "Monkeys", "I Hate Pollution"
(Good accents by the way) and "Explore, Baby!"

This guy is one crazy monkey. Too funny.
Listening to it made me want to go back to the first "Brain Jam" all over again. Good stuff!

Gary Alt - cdbaby.com/garyaltfriends

Now that I've listened to Brain Jam II a couple of times, I feel qualified to comment on it briefly. I'm not sure if I like it better than the first one. I was kinda partial to Wash Your Hands. Anyway, I think my favorites are I Hate Pollution and Explore, Baby! What I get a kick out of with the pollution song is the Scotsman-Dylan-Keanu Reeves-Vinnie Babarino treatment. Putting that over that rock beat is a really cool idea. I like the words too. Explore has some really cool use of bass - although I don't usually like songs that are essentially spoken rather than song, I think this one works.

Martin Wolfenden

Really enjoyed it.
As the editor of the other Brainjam (which is a website that's been going since 2000 just in case anybody suspects plagarism) I was given this album by a friend. I chuckled a great deal and now have it on my iPod.