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Touch It

by Raymond And Scum

It's comedy rock, baby. If you're like us, you've been painfully searching for songs about Jeff Goldblum, Lando Calrissian, 15 year old obsessive fans, strippers, surf monsters and Demi Moore. Well, the search is over, my friend. The search is over.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Carnival Girl
3:38 $0.99
2. Amy
3:22 $0.99
3. Lando
2:39 $0.99
4. Sweet Little Stripper
4:14 $0.99
5. Demi Moore
2:58 $0.99
6. It Sucks To Be Me
3:58 $0.99
7. Touch It
3:53 $0.99
8. Does This Make Me Gay?
3:03 $0.99
9. Her Heart Belongs To Goldblum
4:26 $0.99
10. Carola's Song
4:55 $0.99
11. Surf Monster, U.S.A.
2:23 $0.99
12. (Nobody Loves The) Comedy Band
8:47 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
When Matthew Dunn and Jeff Smith met in junior high, they made a pact: they would become a frickin' awesome comedy rock duo by the time the 21st century rolled around. And now, that 7th grade dream lives and breaths as Raymond & Scum. The team performs their catchy, off the wall songs at comedy clubs, colleges and conventions all over the country and their YouTube videos have been viewed by tens of thousands. They have been featured regularly on the nationally syndicated Dr. Demento show and in 2007, they were founding members of the Funny Music Project (www.thefump.com), a web site that has posted 500+ free comedy music downloads and has been called "the greatest thing to happen to funny music since Al got Weird" by Dr. Demento himself. The same year, Raymond & Scum's zombie-themed love song, "Nothing's Gonna Tear Us Apart", appeared on the soundtrack of the internationally distributed comedy/horror film "Stupid Teenagers Must Die!" In 2011, the band made their 11th consecutive performance at the annual B.O.R.E.D. Tour, the world's longest running comedy music festival.



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Derwood Bowen

For a bunch of amateurs, this is pretty decent
I understand this CD is compiled just from whatever hit these guys minds. I think that this CD is pretty funny from a couple of teenagers. It features some pretty wild rockin' tunes with all sorts of topics that are pretty much fitting.


Just like a fart
This CD reminds me of a fart that unexpectedly came upon me in the elevator at work one day. It was louder than I thought it would be, yet it didn't stink as much as I expected. A+


My baby all grown up and made a 5 Star CD!
If the good Lord himself were to come down and make a comedy CD, it would never come near the magnitude of excellence that "Touch It" is. Only those that can truly appreciate the finer things in life should purchase this CD. Although I must say, the poor and downtrodden will enjoy it much like they enjoy Jimmy the Junky's watches down at 3rd and Fairfax. Buy this CD now! Yeah, I'm talking to you the fat guy sitting in his underwear at his computer wondering how he ended up at this page instead of the usually hot plate porn he's come accustomed to. This CD has a nice beat and you can dance to it.


My Favorite Comedy CD of 2003!!! (Hey, that rhymes)
This healthy mix of rock and comedy is the most enjoyable listening expirience this year... and lets face it... we're 9 months into the year. I am even prepared to say I enjoyed it more than Weird Al's new release! The 5-year wait was worth it and I eagerly anticipate a sophomore album. If you don't buy this CD you are missing out on one of my favorite albums!!!

Grant Baciocco, Comedy Rock God

I was not paid to make this claim.
On Friday, January 25, 2002 I got home from work about 3:30 PM. I walked in, threw down my keys and went to change into my "running" clothes.

I had a daily habit of walking down to the post office, checking for any Throwing Toasters mail and then going for a nice long run. It had been a month since Christmas and I was looking forward to my runs more and more because of the brand new iPod Santa had bought me!

On this day though, I had a mission. I was off to mail the Master CD and payment check the CD Duplicator for LAUGHTER IS A POWERFUL WEAPON (http://www.funnymusicians.com)

The walk to the post office was uneventful. The line at the post office was long, but I had my trusty iPod, so all was right with the world.

After the package was mailed, I headed off for the run. The southern California sky was blue. It was probably a little chilly as it was winter. I'm going to say a nippy 75-80?F (our So. Cal winters can be brutal! Why yesterday it dipped to 70?F! I had to put on long pants!)

The birds were singing, not that I could tell as I was rocking out to my iPod. Then, about halfway through my run, it happened. I stepped on a seed pod from a Liquid Amber tree, twisted my ankle and promptly broke it.

I had to limp home on my ankle, then spend the rest of that Friday evening waiting to get treated in the ER of the local Hospital.

So, you can imagine, that it was with a bit of fear, I stepped out my door on Saturday, January 25, 2003 to go on my run. Now, I had been on runs since (I began running again in about July or August), but this was the 1 year anniversary.

I took a deep breath, walked out into the sunshine. Everything was eerily similar to that day a year ago. I had a package to mail. It was 75-80?F, I had my iPod. I thought I may be jinxing myself. But, I went on with it.

I'm happy to say I was able to complete the run WITHOUT BREAKING MY LEG!

As I sat, wheezing on my front porch, as those of us who are 'doughy' tend to do after any physical activity, I tried to think about what I had done different this time that made me make it back in one piece.

Sure, I had watched out for seed pods the entire run. That could have been it. But then I looked at my iPod's screen. The final chords of raymond & scum's NOBODY LOVES THE COMEDY BAND from their new CD TOUCH IT were just fading into silence. That's when i realized. I didn't break
my leg because I had Matt and Jeff from raymond & scum there with me, the whole time.

Can TOUCH IT from raymond & scum keep you from breaking your leg? Maybe. There's only one way to find out.

Go To www.TouchItCD.com and order a copy for yourself.

Grant Baciocco
Comedy Rock God
Throwing Toasters

P.S. I was not paid to make this claim.

Chris Waffle

Easily the best comedy CD of 2003 so far.
Hey gang,

I just wanted to post a quick note to all of you to check out Raymond & Scum's new CD, "Touch It". I received my copy and I must say that it is easily the best comedy CD of 2003 so far. And I'm not just saying that because I dropped my bass guitar stylings on the songs. Although that helped a lot...

What I'm trying to say is, go to www.touchitcd.com and check this CD out. It's sure to set the dementia world on fire!

My personal favorites:

1. (Nobody Loves The) Comedy Band - A monster rock ballad version of the R&S classic. A must have for anyone who has ever tried their hand at comedy music...and the people who love them.

2. Lando - Finally, the man who sold out that dumb cracker Han Solo and destroyed the Death Star WITHOUT the use of the force, gets his own song. I think R&S paid Billy Dee Williams 20 bucks and 40oz of Colt 45 to make a cameo appearance on this song.

3. Does This Make Me Gay? - I don't know how to describe this song, but it's made me feel things I've never felt before. (Listen for the special shout out to "Crazy" Jay!)

Actually, I love all the songs, and you will too. Or my name isn't Grant Baciocco. (Who also appears on the album!)

That is all. Remember, www.touchitcd.com. It is waiting for you.

Much Love,

Chris Waffle


Well worth the money!
This is a hard-rocking, really funny CD. The music on "Does This Make Me Gay?" is top-notch, and the lyrics on all the songs are quite demented. (I LIKE that in a CD!) I would definitely buy more music from these guys.