Need proof a generation gap? Right after JoFo got done ripping this pirate Hip-Hop record apart her son discovered the discarded disc in the trash and loved it. See just how different mom and son see music in this special tag-team.
First up is JoFo, she gave it 1 star
Well after listening to this bizarre children's CDs, all I can say is, it's about f***in' time someone released an album for kids to help them indulge their f***in' curiosity about f***in' pirates.
The first song will remind you of a low rent Weird Al production, (that is, if he made niche albums for the 4,765 American English- speaking boys between the ages of 6 & 8 that think pirates are KOO(backwards L)!) I was just about to enrich one representative sample from that demographic slice of the population that I know personally, when all the sudden the gritty reality of pirate life & pirate vocabulary kicked in & I figured I better not. I don't wanna be responsible if his parents wash their kid's ears out with bleach! I mean, they won't let their kids watch Bambi cuz of the extreme, graphic violence, gratuitous deer sex & full skunkal nudity that movie is rife with!
OK, so I officially can't figure this one out. Who did he make this CD for? Not kids, clearly. What adults like pirates enough that they want to hear song after song about them? I give up, I need to pack.
Now is her son Thaddeus Von Symptomus Strychnine III, he gave it 5 stars
If SpongeBob Squarepants ever starts a career as a gangsta rapper, Captain Bob will then have some competition. For now he's safe.
I don't even like rap or hip hop, but I really like this CD. The lyrics are so hilarious, the idea so completely original, the concept so daring that this is a CD everyone should buy and listen to for those reasons alone. Even the music doesn't suck like I thought it would.
I am glad I got to review this, I am even more glad Cap't Dan made it and sent it AntiMusic. I'll be looking forward to his next one and hope my mom goes out of town that month too.