We are kicking off Halloween month with a spooky tune that continues in Luke Ski's tradition of doing song parodies performed as an impersonation of a character from something in pop-culture. This time around he is portraying Scratch the ghost from the hilarious Disney Channel (and Disney+) animated TV series "The Ghost And Molly McGee", to the tune of Janis Joplin's version of "Me and Bobby McGee".
It's worth noting that Luke was inspired to write and record a demo this song back in April when he was asked to be a guest on Chandler Desrochers' Disney TV Animation themed podcast, "The Podcast Without A Cool Acronym", when his special guests were the creators of "The Ghost And Molly McGee", Bill Motz and Bob Roth, to talk about the Season 1 finale. They both got a kick out of the song, and Luke made plans to release a proper finished studio version of it, so here it is, just in time for all the grim grinning ghosts to come out and socialize. Chandler also made an excellent MUSIC VIDEO for the song using clips from the show which can be seen on YouTube.
Music, spooky sounds, and final mix by Steve Goodie
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The FuMPFest 2023 T-shirt is now available for pre-order! If you are attending FuMPFest you can pick up your t-shirt there and we will refund your shipping charges after the event. If not, the shirt will be shipped to you afterwards.
This t-shirt features a 6-color print of a design created by Devo's wife Jen inspired by guest of honor Ogden Edsl's debut album. The shirt will be available in sizes Small thru 4x. Pre-order now to ensure we have your size.
Father/Son Comedy Rap Group Knuckleheadz new album "Lunchables For Breakfast" has arrived! Knuckleheadz (consisting of Illbotz' Stevie D and his son Grandmaster Jax) have been recording ridiculous songs together now for 7 years (since Jax was 3 years old!) Many of their songs have been featured on the FuMP and the Dr. Demento show! Their song "Peed In My Pants" ended up being the #1 song on the Dr. Demento Show in 2021 with 2 other songs making his Top 10 of that year. "Lunchables For Breakfast," their 3rd and most recent album features Dr. Demento himself as well as MC Lars! Stones Throw artist Stimulator Jones produced the album! It features songs such as "Let's Be Pirates," "Get Puppies, Get Kittens (feat. MC Lars)," "Brush Your Teeth and Go To Sleep," and "Party Witcha Parents!" Stream it here or purchase the CD!
FuMP 99 features all the songs posted to The FuMP between May and June of 2023, including new songs by The Belle Isle Rats, Joe J Thomas, Worm Quartet, and more!
Hear Insane Ian perform "KANG!" live at FuMPFest 2021. Hear the opening number from Steve Goodie's show about Weird Al and Daniel Radcliffe. And hear Jeff Whitmire parody "Weird Al" Yankovic with a song about the horror movie series V/H/S.
This album also features the FuMP debuts of John Trentes and Trevor Walls, plus the return of the Knuckleheadz!
Plus, this album features an exclusive video highlights reel from MarsCon 2023!
The FuMP Volume 98 invades your shores with a yar from the Knuckleheadz, a cha-ching from Daniel Eric Finkel, and a beep-boop-bloop from Joe J Thomas.
This album features all the songs posted to The FuMP during March and April of 2023, including two new horror movie parodies by Jeff Whitmire, a classic cover by Insane Ian, and an even classicker cover from the New Orleans SteamCOG Orchestra.
This album also marks the release of the great Luke Ski's new album Needlessly Meta with his new Dumb Parody Idea "The Letterman" and a video interview that comes included with this release.
Welcome to 2023! Hopefully this year will be an improvement over the last few. We're off to a good start with The FuMP Volume 97 which features new songs by the great Luke Ski, Ookla the Mok, Insane Ian and more!
In this collection The Belle Isle Rats develop a time traveling zamboni, Joe J Thomas serenades Popeye, and Devo Spice turns 50.
Plus, this album features the FuMP debuts of Howie Newman and YerDad!
This album also features a video of Devo Spice performing songs at karaoke for his acting class, and cover art by Kendra Shepherd.
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