A short, aggressive song about social media. It doesn't apply to everyone, and not everyone will like it, but... That's comedy, right? It's got at least a couple good jokes in it.
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Our amazing compilation of comedy songs by talented female artists is now on sale. You can pick up your copy on CD or as a digital download for just $7.49 for the month of November.
This album features songs by Carrie Dahlby, Bad Beth and Beyond, Meri Amber, Carla Ulbrich, Reformed Whores, and many more! It's an hour of great content by some very talented female artists.
Long time MarsCon Dementia Track performer and friend of the FuMP, Dave Stagner (of "The Feng Shui Ninjas"), put out a $2, 2-song EP titled "This Is How Elvis Died"! The title track was played on this week's episode of "The Dr. Demento Show", and the other track is about driving through the state of Wisconsin, titled "Fireworks, Pornography, and Cheese"! Check them out!
Cover art by Luke Ski, who is available for commissons just like Dave hired him to do! To see examples of Luke's work and get more details, CLICK HERE!
The FuMP Volume 76 features all the songs that were posted to The FuMP during July and August of 2019. Mikey Mason sings about shiny math rocks (dice), Van Stone sings about his testicles, and The Belle Isle Rats sing about the present from the past.
Carrie Dahlby sings a song about how she was unable to write that song. Jeff Whitmire sings about Pennywise the Clown, and other horror icons. And Devo Spice manages to get through a migraine well enough to release a new song about it.
Plus this album includes an 11-minute behind-the-scenes video about FuMPFest 2019!
The organizers of FuMPFest wish to issue an apology to Laser for a remark that was made on stage during the Dementia Smackdown Wrestling event. One of the co-hosts, while providing running commentary, misgendered Laser more than once. He then attempted to make a self-deprecating joke about his inability to use the correct pronoun. That joke was inappropriate, insensitive, and came across in such a way as to make Laser the target of the joke, rather than himself as he had intended. He knew immediately it had backfired, but by then it was too late. We at the FuMP take full responsibility for this and we are very sorry this happened. We are taking steps to ensure it won't happen again. The commentator is very upset about his own behavior in this situation and has already privately apologized to Laser. Please be assured that FuMPFest and its organizers fully support the non-binary and transgender communities and would never do anything intentionally to cause anyone any harm. We try our best to make our events safe and inviting to all individuals. We are far from perfect, but we are doing our best. While this does not excuse our actions or the actions of the commentator, we hope that this will at least show we want to make things right, and we deeply apologize for any harm this may have caused our guest of honor and attendees.
The FuMP is proud to release our 75th compilation album, featuring all the songs posted during May and June of 2019, plus a live video of a concert performance by Devo Spice.
Click here for more information and to order your copy.