Ever wonder what would happen if the long-awaited-by-survivalists Zombie Apocalypse were to occur during a righteous hillbilly barbecue? WELL WONDER NO MORE, for we geniuses have simulated the outcome of this scenario in our largest, most inefficient computer and HERE ARE THE EARTH SHATTERING RESULTS!!! Enjoy this dire musical warning...
lead vocal: Dr. Milo T. Pinkerton III
guitar: Filbert Snodgrass
upright bass: Greg Schaltz
fiddle: Sam Craft
harmonica: Charlie Brown
cowbell: Lewis D'Aubin
belch: Ben Beamis
jaw harp: Ryan Worthington
Zombies: David Loti, Billy Riecke, Ron Ainsworth, Eric Beletto, Glenn Barbarot, Glenn Grass, Joseph Grabko, Buddy Burkhamer, Marie Galtier, Cos Solo, Jered Perez, Louie Bankston, Melissa Crory, Caesar Meadows, Carrie Dahlby, Weyland and Dylan Bourne
Special appearance by Dr. Gangrene as the Grillmaster
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Lewis D'Aubin January 2010 at the C.O.G. Secret Lab, Harahan LA
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weirdojace - Jan 10, 2010
This is excellent!
maxgoof - Jan 10, 2010
mrwompy - Jan 10, 2010
Great song!! (Damn ... I'm hungry for some reason ...)
forestofthedead - Jan 10, 2010
devospice - Jan 10, 2010
I want my next barbecue to be zombie themed!
Dr. Milo T. Pinkerton III - Jan 10, 2010
Thanks ya'll! Sorry it took so long to come back to the FUMP... but quality BBQ takes time to marinate! I wonder how long it'll take for somebody to come up with a video for this...?
KingErroneous - Jan 11, 2010
Definitely a OMG WTF BBQ....
filkertom - Jan 11, 2010
Mmmmmm... barbecued braaaainnnzz.
Carrie Dahlby - Jan 11, 2010
Nicely done! Glad I could help out. Though I admit to being unable to pick out my voice. :)
Dr. Milo T. Pinkerton III - Jan 11, 2010
Carrie - listen to the RIGHT speaker AFTER the line 'try some of that sauce out on your brain' - and there you are!!!
voiceroy - Feb 12, 2010
There can never be enough funny songs about zombies. Well done, Consortium! (Pun most definitely intended.)
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