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Tenacious D Explicit Lyrics, Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 25 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00005QXDD
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (188 customer reviews)

1. Kielbasa
2. One Note Song
3. Tribute
4. Wonderboy
5. Hard Fucking
6. Fuck Her Gently
7. Explosivo
8. Dio
9. Inward Singing
10. Kyle Quit The Band
11. The Road
12. Cock Pushups
13. Lee
14. Friendship Test
15. Friendship
16. Karate Schnitzel
17. Karate
18. Rock Your Socks
19. Drive-Thru
20. Double Team
See all 21 tracks on this disc

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Biting, sometimes base satire and humor populates this 21-cut comedy-rock debut from actor-musician Jack Black and his band, Tenacious D. Sort of like a trashier, more casual and less musical Beck, vocalist-guitarist Black and guitarist-vocalist Kyle Gass, with help from Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, Redd Kross's Steve McDonald, and Page McConnell of Phish, deliver oddball musings that will appeal mostly to fans of the talented Black, whose earned a following thanks to memorable, frenetic turns in the films Hi Fidelity and Jesus' Son. The songs and "bits" include the wonderfully, intentionally melodramatic "Wonderboy," Black ordering "four Chicken McNuggets" on "Drive Thru," and the funny ode to vocalist Ronnie James Dio, where Black observes, "Dio has rocked for a very long time / Now it's time for him to pass the torch." With often intentionally droll and dumb humor smartly executed like a latter-day version of Bob & Doug McKenzie with a dash of Spinal Tap, this more-comedy-than-rock debut is likely to achieve cult status. --Katherine Turman

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
this album is simply the best thing i have ever heard! Tenacious D really knows how to make music. they only have 2 members (jack black and kyle gass) but they definetly know how to make you laugh and enjoy the music at one time. as we all know, jack black just finished the school of rock and that just came out on dvd not too long ago, and you can watch the mtv cribs episode on there of jack black when him and KG (known as Tenacious D) are doing a song called the taco truck from hell (or at least that is what i think it's called). that song is funny for just the parts i heard from it. that song is funny just like tribute which, by the way, IS really the greatest song in the world! they were just joking about it but i really think it is the greatest song in the world! drive thru is also really funny and then there is that song called wonderboy it is about a story of wonderboy and young nasty man. friendship is funny too, and i guess you all know about jack black's new movie is gonna be king kong with the best director peter jackson!!! yeah!!! if you think jack black's movies are funny then wait till you hear Tenacious D! buy this cd from amazon today for less than $15 and you can also choose 1 day shipping and then you can get it the next day! listen to Tenacious D!
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Let's make this clear: although I like Jack Black, I do get tired of him playing the same damn character over and over. That's why the comedy tracks on this album are funny but will get old.
It's the sad fate of most, if not all, comedy albums. Jokes get state once you've heard them enough. When I first heard "Drive-Thru", it was freakin' hilarious! Now that I've heard it a bunch of time ... not so hilarious. A chuckle, but that's it.
But don't let that stop you from buying this album. The music is fantastic! The songs manage to both mock and celebrate the folk-rock of the early 70's, and the production is high quality. Vocals and guitars jump out at you and shake you around like a hug from a big uncle who's been drinking too much. This is not a comedy album with a few chords strung together to provide a backdrop for a few gags. The music is truly well written, played, and produced.
Just be careful: the songs do get a tad vulgar at times. Okay, they're extremely offensive, but that's what makes them great. If you're an uptight person who managed to ignore the two naked fat guys standing before a great horned Satan on the album's cover, then you're in for some trouble. This is not for your mom's ears.
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Format: Audio CD
A friend recently brought this CD around asking My opinion of it, & the first thing I noticed was the cover, which features the classic depiction of Tarot Card #15: "The Devil" as its motif - a card I always found pleasant to look at - as it features two nudes shackled to a depiction of Satan - The supposed representational meaning is that of being ruled by materialism, with the chains loose enough for the individuals to remove them from themselves, but choosing not to - & according to most / all blindlight decks, is seen as a negative thing. Materialism is an adjunct to self-preservation & the desire to succeed. It seems the original placing of this card was another attempt by blindlighters to divert the attention of the lower man from success & dominion to both assure the Occultist's puppetry of them, as well as having the said lower man to become comfortable with his meager lot - for to strive for success was seen as a devilish persuit in desiring the things of this world, & those who are wealthy & in positions of Power are in league with Lucifer. And that is as it should be.
Actually, I prefer to see the card as symbolizing two lovers enjoying the pleasures of life.
I would surmise these performers utilized the card as using Satanic iconography to ironically establish the afore-mentioned success, as The Devil receives the most attention {"good copy"}, & I would say He could be the patron God of the showman & the creator.
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By ca on Feb. 18 2004
Format: Audio CD
What can I say about this disc. If it were a woman I would make love to it. (Gently, of course.) From the instant I first put it in my cd player I fell in love with it. There are so many reasons I continue to have such a warm spot in my heart for D.
First, the music is first rate rockin. If you want Pink Floyd or Kansas well this is not that. What it is, however is a disc that is stripped down to the basics. Jack and Kyle having fun rockin' the whole time. The songs are silly and witty at the same time. Whenever I have a bad day or need a pick me up I slip in the D and instantly am taken to a better place. An instant smile hits my face and I forget whatever it was that was bothering me.
As I stated the song's may be a little silly but there is some first rate music on this disc. For all of Kyle's humorous moments it should not get lost that he can play. Jack also has a under rated voice. Plus with Dave Grohel on drums you are not going to have anything to complain about. All that with the guiding touch of the Dust Brothers overseeing the production of the music make it a wonderful delight to listen to.
One thing I can not stand is pretentious music. The D, have so much fun and while they claim, (with their tongue firmly planted in their cheek)that they are the greatest band in the world, they have this undeniable charm. The ability to laugh at yourself and step back and realize that music does need to be about anything is refreshing. It is also refreshing to see actor's make a record that is listenable. (Unlike, J-lo, Bruce Willis, Russell Crowe and so many other lackluster efforts.)
On top of the music the comedic bit's in between songs still make me laugh. The drive thru, and inward singing bits are my favorites.
If you are a Jack Black fan from his films I urge you to get this disc and buy the D DVD. I guarantee you will fall in love with it just like the rest of the D, faithful.
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