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Tenacious D Explicit Lyrics, Import

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  • 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 192 customer reviews
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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
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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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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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Format: Audio CD
Finally, the new kings of comedy rock release a studio album. Tenacious D, with their well-supported yet shortly-lived HBO series, as well as their constant live input, have earned a highly esteemed reputation of being f*cking hilarious, but at the same time f*cking good. Sexual innuendo, daring taboos...it's all there, and the D aren't afraid to tackle it.
I myself have followed the D and have known for pretty much a year and half now, and because of this the songs on the album are unfortunately familiar to me. Nearly all the songs are brilliant on the album, including the racy opener "Kielbasa" and rock opus "City Hall". Some songs fail to match the excellence of songs like these, including "The Road" and "Lee". "Lee", a song from the HBO series, is a much better song on the series. Which brings me to my next point of the album: some songs require the live "feel" to them in order to be truly fascinating.
"Lee" is a perfect example of this as well as "Tribute". This does not mean that the songs flat out fail on the album...hardly. Like I said earlier, all these songs are high caliber songs that are rarely achieved with such musicianship and skill in comedy rock (case in point: Weird Al doesn't hold a candle to these guys). The single "Wonderboy" contains all the wonderful (or terrible, depends on how you look at eighties hair band rock) qualities of the power ballad. Excellent song.
The skits on the album are generally funny. "One note song" is excellent and probably my favorite one at of all the skits. The skits achieve a "laid back" atmosphere, and generally give us a break from the "extreme potent power of the D.
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I bought Tenacious D on the day of release. I had been anticipating it and I was certainly not dissapointed. It is hilarious but what really suprised me, was the talent. My god, aside from being funny as hell, they're great musicians as well. The harmonizing gives the songs a more serious feel, which in turn, makes them even funnier. Hearing Dave Grohl play the drums was also a real treat. I also love Jack Black's sense of humor. I don't care what anyone says about the swearing, I love it. Call it my inner 8th grader coming out, but I still find profanity funny if it's done right, which in this case, it is. I was playing this for a friend of mine last night and he said it actually made him sad. He said that they have so much talent but they're only making funny stuff. Oh well, he still ended up buying the album.
Jack Black is a comedy genius. He proved that in High Fidelity and it's looking like he's about to get back on track after Saving Silverman with Shallow Hal.
If you thought he was funny in High Fidelity, this is the album for you. Some of the highlights are "Tribute", "Friendship", "Kyle Quit the Band", and "One Note Song". I also love the spoken skits.
Tenacious D is defintitely worth your cash. Buy it now.
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Having been a Tenacious D fan since their earliest appearances on television, I eagerly anticipated the release of their "debut" as much as any of the 5-star reviewers who have posted here. Unfortunately, I feel the quintessential charm and raw energy of Tenacious D is lost on this album.
Admittedly, with this endeavor Tenacious D has achieved the ultimate "cream dream"--to play their songs with some of rock's modern gods. But without the endearing qualities that make Tenacious D who they are to a fan like myself, this over-produced CD left me hanging, and hoping that the D haven't sold out. The heavy electronic guitars, drums and sound effects almost completely eclipse Kyle Gass's skillful fingerpicking talents, and almost none of the tracks take full advantage of Jack Black's explosive and soulfully innovative vocal stylings. And disappointingly, Jack's comedic interludes sound forced and over-the-top, if that's possible for him. (Especially over-improvised is the segment titled "Inward Singing.") Finally, the storylines that inspired the songs are altered almost beyond recognition, making it difficult for the uninitiated to understand, just what is the allure of 'that band Tenacious D everyone has been talking about?'
It's important to remember that Jack Black and Kyle Gass were first and foremost stand-up/sketch comics turned musicians. Kyle Gass taught Jack Black to play guitar so they would have something on which to build an act and make people laugh. Then, with the help of comedic geniuses David Cross and Troy Miller, the band's self-titled (and sadly short-lived) HBO series gave the self-proclaimed Greatest Band on Earth a story, and a persona of comic irony that is the very basis of Tenacious D's cult appeal.
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When I first say the D back in the mid-90s on their own HBO series it was the simple acoustic guitars and perverted heavy metal lyrics that got my attention. The contrast between those two elements worked to build a great joke about two guys who were the [illigitimate] children of "Iron Maiden" and "Dio". There was just something that made you fall over at the site of Jack Black and KG working over a coffee shope with songs like "Double Team."
But, now a few years after the D has faded a little and Jack Black is the toast of Hollywood out comes a full-length CD which compiles the great majority of songs and sketches from the short-lived HBO series. But, instead of leaving a good thing alone, the boys recruited a heavy metal backing band complete with Dave Grohl on drums to spice things up.
The result is overproduced muck where the main joke is hidden beneath layers and layers of overdubbed distorted guitars and bass. When I saw the HBO series the D sold the joke a lot better. This recording seems like they are trying way too hard. They even took out the funniest part of "Tribute" where Kyle and Jack break into a few bars of "Stairway to Heaven" and replaced it with some more wanky guitar solos.
If you really want to experience the D in its true essense, seek out the HBO series.
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