Tuesday, December 20, 2005

"It's Always Christmas Time For Visa" by the Austin Lounge Lizards

Watch or free download at the Consumers Union.

My friend Anita went to see the Austin Lounge Lizards at the Mucky Duck instead of going to the Christmas Party and sent me some links to their songs.

They also have animated versions of "(Fight) The Tower" and "The Drugs I Need!" as other consumer protest songs.

It was the Tower (Commercial-free rock, right after these messages)
Big Media Power (Classic country hits from the 80’s, 90’s, & today)
Beaming down from heaven (The music of your life)
24/7 (Mas Musica, Princeton!)
It was the Tower (Today, a small group of activists)
Big Media Power (This morning, a miniscule cadre of radical extremists)
Beaming down from heaven (An active band of extremely free radicals)
24/7 (Turkey gobble)
It was the Tower (Mortgage rates at record lows)
Big Media Power (Enlarge your proboscis, naturally)
Beaming down from heaven (Meet sexy singles on-line)
24/7 (Honey, have you thought about Progenitorivox?)
Pervasive and insistent
Don’t abandon your resistance to the Tower

Wow, might make a liberal out of Anita yet. But how am I suppose to give her a Terry Pratchatt book with the UK cover if she won't meet me at a party?

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