MP3 Gastrocity Music - Christmas in the Air
An Explosion of Holiday Humor. Barking dogs and whiney cats are no match for the power of the human anus and esophogus. That''s right, farts and belches on time and in pitch to Christmas carols...the funniest thing you''ve ever heard, guaranteed. No Hype.
12 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Alternative Hip Hop, KIDS/FAMILY: Children''s Pop
World Class Christmas Gasathon
Gastrocity Music really "let it all out" creating this one. Twelve "BOOMING" renditions of holiday classics accented with the best collection of seasonal belches and farts known to man or elf. A gasseriffic masterpiece and all sounds are guaranteed to be 100% authentic.
OK, so it''s not something easily taken on the road and performed live and in fact the only known live performance was in the recording studio...Poor sound engineer and producer Lewis Thomas turned green and passed out several times from toxic fume inhalation, but the Gadler brothers have been "cranking" out the tunes for many years. Gastrocity Music consists of three talented gas producers who are experts in the field of Human Wind Production (HWP). The Fartists who "left their mark" on this CD are Nick Gadler, Rick Gadler, and Bob "Colon" Keleman, who were all born and raised in San Diego and continue to stink up the city. Rick and Nick (brothers) were in a number of bands playing in the local club scene but eventually realized that while they didn''t know how to make it in music, they did know how to belch...they also thought they were pretty good farters as well. Then their sister married Bob, and Bob quickly humbled Both Nick & Rick in the art of rear wind production. "Yeah he schooled us" Rick was heard to admit with the look of utter depression on his face. "What else could we do, he won the battle, we had to let him marry our sister" Nick was quoted as saying. But the real marriage was when the three of them discovered that they could communicate seemingly telepathically through what they consider to be a primitive yet evolving form of information transfer now known to modern science as Gastrointestinal Communication. "When Bob cut loose we knew what he meant, I mean it was weird, everything in the emotional spectrum could be explained through the rectum" Rick said. So they decided to blend their talents, belches, farts and music, and the rest is history. Gastrocity music was born, and now it''s here to for all to enjoy. Merry Christmas!!!