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Best Satirical Songs & Yo La Tengo Review

Featured Songs

  1. The Beatles, Love Me Do, single, Parlophone, 1962
  2. David Bowie, Where Are We Now?, The Next Day, Iso Records/Columbia, 2013
  3. Justin Timberlake (feat. Jay-Z), Suit & Tie, single, RCA, 2013
  4. Frank Ocean (feat. Big Boi & Andre 3000), Pink Matter (Remix), single, self-released, 2013
  5. Destiny's Child, Nuclear, Love Songs, Legacy Recordings, 2013
  6. Spinal Tap, Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight, This is Spinal Tap, Polydor, 1984
  7. The Mothers of Invention, Who Needs the Peace Corps?, We're Only In It For The Money, Verve, 1968
  8. Bill Cosby, Hooray for the Salvation Army Band, Bill Cosby Sings Hooray for the Salvation Army Band!, Warner Bros., 1968
  9. Brinsley Schwarz, (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding, The New Favourites of Brinsley Shwarz, United Artists, 1974
  10. "Weird Al" Yankovic, Eat It, "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D, Rock 'n Roll, 1984
  11. Dead Kennedy, Holiday in Cambodia, Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables, Alternative Tentacles, 1980
  12. Beck, Debra, Midnite Vultures, DGC, 1999
  13. Tim Fite, I've Been Shot, Over the Counter Culture, self-released, 2007
  14. Bongwater, Free Love Messes Up My Life, The Big Sell-Out, Shimmy Disc, 1992
  15. The Lonely Island, Attracted to Us, Turtleneck & Chain, Universal Republic, 2011
  16. Flight of the Conchords, Inner City Pressure, Flight of the Conchords, Sub Pop, 2008
  17. Digital Underground, The Humpty Dance, Sex Packets, Tommy Boy, 1990
  18. The Rutles, Ouch!, The Rutles, Warner Bros., 1978
  19. Yo La Tengo, Ohm, Fade, Matador, 2013
  20. Yo La Tengo, Well You Better, Fade, Matador, 2013
  21. Teebs, Bern Rhythm, Ardour, Brainfeeder, 2010
  22. De La Soul, Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey), De La Soul is Dead, Tommy Boy, 1991
  23. Aimee Mann & Michael Penn,“I Just Wasn't Made for These Times,”unreleased live performance, 2000
  24. Ride, Chelsea Girl, Ride EP, Creation, 1990
  25. The Loop, Soundhead, Heaven's End, Head, 1987