Once upon a time, not to long ago as a matter of fact, my three friends formed a band. This is a quote from one of the now de funked members of that band, "we used too be Kim Jong Il (pronounced ill), named in honor of the mighty north Korean dictator". The three members of this band are, the Apologist, http://www.blogger.com/profile/19086076, the Grumbler, http://www.blogger.com/profile/19086076, who bares an uncanny resemblance to previous Jets infamous head coach Ritchie Kotite, and Kim Jong Ramone, http://kimjongramone.blogspot.com/. I took it upon myself to be their self appointed Ruben Kincade, In other words their manager/publicist. I had a great idea for their first album. A tribute album to all the shitty, lousy godforsaken music that addresses the existence or the understanding of the almighty. That's why I named their first Album the way I did. I siphoned this great album art off of Kim Jong's web site.
This is where I'm going to need your help. I have a hand full of songs picked out, but I will need more. I will give you some brief commentary on the songs I have picked so far.
1. "What if god was one of us", by the less than luscious Joan Osbourne. This question has already been addressed by just about every religion on the planet, and not to mention Kevin Smith.
2. "Tell me all your thoughts on God" by Dishwalla. As if the name of this band doesn't say it all, what is this band trying to accomplish with lyrics like, "cause I'm on my way to see her". Obviously all this band wants is a good snarlin.
3. "All along the Watchtower" covered by the Dave Matthews Band. Decent band, god Awful cover.
4. "Honestly" by Stryper. This song is on the list for every time I made sensual and passionate love to a woman, when I was 16, thinking that this song was about a woman and not god.
That's all I have right now. I'm counting on you the reader to help me fill out the last 6 to 8 tracks on this albumin.