The FuMP is a twice-weekly podcast featuring new, rare, and unreleased songs by some of the biggest names in funny music. These artists are regularly featured on The Dr. Demento Show and routinely perform at science fiction conventions and other places around the country.
Vriska Serket: an anti-song for an anti-hero by Ookla The Mok
Written as a "Custom Villain Song" reward for our vinyl Kickstarter campaign for Vs. Evil and the Nerdvana EP, this is what Superfan Brandon Brown got when he requested a song about Vriska Serket from Homestuck. The others will be actual songs. We promise.
I Have Never Seen a Turtle Get Down by TV's Kyle
One day I was having a good, long, think about Vanilla Ice's indelible Ninja Rap from the TMNT 2: The Secret of the Ooze soundtrack and I thought just a little too hard about a musical question posed early on. I showed my lyrics to Luke and he requested that he be involved. Two years later, I remembered to record it!
Fat Kid Emo Pants - 2020s Pop Punk Revival Remix by Regdar and the Fighters
Remember that time Machine Gun Kelly was so embarrassed about the gross things he said about Eminem's teenage daughter that he had to jump start a pop punk revival just so that he would have other creepy, groomer musicians to hang out with? Regdar and the Fighters remembers. So we revived a song we wrote during the first wave of pop punk about getting kinda fat after going off to college. After once again getting kinda fat during the Covid-19 pandemic, we knew it was time to revive and revise this song. Now it has all the hallmarks of a modern Travis Barker production: fake studio banter! aggressive, aggressive auto-tuning! Midwest-emo-but-not-as-good-guitar lines! condescending lyrics about vaguely-remembered teenage years!
Road Skank by The Right Reverend Jarvis T. Hornswoggle
Any traveling entertainer (musician, magician, mathematician, politician, snake oil purveyor, etc.) eventually learns of (and can attest to) one universal truth. That is: as lonely as the road can be, there's always someone willing to make sure you're not alone. It might cost you, one way or another, though.
My Zamboni by The Belle Isle Rats
My Zamboni is an inter-dimensional travel vehicle that takes me back so I can tell folks in the past that they're wrong.
We Weren't Making Love (We Were Only Having Sex) by Bob Lazzar-Atwood
A lot of the songs that I have written were intended for a barroom audience on their third or maybe fourth round of drinks and this one is a prime example. The minute I came up with the title of this song the rest fell quickly into place. A lot of men out there (and women) will probably support the song's contention that some sex is purely recreational and should not be considered as an act of unfaithfulness. In any regards, I think it makes for a hilarious song and I am hoping to get it recorded someday by an artist who can really give it the performance it deserves.
THE PERFECT SUCCESSOR TO DR.DEMENTO
I’ve been listening to this podcast for a decade and they come up with the best parodies and new comedy songs I have heard since my college daze being a wild and wacky Dementite!
The odds are good
But the goods are odd. Great content!
Gee, I wonder if they lean a little bit left....
They used to make fun of left and right but now it's TRUMP. They have lost their collective minds. I cringed when they took hits at sarah palin but they would occasionally take a swipe at Hillary. Now it's not even funny anymore. I won't support them further and they won't miss me because why should they. I am not their target audience.