FUCK THE ZEITGEIST
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BEST OF FTZ
A compilation of some of the best comedy music featured on Fuck The Zeitgeist over the years.
Everybody knows it's very mature and extremely intelligent to swear. So, here's some top notch comedy cussing featuring Alexei Sayle in probably the most sweary packed song ever, Ian Dury, a self confessed thick Glaswegian and Tommy fucking Mackay ya bass.
Yaysh - itsh the inevitable Xmas edition. And, since I've been at the sherry already, this one's brought to you in glorious inebriation. Featuring seasonal wailings from Half Man Half Biscuit, The Fall, NEDS Kru feat. the Wee Man and The Artist Formerly Known as Tinsel. Away and stuff yersel'
for those of a sensitive comedy disposition. This collection of misfits
straddle the border between irritation and inspired lunacy. Featuring
The Flying Lizards covering James Brown, The Tiger Lillies, The Chuckle
Brothers remixed, and your host, Tommy Mackay with an epistle from
The Proclaimers to Michael Jackson. An acquired taste.
A belated Halloween special featuring some unusual and obscure tracks by Bob McFadden, The Kings of Calypso, Tim Curry and Tommy Mackay. All the usual scary stuff - zombies, mummies, witches and Kerry Katona.
Masterful comedic performances from Brian Damage & Krysstal covering the current financial crisis, Jeffrey Lewis documenting the legend of The Fall, Doghorse discovering the erotic delights of Janette Krankie, John Shuttleworth with a heartfelt rendition of 'My Wife Died in 1970', and a message from me to Ringo Starr.
A semi-Shand celebration with E-Jitz and Richard Thompson, Eskimo fun with Corky & The Pigs and a paean to that pain Peter Mandelson.
From Sweden, Scotland, France, Germany and England, The Social Services, Klaus Nomi, The Jellybottys and The Plagiarist. Now that's what I call world musical comedy.
For your feelgood antidote to the current critically acclaimed miserablist gloop (do you know your arse from Elbow?), why not try some Iggy Pop, Frank Sidebottom, Ricky Gervais and a side dollop of Jeremy Paxman.
Eclectic eccentrics and musical maestros. Nourish yer nuts with this mixed bag of David Byrne, HeeBeeGeeBees, John Cale and The Foul.
Exhausted after a 22 show run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Reckless Tommy returns with a wee corker of a selection of choons, namely, the Tartan Special contractual obligation song, A Finger Of Shortie Is All You Need, plus tunes from Joe Rodger & Velcro Quartet, Hight St. Fred and Robyn Hitchcock.
Tartan Special special, featuring Barry McDonald and Tommy Mackay plugging away like billy-o with songs from the Edinburgh Fringe show.
Bill Bailey, The Just Joans, Sparks and Bill Clinton's Havana conspire to bring you the best in musical comedy. You got a problem with that?
Another wee treat -especially if you're a fan of Alasdair Gray, possibly Scotland's greatest living writer. Hear Alasdair sing on a cover of Sun Ra's 'Nuclear War' - it's a belter. Also featuring Glasgow's Sparrahawk, They Might Be Giants and They Might Be Gannets.
Go Home Productions, Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Scott Renton and Tommy Mackay - a magical, musical and political comedy confectionery - with added pigeon.
Fucktastic frivolity featuring Chris Morris, The Bum Clocks, Billy Childish and me.
Laugh like loons and appreciate the choons in this edition featuring the legendary likes of Ivor Cutler, Richard Cheese, The Fall and Whyte & Mackay.
Kicking off this kerrazy podcast thang with some class tracks from Half Man Half Biscuit, Dumb Instrument, Flight Of The Conchords, Cassette Boy and yours truly. Engorge yourself - it's funnier than you think.
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