Jump to content


Please note: You can easily log in to MPN using your Facebook account!

A bit of musical mirth...


Recommended Posts

The following comes from David Gross' "Punmaster's Music Wire"...

 

*********************

 

Ed Salamon sent in this piece from producer/artist Bill Lloyd:

 

The New Prescription Drugs for Musicians

 

Next year, leading pharmaceutical companies will be introducing a new

line

of legal prescription and OTC drugs tailored for the needs of

musicians.

 

Talk to your doctor about which ones may be right for you.

 

Protoolamine - relieves wavering pitch

 

Dixichixil - prevents unpatriotic outbursts

 

Divanol - controls excessive melismas and over-emoting

 

Tylenol-MP3 - for the pain caused by illegal downloading

 

Polka-Seltzer - fast relief after a night of beer barrels, cabbage

rolls and

half-steps

 

Eminenema - for the release of excessive pent-up rage

 

Hat-actin - for relief of those ten gallon headaches

 

Sham-E - for depressed Elvis impersonators

 

Beyoncedril - calms the stress of ubiquity

 

Reggaine - regrowth for those thinning dreadlocks

 

¨«Fropecia - regrowth for those ¨«70s soul dos

 

Debrox-A&R - removes earwax build-up so you can hear that single

 

Petebestrogen - relieves the disappointment of being kicked out of

bands

 

Sinatracal - your croon won©öt be the only thing that stays smooth with

this

high fiber powder

 

Dylanol - clears nasal passages fast

 

Brozac - eases the disappointment of white guys who wish they were from

the

¨«hood

 

Jambandivent - for those headaches caused by excessive noodling

 

Brevacid - controls the urge to write songs over five minutes long

 

Celinex - reduces pain from excessive chest thumping

 

J-Lotrel - for media overexposure of all kinds

 

F***iNDeNt (formerly Effindent) - for those hard to clean gold plated

dentures

 

DL-Rothicillin - for the stinging caused by excessive indulgence with

groupies

 

Lesterbangsamine - stimulates the prose of uninspired rock journalists

 

Keefix - a reanimating elixir, endorsed by Keith Richards

 

Britalin - for American singers who unconsciously try to sound British

 

Metallicamucil - for heavy metal and spongy stool

"Cisco Kid, was a friend of mine"
Link to comment
Share on other sites



  • Replies 1
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...