Boobs A Lot

Holy Modal Rounders

Because somebody has to think of the children. How could they go through Life without hearing this immor(t)al classic?

Anybody got any other works of High Art to share?

Rodney Carrington-Show Them To Me.

NSFW Link in spoiler. Bare, pixelated boobs.

Hah! Here’s the original version of Boobs A Lot—by the Village Fugs. Of course, the Rounders were the musical talent who turned those shaggy poets working on the cusp between Beat & Hip into A Band. In fact, I lovedthe Rounders first…

In those days, Texas was producing some crazed stuff by the 13th Floor Elevators & the Red Krayola. Even more crazed: Paralyzed, by the Legendary Stardust Cowboy–recorded with the help of a very young T Bone Burnett…

While most, if not all, Pig Vomit songs would fit your request for “High Art,” I’m going to have to recommend “Did You Ever Wonder.”

My contributions to this thread are going to be Joe Walsh’s I.L.B.T.s and Tenacious D’s Fuck Her Gently.

I got 2 more (for the techno crowd):

Pussy by Lords Of Acid


Fuck The Pain Away by Peaches

Thank you Mr.Hinson


There are two “music video” versions of that sond bracketing the contents of the movie Sextoons, a collection of sexual cartoons from the silent era to the (then) present. Neither one of them seem to be on YouTube, at last as revealed by a quick search.

In honor of the late Mrs. Slocombe, I offer My Girl’s Pussy:

"Polly in a Porny" by Shel Silverstein (yes, that Shel Silverstein; if you don’t know about this side of him, you’ll never see “A Light in the Attic” the same way again).

On a different note, there’s the Rolling Stones’ “Cocksucker Blues”, which they recorded as their final single for Decca… it was, of course, not released; it was intended as a big upraised middle finger to Decca executives.

And then there’s “I Am Your Pussy” by Gong. (Supposedly sung by a witch’s cat, by the way… yeah right)

Well Lords of Acid certainly are high art aficionados…


the Rounders were certainly good jug and folk. the Fugs were good poetry and commentary.

much of Mothers of Invention/Zappa and Captain Beefheart was high art and commentary like

Son of Suzy Creamcheese
Brown Shoes Don’t Make It

Lick My Decals Off, Baby
I Wanna Find a Woman That’ll Hold My Big Toe Till I Have To Go

R. Crumb & His Cheap Suit Serenaders’ Christopher Columbus (unfortunately incomplete) featuring the vocal stylings of Leila Jane Dornacker, nurse Murch in The Right Stuff and noted helicopter passenger.

CMC fnord!

Cumstains On My Pillow (Where Your Sweet Head Used To Be) by David Allan Coe

Lots of Ween to choose from, so why not go with my favorite, Piss Up a Rope