The Music Is Funny, The Message Is Powerful.
This is The Ceej's most ambitious comedy album to date. The 19 parody tracks, plus The Ceej's first original comedy song were ambitious enough, but he also spent five years tweaking lyrics and music, including trying many of these songs in front of live audiences.
In addition, many talented people have been directly involved with this album including Insane Ian, Myq Kaplan, Rob Paravonian, Joshua Bush, Ben Stahl, and Daniel Hill. And that doesn't even include the countless people who have indirectly helped out, and continue to do so.
The Ceej lets his lack of sanity shine not just in the music, but on the cover art and, with the limb count of a spider, how could he go possibly wrong with this one? The parodies on this album, range from Edgar Allan Poe to contemporary Slipknot. He even kept at it until he wrote a funny Justin Bieber parody, despite many failed attempts to do so. This is also the first The Ceej album to include an original tune.
This album went through a record number of changes to its title, with Armed & Gregarious being its sixth and final. The Ceej is known for including satirical parodies in with the farcy ones and this album is no exception. With some of his most politically critical parodies to date, as well as poking fun at seemingly benign social issues. "Weird Al" Yankovic owns a copy of this, so shouldn't you buy one too?
Wanna hear a track from this album? Here's a parody of Justin Bieber!
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