Patriotism Is A Funny Thing In That It Causes Psychosis...
PatriPSYCHotic! is the 2010 double album from The Ceej. It features front artwork by Joshua Mitchell (Of the Gods & Demons painting series) and the title song's back-up vocals by Veteran Of Conscience (Of the United States military). It has a running theme which is humourous, provocative (and, at times, offensive) that challenges the American form of tribalism known as patriotism. It is far from shy in its message, and Canadian screenwriter, Alan Holman (Banana Chan) said, about this album, "Mr. Ceej's muse is not affected by such inhibiting factors as taste." In addition to this theme, there are other satirical elements poking fun at sex, violence, failed careers, and more. "Weird Al" Yankovic owns a copy of this double album and The Ceej was nice enough to autograph it for him. How's that for an endorsement?
Still undecided? Try these preview tracks: This Song Was Big In '82 and Why?
There are a few ways to purchase a copy of this album. First, you can click the link below.
This album is also available at The Exchange.
If you'd like to know the track listing, that is listed below.
1. State Of Confusion
2. This Song Was Big In '82
3. You're So Gay
3. The Other Side
4. A Catsitting Disaster
4. The First Time
5. Good Charlatans
5. My World
6. For Those Of You Who Still Don't Get Hotel California
6. Learn A Flipping Lesson
7. Sikk: I Am
7. I Cave
8. For My Asian Boyfriend
8. Eyes On Oscar
9. To The Homophobes
9. Good Television
10. You Had No Right
10. You Had No Right ('09)
11. Ignorance Is Bliss
11. Forbidden Love
12. What If AT&T Ran The Suicide Hotline?
12. What's Become Of This World?
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