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Robert Lund and Spaff.com Unbeatable Buns 
Here for your culinary pleasure is a parody of Green Day's current hit "21 Guns," which MTV News called "a cell-phones-in-the-air anthem." Presumably, cell phones in the air are better than cell phones in the keister.

By the way, this parody has nothing to do with keisters. It's about a bakery.

Dough boys:
Bob Emmet: Instruments and mixing
Robert Lund: Vocals and mixing
M. Spaff Sumsion: Concept and lyrics and no mixing

This song is now available on the following CDs:
2009-07-26 weirdojace
Spaff is the king of lyrics. This is one great parody. Well done, everybody involved.
2009-07-26 oddaustin
I'm surprised there way more comments on this. Quite awesome work, guys. I'm a big Green Day fan, and I was just waiting for this one to get parodied. I think the music/vocals, and lyrics are really well done. The only thing I thought could've been a little better was the mix (Or maybe that's just me). Either way, another great track by the combined super group: Emmepaffund
2009-07-26 weirdojace
I actually like Robert Lund songs better when Bob Emmet mixes them. He does a good job. I don't like the way Lund always mixes his vocals 6 decibels louder than the instrumental.
2009-07-26 oddaustin
Really? I actually thought the music could be a little louder on this one. The drum and bass doesn't have as much as an impact as it does in the original.
2009-07-26 weirdojace
Yeah, I felt the same way on Emmet's "Wake Me Up When This Math Class Ends." Still pretty good though. But I do think Emmet does a better job with the production.
2009-07-26 BathTub
Heh I was waiting to hear how Robert did on Billie Joe's high notes. Not dissapointed! Well done guys!
2009-07-26 BathTub
Oh and did I miss the announcment that the artist is now officially "Robert Lund and Spaff.com" for the artist name?
2009-07-26 Spaff.com
Thanks for the comments, guys. FYI, due to crappy communication on my part, both Bob and Robert did final mixes of this song. Despite the duplication of effort, neither of them complained, so I'm fortunate to work with a couple of guys who are not only very professional but very patient.

As for the artist name change from "Robert Lund" to "Robert Lund and Spaff.com," I'm not bucking for more credit; I'm trying to reduce confusion. I regularly get contacted by people who think that Spaff.com is Robert Lund's website and/or pseudonym, and I knew the confusion would be even greater if/when I started writing an artist blog, so hopefully listing us both in the artist name will clarify that we're two separate people.

2009-07-27 mrwompy
Great song, guys! As I listened, I wasn't thinking about the mix or things like that ... I was just laughing! (Now this old geezer needs to listen to the song being parodied, since I'm not familiar with it!)
2009-07-27 badavecom
Holy Crap that was funny
2009-07-27 JakeWaters
I don't know, Spaff. I'm not sure you and Robert aren't the same person. I mean, I never see you guys in the same place at the same time. In fact, I never see either of you. Hmmm... Conspiracy? By the way, I totally dig this song. Awesome job done by all!
2009-07-27 ProjectSisyphus
Just for the record, the mix up here now has additional content added by Robert Lund and was remixed by him. Thanks all for your comments and criticisms re: my mixes in general. Weirdojace, "Math Class," another Green Day parody, was the bane of my existence for weeks. Unfortunately its very difficult for one geriatric studio musician to replace four angry teenagers armed with Rectified Marshall stacks. That said, I sure enjoyed this song and the liberal sprinkling of Spaff's double entendres. 'Cept now I'm kinda hungry.
2009-07-27 Spaff.com
Thanks for the lovely comments! That's what makes this so rewarding. (Heaven knows it ain't the money.)

Attention audiophiles: As of right this second (8:45 PM ET) there's a NEW MIX up. Have at it.

2009-07-27 oddaustin
Much better mix. Now it has the 3 seals of awesome great mix, great lyrics, Green Day parody. I give it 84 out of 10.
2009-07-27 weirdojace
Awesome new mix. Glad you guys pay attention to us audiophiles. :)
2009-07-27 PowerSalad
"Hidden like it's Easter/I've a cellphone in the keister......" - Groovy!
2009-08-02 djseamus
Leave it to Spaff to bring to mind something completely different when writing about something normal and every-day. Props to the Pillsberry Dough-Boy impersonator....he truly has something to be giggling about. :^)
2009-09-11 Spaff.com
Thanks, kids!
2009-09-11 Spaff.com
2009-09-12 voiceroy
Another spafftacular spoof. Nice work guys.
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