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2022-11-18

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2022-11-23

The FuMP Volume 95 Now Available

by Devo Spice

Are you a robot? Prove it by selecting all the FuMPs on the cover of The FuMP Volume 95. Get it right and you'll hear songs by Steve Goodie, Jake Dewar, 2d6, Lauren Mayer, 2 Sleeps, the Consortium of Genius, and more! This album also features the FuMP debut of Phil Ward and BONEHENGE.

This album also includes a video interview with Toby Danger, fresh off their performance at Con on the Cob!

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2022-09-25

The FuMP Volume 94 Now Available!

by Devo Spice

Steve Goodie is a hardworking young man who just wants to hold your hair back while you hurl. Instead he finds himself on a quest for food, food, and more food, and maybe some Sushi-Ohs. Along the way he meets Jeff Whitmire who gives him a secret puzzle box to summon demons from hell and a demogorgon from the 1980s. He thought they were scary at first but they turned out to be dead sexy. It all culminates with him being bored because he forgot his phone.

Steve Goodie is a hardworking young man who just wants to hold your hair back while you hurl. Instead he finds himself on a quest for food, food, and more food, and maybe some Sushi-Ohs. Along the way he meets Jeff Whitmire who gives him a secret puzzle box to summon demons from hell and a demogorgon from the 1980s. He thought they were scary at first but they turned out to be dead sexy. It all culminates with him being bored because he forgot his phone.

And because it's from The FuMP, boobs.

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2022-07-27

The FuMP Volume 93 Now Available!

by Devo Spice

FuMP 93 is full of stranger things than usual, such as a death metal song about a puppysaur, a 1950's doo-wop political commentary, and even a spark plug omelette. Then there's the song about Stranger Things itself which inspired the cover.

Worm Quartet gets political with "Brandon," a song about the right's first real meme. Joe J Thomas gives a history lesson about the "Defeat of the Spanish Armada." And Devo Spice does another fan suggested song with "Zipper Injuries," which was suggested by fellow FuMP artist Jeff Whitmire.

This album also includes the previously unreleased spoken word track "Every Time You Stifle a Sneeze" by Lemon Demon.

Plus, this album includes video of Steve Goodie's appearances on The FuMPCast where he attempted to perform his songs "All My Favorite Clothes Are Falling Apart" and "Mobile Trash Unit" live on the show.

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2022-07-02

New Steve Goodie Album

by Devo Spice

Steve Goodie's new album "Top Ten Songs That Steve Has Come Up With Since His Last CD (plus 6 more!)" is available now! Twelve bucks for the disc (plus $3 shipping) or ten bucks for the download at www.stevegoodie.com.

2022-05-27

The FuMP Volume 92 Now Available!

by Devo Spice

The FuMP Volume 92 is now avaialable on CD or as a digital download. This compilation features all the songs we posted during March and April of 2022.

Insane Ian returns with his fifth epic video game medley, his first in nearly a decade. Lemon Demon returns with a remastered version of his classic hit "The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny." And Mike Holt didn't get the returned results he was expecting when he sent his DNA off to "23 and Me."

In this collection Mikey Mason apologizes to his mother, 2 Sleeps has a new parody about the TV show Supernatural, and newcomers Toby Danger lament the prospect of being "Too Fat for Rock and Roll."

This compilation also includes the lyric video for Worm Quartet's song "Take the Fire Back (Prometheus Has Left the Building)."

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