Audio

Farmer Bond, 007 (silly song)

February 2nd, 1999
The James Bond theme, as performed by Chris’ many farmyard pets.

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Aquaman (live standup)

January 1st, 1999
Liam spends some time wondering who is the crappest superhero.

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House Alarms (live standup)

April 15th, 1998
From our 1998 Comedy Festival show, Unnatural Love – Jo Stanley.

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Four Is Bigger (parody song)

March 2nd, 1998
When Chris decided to join the army, they knocked him back because he was too stupid. A parody song with early “Liam guitaring” testing Logic on the iMac.

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As Long As You Buy Us – Backstreet Bores (parody song)

January 1st, 1998
Chris hates the Backstreet Boys, so he made his very own parody band “The Backstreet Bores”, and recorded his very own biting satire that reveals the real truth.

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A’capella Glee Club (parody song)

January 1st, 1998
Michael Jackson meets Van Morrison in a head on collision of song. Or just terrible parody. You decide.

Humphrey Purvis PI (radio sketch)

August 10th, 1996
Liam recorded every word in the dictionary to make sure he could be in this film noir sketch. Originally aired on PBS FM Melbourne.

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Taxi Passenger From Hell (radio sketch)

June 18th, 1995
Ray’s Taxis newest recruit, Scott, gets the thing all cabbies fear the most: the passenger from Hell. Originally aired on PBS FM Melbourne.

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