ORIGINAL SONGS

Here are some of the best musical moments from the Far Out! podcast.

“We’re Back”(#239)
Tod and Buck sing about their return on the “Far Out! Comeback Special.”

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“Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da 2″(#214)
Did Desmond and Molly from The Beatles’ classic song really live happy ever after?

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“Yellow Submarine 2″(#214)
The gang sings a song that finishes the story of The Beatles’ voyage on a Yellow Submarine.

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“Penny Lane 2″(#214)
Tod sings a song speculating what happened to the street made famous by The Beatles.

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“I’m a Freak (Every Day of the Week)”(#204)
Tod, Buck and Elliott make a little R. Kelly-inspired soul music.

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“Give it Up for Africa”(#192)
Tod wrote a benefit song to help solicit donations to help the African village of Endugo.

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“Thoughts from a Hairless Head”(#184)
Tod laments the many stages of male pattern baldness.

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“Cocainus”(#176)
Every drug and method of ingesting said drug needs a song. Tod and Buck wrote a song to help popularize rectally ingesting stimulants.

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“Oh No, It’s Herpes”(#166)
Tod and Buck perform this song to help spread awareness about the “gift that keeps on giving.”

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“Oh Sh*t, It’s Christmas Part 2″(#159)
Tod, Buck and Elliott sing the sequel to their Christmas classic.

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“Oh Shit It’s Channukah” (#155)
Coming soon…

“The Furry Murray Rap”(#150)
Tod raps, Buck scratches and Oscar beat boxes in this impromptu ode to Mr. Perry’s dog.

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The Colt Magnum Album (#138)
The following are some songs wrote for his alter-ego “alternative” country singer, Colt Magnum.

“Colt Magnum – Texas”

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“Colt Magnum – Chaps”

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“Colt Magnum – Everything is Bigger (in Texas)”

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“Lakewood is a Good City” (#134)
Tod was commissioned to write a theme song for Lakewood, Ca for the Los Coyotes Olympics.

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“Lakewood (The Time of Your Life)”(#134)
Tod’s second attempt at writing a theme song for the city of Lakewood.

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“Largest Leprechaun I Ever Saw “(#108)
Why you shouldn’t fight the Irish on St. Patty’s Day.

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“Bad Day” (#99)
The terrible day Tod documented in his diary back in 1992 might actually be the exact day that Ice Cube rapped about in his classic jam “Good Day.” So, Tod re-wrote Ice Cube’s classic to reflect on his not-so good day.

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“Oh Shit, It’s Christmas” (#89)
Christmas is not without its faults.

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“Occupy Lakewood” (#86)
Tod, accompanied by his congo player Tariq, debuts his spoken-word poem at the Occupy Lakewood protest.

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“Politics on Facebook” (#71)
Tod’s take on folks who fight about politics on social networking sites.

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“It’s Been a Good Year” (#50 pt. 1)
Tod, Buck and Elliott drop a few rhymes on the best and worst moments of Far Out! Season One.

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“I Like Turtles” (#??)
Title pretty much sums it up.

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“Doo Doo Balloon (The Butt Hash Song)” (#27)
Tod sings a song detailing his entry into the dark, dark world of butt hash addiction.

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“Boxing Day” (#23)
Tod’s confused ode to the Canadian holiday sung to a familiar melody.

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“The Visitors — “Earthling Bitch in Iowa” (#13)
The gang debuts a love song from a alien group known as The Visitors.

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“Semi” (#3)
Tod’s ode to the Victoria’s secret Catalog.

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UNRELEASED STUFF

“Give it Up for Africa (Outtakes)” (#192)

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