Many years ago they had tried to exorcise the demon. But it never had worked. Still they were possessed. Now he's back for another game.
Freaks of Nature
Band : The Retsej
Genre : Comedy
Good beat , voice sounds evil , almost like a mad scientist .Funny , very funny lyrics.
- zonicburn from Grand Gorge , New York on 10Sep2007
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You got it - a slimy male character - sounds good. It can make it in a movie. I like it - HakanS from Beddingestrand , Sweden on 5Jan2008
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Freaks of Nature
Band: The Retsej
My Very Own Girl Monster
Fourteen minutes of Frankenstein! Wow.
As for a critical review for the songwriter's benefit, this comic piece does develop from the broad Frankenstein statements ( that we all know), into intricate details that Mel Brooks could never even imagine.
I love it when the Monster goes to college! Here is where the writer comments on our society, and the song takes on a multi-level theme. The vocalist keeps in character for the entire song, with a great at specific points, for emphasis.
When the songwriter compares himself to his monster at 4:00, signing him up for an Internet Dating Service with "switched parts", it really caught my interest.
While the production is obviously synthesized, it fits the entire "mechanical/electric" theme of the song, so I think it was a good choice of accompaniment.
I would have preferred to hear a verse/chorus/ bridge format, instead of a rambling "folk" style of storytelling. But that's just me.
Inventing his "sexual" female monster at 7:03 added another layer to the story yet, the melody remains the same. The chord structure is getting repetitious at this point, but I listen for more of these entertaining lyrics.
The phrase in the outro, "I wish she wasn't so ugly, but thanks for loving me anyway" was a perfect wrap for this tune. Happy Halloween! Blast this song from your house this October and I bet you won't be bothered by those silly kids at your door.
-Anchor from Nashville & Hollywood, Almost Heaven on 29Aug2007