This is a two album set covering the second part of my career, full of my most popular tracks from my 6th through 9th CDs which are all out of print. It has 32 tracks, including "Grease Wars", "You Don't Know Jack", "Battlestar Rhapsody", "BACON!", "My Favorite Part", "Vader Boy", "Too Much Stuff", and many more that made Dr. Demento's Funny Five and year-end countdowns. It's over 2 1/2 hours of music, an excellent continuation of the comedy music career of the great Luke Ski.
Note: This collection actually was released on March 9th, 2015, but I listed it here as August 14th, 2009 because that's where the written material on this collection fits within my career chronologically.
Includes unlimited streaming of Greatest Hits Volume 2: 2004-2009
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
The degree to which this song is based on the truth of my life is more than I feel comfortable admitting. This song could also be about you or someone you know. If it is, seek counseling. Also note that I make four separate references to four different Jim Henson productions for no reason whatsoever. Can you spot them?
"the great Luke Ski" is The Dr. Demento Show's most requested artist of the 21st Century. His parodies and original songs
about pop-culture have made him a favorite performer at fandom conventions all across the country. Founding member of The Funny Music Project, aka 'the FuMP' .com .
Luke Ski is an animation Storyboarder, Writer, & Voice-Over Actor.
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