June 14, 2006

Newdow's new album

UPDATE (10:27am): Welcome, The Corner readers!

As we showed yesterday, atheist extraordinaire Michael Newdow is a musician! And, we were fortunate to get a glimpse of his new album:

Apparently, this disc is chock full of 80s cover songs as evidenced by the track listing:

1. "Save a Prayer (Until I Sue Your Ass)" (Duran Duran)
2. "Livin' on a Prayer (But Not in America)" (Bon Jovi)
3. "Papa Don't Preach on Public Property" (Madonna)
4. "Addicted to Lawsuits" (Robert Palmer)
5. "Church of the Litigant's Mind" (Culture Club)
6. "Do They Know It's Christmas? (They Won't After I'm Done)" (Band Aid)
7. "(Futile) Faith" (George Michael)
8. "Heaven is a Place on Earth (Not if I Can Help it)" Belinda Carlisle
9. "Promised You a Miracle (And You Fell for It)" (Simple Minds)
10. "Sister Non-Denomination" (Night Ranger)

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"God" (John Lennon)

Posted by: Mary M. at June 14, 2006 10:20 AM

"The Damned Don't Cry (Gotcha! No-one Is "Damned"!)" (Visage)

OK, it's a little obscure - definitely not an "'80's Great Hit" - but it kinda fits the theme.

Posted by: Bob at June 14, 2006 11:27 AM

On the import of the cd is the bonus track 'Have a little faith in me (to litigate your ass)' origianlly done by john hiatt on his 1987 'bring the family' album

Posted by: cardinals fan at June 14, 2006 11:45 AM

It's in latin, but "Kyrie Eleison (down the road of lawsuits I must travel - except for that Kyrie part)"

Posted by: rabidwolfe at June 14, 2006 01:06 PM

Fantastic! Thank the Corner at NRO for publicizing this album.

Since Newdow doesn't like "In God We Trust", maybe he'll accept quatloos in payment for a copy of his greatest (legal) hits?

Posted by: Mark Soper at June 14, 2006 02:22 PM

"Dear God" by XTC. He won't even have to change the lyrics - they're bitter enough as they stand.

Posted by: michael andreyakovich at June 14, 2006 04:42 PM

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