The TheDean! Show

The TheDean! Show is a podcast hosted by TheDean! (and a co-host).
Current segments include: Bad Advice; Looking Out My Window; No-Probs McGrobs; 'See, this is why i hate people'; Media discussion (TV, DVDs, games, books, etc); Front Page News (a witty look at newspaper headlines); plus: general banterous chat; interviews with musical guests; and new original music created by TheDean!

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Sunday, 31 July 2011

We R'nt Who We Were

Sixteenth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the Ke$ha song We R Who We R, using a MIDI version of that song with lyrics about John Locke and Personal Identity.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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You can find all parodies at archive.org/details/PhilosophicalParodies

Saturday, 30 July 2011

Superstar Socrates

Fifthteenth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the The View song Superstar Tradesman, using a vocal-removed version of that song since no MIDI exists, with and lyrics about Socrates.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Friday, 29 July 2011

Philosopher Girl

Fourteenth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the Steve Earle and Sharon Shannon song Galway Girl, using a MIDI of that song with a piano intro, and lyrics about Sosipatra.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Thursday, 28 July 2011

Whole Lotta Plato

Thirteenth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the AC/DC song Whole Lotta Rosie, using a MIDI of that song, and lyrics about the Complete Works fo Plato.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Hey, Hey, We're The Commies

Twelth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the Monkees theme song, using a MIDI of that song, and lyrics about Marxism.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Sunday, 24 July 2011

Breakfast In Heaven

Eleventh song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the Deep Blue Something song Breakfast At Tiffany's, using a MIDI of that song, and lyrics about the philosophical issue of Life after Death.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Friday, 22 July 2011

Give Me Back My God

Tenth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the Marty Stuart song Give Me Back My Heart (written by Marty Stuart and Steven Seagal specifically for the awesome film Fire Down Below), using the original song with vocals removed since no MIDI or karaoke versions exist; and lyrics about the ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus and his views on the problem of evil.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Aristotle Bop

Ninth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the Ramones song Blitzkreig Bop, using a MIDI of that song found at various free online sites, and lyrics about the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle and his views on the good life and akrasia.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Sunday, 17 July 2011

Question You

Eighth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the Bryan Adams song Run To You, using a MIDI of that song found at various free online sites, and lyrics about the super-awesome Socrates.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Thursday, 14 July 2011

Bentham One Morning

Seventh song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of the traditional English folk song Early One Morning, using a MIDI of that song found at various free online sites, and lyrics about Jeremy Bentham and Utilitarianism.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean! The chorus is a quote by Bentham.

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Monday, 11 July 2011

Keep A Stealin'

Sixth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of Little Richard's Keep A Knockin', using a karaoke version of that song found at various free online sites, and lyrics about Hobbes and his state of man.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Friday, 8 July 2011

Humey Coochie Man

Fifth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of Muddy Waters' Hoochie Coochie Man, using a MIDI of that song found at various free online MIDI sites, and lyrics about David Hume and his binding problem.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Tuesday, 5 July 2011

More Than An Essay

Fourth song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of Boston's More Than An Essay, using a MIDI of that song found at various free online MIDI sites.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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Saturday, 2 July 2011

Leibniz's Law

Third song in the Philosophical Parody series, it's a parody of Judas Priest's Breaking the Law, using a MIDI of that song found at various free online MIDI sites, and with lyrics about Gottfreid Leibniz's Law.
Lyrics and vocals by TheDean!

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You can find all parodies at archive.org/details/PhilosophicalParodies