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The No Talent Ass Clowns performed their new song “I Finished, Now Get Out!” on The Doug Fredericks Show recently. It was an amazing performance, given that the band seldom allows fans into their concert arenas anymore.

“This song is really a tender love ballad,” said front man Lars Gunblade. “I’ve heard that a lot of people will be playing ‘I Finished, Now Get Out!’ at high school proms this spring. I can see that! I really can. If I was a chick, I’d wanna do it after hearing this song. I mean, guys, I’m helping you out here. This song is better than a bottle of whiskey, although obviously that helps as well. So, you’re welcome.”

Unfortunately, some horrible people have posted this video under titles like “Worst Rock Band Ever” as shown above, which only serves to infuriate the band. “Hey, we’re awesome,” says Gunblade. “I’m sorry if some people can’t see that.”

Doug Fredericks Show Isn’t Popular With The Band

“Normally, we wouldn’t do bullshit daytime shows like the f*cking Doug Fredericks Show,” said guitarist Vas Defrens. “However, Doug Fredericks has some incriminating photos of our manager Jerry Gold so we got roped into playing. Fortunately, Doug’s assistant was some foxy Swedish chick who was seriously into leather so it all worked out pretty well. We did it on the desk in Doug’s office right after the broadcast. Turns out his office has no curtains or blinds so the people in the building across the street got the best live sex show on the planet, if I may say so.”

Host Doug Fredericks of The Doug Fredericks Show is no fan of the group but wanted them on his show anyway. “The Ass Clowns really pull in the ultra perverts. And I need to reach that demographic,” said the aging host after the show. “The band left my green room in shambles. I can’t believe what pigs these guys are. And that song of theirs was disgusting. The only good thing to come out of it was that my assistant, Gretchen, finally let me make sweet love to her later in the evening after the broadcast. I guess that song may have played a part, I don’t know.”