No Talent Ass Clowns Release New CD in Mono

Posted: 18th November 2010 by Lucky in From the Archives


Say Hello To My Posterior

Say hello… to mono! No Talent Ass Clown fans are shocked. Instead of slick production techniques in fancy studios, legendary rock band The No Talent Ass Clowns choose to produce Say Hello to My Posterior in mono.

“We were going for like zero separation, man!” says Ass Clowns front man, Lars Gunblade.

Fans have been less enthusiastic. The album has one of the highest negative ratings ever recorded for a music CD. No, Not There! Records has said that all reissues will be in stereo. “It was a dumb idea and we let Lars call the shots. That’s not gonna happen again,” says Rocco Cisco, president of No, Not There! Records.

“Rocco ain’t releasing this album in stereo!” says guitarist Vas Defrens. “We destroyed the stereo tracks. Suck it, Rocco!”

Meanwhile, the band is enjoying the “Say Hello to My Posterior” tour. “We have an image of a huge ass behind us on stage. We come on stage by crawling out of the butthole. It’s awesome,” says drummer Joey Van Dundro. “The funny thing is, fans are disappointed that we can’t play the songs from the CD on stage in mono!”

  1. Big John says:

    Never heard of this band. They sound crappy.

    • Filbert says:

      crappy would be a compliment. Watch the blow chunks ballet video on this website. it’s all the proof you need of the no talent ass clowns’ awfulness.

  2. Meat Pants says:

    Best. CD. Ever.

  3. Skip Bitchly says:

    I hate The No Talent Ass Clowns and I hate this album. I cannot recommend it highly enough even though it is terrible. Every time I see them in concert, I am shocked how bad they are. I’ve seen them on their US and world tours and it doesn’t matter. They still suck. I also found that The No Talent Ass Clowns thong doesn’t fit me very well. Stick with the No Talent Ass Clowns concert t-shirt. But once again, these guys suck!

  4. Buford Picklefeather says:

    I played Say Hello To My Posterior for my family and they disowned me. I think they prefer CDs in stereo.