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February 06, 2007

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Art

Awesome! First track is down thou

paul kemp

Track 1 is missing :(

Station Manager Ken


Fixing the link to track 1 now...

-ken

Stuart

Now I've got a valentines day present for my girlfriend!

Stuart

Now I've got a Valentines day present for my girlfriend, thanks a lot!

rushomancy

I think Amish teens have porn too. You know, "rumspringa" and all that.

Also, from that article about teens "accidentally" finding porn online:

"The remaining third who said they sought out pornography were more likely to be teenaged boys who also used file-sharing programs to download images, talked online to strangers about sex, used the Internet at friends' homes, or possibly suffered from depression."

Wait, WHAT? Did they fly in the last part of that sentence from another article or something?

illlich

This reminds me of that "Love is a Heart On" LP from roughly the same era, albeit not as "hard rock" as that LP tried to be.

bartelby

Granted it's all over Google News, but I'm suprised to see no mention of the "Astronaut Love Triangle."

corey

i also highly recommend alice in wonderland, another porn from the 70's. brilliant plot spun off of the book, suddenly it's a musical, and outrageous characters, scenes, bad puns, etc. amazing.

alan

i actually own this record. i thought i was the only one.

Dan

I can't believe you have this posted. I musical directed this show in 2 cities in the late 70's. Amazing experience. However, the recording you have posted is not the original version. There was a song on the original called "The Cunnalingus Champion Of Company C". A GREAT number in the style of Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy from Company C". Earl Wilson was in a lawsuit over this song and they had to take it out of the show and off the recording. Enjoy.

Fatherflot

Don't forget about the 1976 XXX parody/tribute film, "Let My Puppets Come" http://www.bloodandsleaze.com/letmypuppetscome.html

"This short little oddity will probably be of particular interest to horror/exploitation fans (mostly the latter). First and
foremost, it's well made and extremely funny, but it also has many notable players from various areas of the
underbelly of the American film industry. It's directed by Gerard Damiano, who had previously given the world to of
the most well known porno films ever, Deep Throat and The Devil in Miss Jones (Deep Throat is still the highest
grossing XXX film of all time, exceeding $600 million since 1972). It features a cast made up almost entirely of
puppets doing terrible, terrible things long before The Marquis and Meet the Feebles (which are both excellent
films in their own right). To top it all off it features performances from the legendary publisher of Screw magaizine, Al
Goldstein, and not one but three veterans of Bloodsucking Feaks - Lynnete Sheldon, Viju Krem, and the indelible
Luis De Jesus! Really, these people aren't in it too much, most of the film is entirely puppets, who are given
humorous 'porno' names themselves. One of the singing groups here is called The Kuntz."

Martin Laplante

There was a french canadian version lp of that musical called "Laissez venir le monde".I think it was lead by singer Robert Leroux,and it was released around 1979 or so.Never heard it ,though.It was quite a flop and went unnoticed at the time

eBay Auctionatrix Wendy

Don't we have this in the "auction on eBay" box of goodies? I guess I better post it tomorrow and take advantage of this unbelievable hype.
But everybody, if I'm wrong about it, don't go getting all pissed.

David Bruce

I never thought I'd see/hear this one again! Thanks... but, track one (1) still isn't working as of today (02/19/07).

Nick

Track 1 is dead again!

goose

...and the link for track 1 is up again.

crazyness...

David Bruce

THANKS for reposting track 1 -- it works now. You guys rock!

Mèden O. Zephyr

According to RockyMusic (http://www.rockymusic.org/mp3scat/letmypeoplecome/) 'Whatever Turns You on' and 'The Cunnilingus Champion of Company C' are one and the same. I can confirm, having applied eyes and ears to this track, both of which support this claim as both tracks are the same length and do indeed sound identical. So the (slightly more) offending track is included on the record, only under a different name than that to which Dan is used. 'Whatever Turns You on' is sampled at a higher bit-rate, so is probably the one that people want to download over the other.

Neal

The correct track for Whatever Turns You On is not on this site.
After Cunnilingus Champion of Company C was sued out of existence a limited number of a second version of the Cast Album were made .

The out take of Whatever Turns You On , omitted from the original release for time constraints replaced Cunnilingus Champion of Company C on the second version.

The original album jacket of which there are many more in existence has the title Cunnilngus Champion of Company C where the track appears.

The images are from the second version
The tracks are from the first
The Bonus track as it now stands is redundant .
Whatever Turns You On MP3 is still missing.

Andre Bajan

Hi,I seen the show in Montreal but sold my album ,where can i get another or perhaps the show on video?

Where did this play premiere. It might have been on Bleecker

Paul

There seems to be a lot of misinformation about CC of Company C. I was in the tour and off-Broadway revival, so here's what I got from the people who were involved with it. The composer was sued for copywright infringement by whoever controlled Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B. Was it MCA? Well, whoever it was got their noses out of joint that a parody (a legal use of songs, see "Forbidden Broadway") was written especially with an explicit sexual bent. The judge was very conservative and they could tell that it probably wasn't going to be decided in favor of the composer and the show. They were right. Wilson had to pay out a lot of money while he appealed the ruling. He eventually was successful in getting the infringement suit tossed. While on tour three of us were rehearsing the number to be put back into the show, but Wilson decided the whole incident was too tiring to go through again, so we stopped rehearsing it. It is again included in the cast album (though it was dropped for awhile). Whatever Turns You On is a completely different song and sounds nothing like CC of Co.C. I'm Gay is a soft-rock ballad that has no punk sound in it at all. I'm baffled as to the punk reference.

Paul

To the questions above: The show premiered at the Village Gate on Bleecker Street. It later moved to the Morosco Theatre for a short Broadway run. The show played in various cities until a sit-down company was put in Philadephia by Philip Roger Roy (with new staging by Otto Maximillian). This was the company that was brought by Roy to Toronto, where it became the longest running musical revue in Canadian history. It was revived in 1983 at the Carter Theatre in Times Square for a short-lived run. That was produced by Bernard Jay (Divine's agent and manager) with the Maximillian staging.

The album has been available on ebay, it has not been transfered to CD; there is no known video recording of the show. The producers were in negotiation with the Playboy channel back in the mid-80's to film our production in Philadelphia, but because of less than adequate compensation our cast declined to participate in the production.

GRAHAME WHITE

GREAT TO SEE A LINK TO THIS SHOW....I WAS IN THE LONDON SHOW FROM 1975 UNTIL ITS CLOSURE IN SUMMER 77...I JOINED IT WHEN I WAS JUST 21 AND IT WAS A BLAST...EVERYTHINHG I DID AFTER THAT WAS DREARY TO SAY THE LEAST...MOST OF ALL DESPITE THE SUPPOSED SLEAZINESS OF THE SHOW IT WAS INCREDIBLY PROFESSIONAL AND EVERY BODY TOOK IT VERY SERIOUSLY....WHILST IT WAS RUNNING ,ENGLAND WAS IN A PRETTY BAD RECESSION IN LONDON VERY GOOD SHOWS WERE COMING OFF AFTER SHORT RUNS SO WE THE CAST WERE QUITE SMUG AS WE STILL MADE UP OUR AUDIENCES EVERY NIGHT AND WOULD SAY WE SEE THEM OPEN WE SEE THEM CLOSE AND WE ARE STILL HERE THEY WERE WONDERFUL TIMES

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