Listen free to The Arrogant Worms – C'est Cheese (Sam, the Guy From 'Quincy', Kill the Dog Next Door and more). C'est Cheese" is the third album by the musical comedy troupe The Arrogant Worms. It is the only album where both Chris Patterson and John Whytock appear. The album title is a pun on the phrase "Say Cheese!" and if "translated" from French simply means "It's Cheese". Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Album · 1995 · 15 Songs. C'est Cheese Arrogant Worms. Listen on Apple Music.
C'est Cheese Tracklist. 1. Sam, The Guy From Quincy Lyrics. 2. Kill The Dog Next Door Lyrics. 3. Lonely Lab Of Broken Hearts Lyrics. 5. History Is Made By Stupid People Lyrics.
C'est Cheese - Студийный альбом от The Arrogant Worms. В альбом вошло 15 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 40:23. History Is Made by Stupid People. 7. The Arrogant Worms. The Happy Happy Birthday Song. 8. Sex, Drugs & RRSPs.
Features Song Lyrics for Arrogant Worms's C'est Cheese album. Arrogant Worms - C'est Cheese Album Lyrics.
C'est Cheese by Arrogant Worms, released 17 July 1995 1. Sam, the Guy from Quincy 2. Kill the Dog Next Door 3. Lonely Lab of Broken Hearts 4. Sex, Drugs & RRSPs 5. History is Made by Stupid People 6. My Voice is Changing 7. Proud to be a Banker 8. Horizon 9. The Happy Happy Birthday Song 10. Dangerous 11. The Mountie Song 12. Dog Food Woman 13. Mounted Animal Nature Trail 14. A Real Letter from a Real Yahoo 15. Let There Be Guns Cheese greets the palate with a crisp taste but a subtle bouquet
The Arrogant Worms is the self-titled debut album of the Canadian comedy music group The Arrogant Worms. It was released in 1992. It was the only album to include bassist Steve Wood, who left the band afterwards. The role of bass would be taken over by John Whytock, and later by Chris Patterson. The Last Saskatchewan Pirate". Don't Go Into Politics". The Canadian Crisis Song".
C'est Cheese, the third studio album of the Arrogant Worms, kept delivering fresh ideas for their biting satire. The band makes fun of the over-rational scientist who takes himself much too serious ("Lonely Lab of Broken Hearts"), the aging and super-rich rock star ("Sex, Drugs and RRSP's," containing the hilarious slogan "rock & roll and real estate will never die"), or the Canadian police ("The Mountie Song," mocking "my horse couldn't catch up with a golfing cart").