"A collection of 12 songs by eight different performers. Selections include funny blues, folk music, rap and a Gilbert & Sullivan Parody . . . Four songs were recorded for the first time, especially for the album. Most of the other selections were previously available only on rare, hard-to-find albums . . . This is the first album for computer fans." --Computer Currents
"A great new tape!" --Dr. Demento
"It's 12 very funny--some in fact hilarious--songs . . . This is a sure thing!" --New Book Bulletin
"Some of the most hilarious songs about electronic technology I've ever heard." --Steven H. Leibson, EDN Magazine
Please, Mr. Compatibility - Tom Payne: Mr. Payne is a computer troubleshooter. Some horror stories in this song are actual requests he's received!
I Built a Better Model than the One at Data General - Tom Payne: This sounds like Gilbert & Sullivan's "Modern Major General," but the words are not what you expect!
Stuck Here - Frank Hayes: Can programmers cram a human's know-how into a computer? Here's a hilarious possible result.
Threes - Frank Hayes: "Bad news comes in threes," they say. Have you ever been part of a dog and pony show? Then you know client demos equal more than three things wrong.
S-100 Bus - Frank Hayes: When the S-100 Bus was first announced, experts proclaimed it a computing standard for all time. Boy, were they wrong! Now it is merely a musical memory.
Uncle Ernie's Used Computers' Babbage's Birthday Bargain Bash - Steve Savitzky: A singing lampoon of tacky computer store ads.
Mushrooms - Steve Savitzky: If you've ever worked for an awful boss, this song's for you! Not suitable for radio airplay.
Engineer's Rap - Hard Drive: This rap song won The Gong Show twice.
Killer-Byte Blues - Orrin Star: Mr. Star describes this song as "Computer lingo meets blues music."
Do It Yourself (You Can Build a Mainframe from the Things You Have at Home) - Bill Sutton: How YOU can turn your trash into a powerful computer--and clean your attic at the same time!
Unfortunately, The Funniest Computer Songs is sold out. No more copies will be manufactured. It was never released on CD, only as a cassette. Sometimes you can find a copy for sale on eBay or on half.com. This page is provided only for historical interest.