Girls Gone Raunchy is a compilation of songs by Virginia Ham, exotic dancer and Doctor of Musicology. While attending the University of Louisiana, she financed her education by headlining at Johnny's Jugs Emporium, a local gentleman's club. Virginia also did extensive research on the Uti Uti tribe in the South Pacific. Dr. Ham noted the natives would sing humorous ditties while cavorting like bunnies to the erotic beats being played by young, naked, pubescent boys. It was at Johnny's that she documented the tribal beats of her co-workers laments, which are mixed with the music of the Uti Uti in this latest album. A world-renowned pole jockeys anthem is "I Love the Penis", used by lap dancers nationwide. Assisted by her world-famous husband, Dick Grande, of Raunchiest Bar Room Songs fame, Dr. Ham has crafted an album that is destined to make it into the Smithsonian as a fine example of psycho-sexual commentary. Girls Gone Raunchy is a combination of the outrageously funny with down-and-dirty raunch.
For Adults Only. Explicit language. Must be 18 years of age to purchase.
From profane performer Dick "The King of Raunchy" Grande (quotes perhaps his own) and his wife, Virginia Ham (an exotic dancer by night), comes the pair’s latest noteworthy contribution to the world of entertainment.
In Girls Gone Raunchy, enjoy such sweetly sung soliloquies like "I Love the Penis" - a tender songs that expresses appreciation for the subject in all its fun shapes and sizes. Listeners might also enjoy a nice ballad that expresses a similarly fond sentiment about "the butt".
Needless to say, this one is for listeners of a certain age and temperament.
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