- Worf’s Revenge
- The U.S.S. Make Shit Up
- The Sexy Data Tango
- Screw The Okampa (I wanna go home)
When not writing songs about hacking up his Ex-lover’s lovers or off-ing the man upstairs Voltaire spends a lot of time at SCI FI conventions. Usually he is promoting his comic books and Chi-Chian animated series but we all know he really just goes to them in the hopes of picking up a new Starfleet uniform or that hard to get, limited edition Tribble! Voltaire, you see, is an avid Star Trek fan (even stating in an interview on the Sci Fi Channel show “Exposure” that his dream in life is to play a Vulcan!).
One night after one if his shows at Dragon Con in Atlanta, he was invited to sit in on a “filk” session. Filk apparently is a convention phenomenon where musicians sing songs that have sci fi lyrics transplanted over recognizable folk melodies. He says, “There I was hearing these songs about Star Trek and I thought, damn! now, why didn’t I think of this?! My love for music and obsession with Star Trek collided and I started to write Star Trek parody songs.” At first he would play them in his solo acoustic shows at conventions and later recorded them and posted them on MP3.COM where they quickly rose up the comedy charts. Now they are available on Banned on Vulcan, a limited edition Maxi CD of Star Trek parody songs.
Banned on Vulcan contains solo acoustic versions of 4 Star Trek parody songs including the hysterical Worf’s Revenge: a Klingon rap that explains once and for all why Worf is the Mac Dad of the Klingon Empire. The USS Make Sh*t Up is about that pivotal moment in EVERY episode of EVERY Star Trek series where when finding themselves up against insurmountable odds the crew starts “making sh*t up!” (Bounce a graviton particle beam off the main deflector dish… etc…) The Sexy Data Tango really crosses the line describing what it’s like having sex with Data! And it’s written in Star Trek jargon! “Lower your shields and spread your necells to make room for his craft, while he thrusts his Delta Flyer into your big, fat, juicy aft!” and Screw The Okampa (I want to go home) serves as a campfire song for disgruntled crew members on Voyager who hate Janeway for stranding them in the delta quadrant. If you are fan of Star Trek AND love raunchy humor, then this is the disc for you!