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Hellbound Train
  • Artist: Rev. Silas T. Sasquatch
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479170010
  • Item #: SRD917001
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 9/20/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Hellbound Train on CD

If you have any kind of a sense of humor about religion then Sasquatch is your kind of preacher. If you're looking for some laughs at the expense of just about every significant religious order then you have come to the right place because Sasquatch is happy ridiculing all of them. You can hear the good Reverend explaining the Big Bang and how God put just a little too much gunpowder in the load and you can hear him talk about intelligent design. For example, what's intelligent in the design of an elephant. They're cute and all that but what do they do apart from walking around the jungle eating trees and squishing natives. That's not intelligent design. It has nothing to do with it. The problem, you see, is that God had an intelligent design committee working on these things but the first thing it designed was whiskey. So the committee would sit around doing shots and designing animals and that's how they came up with the elephant. If you haven't bailed out by now then you're in the right place. Check out the CD. You'll like it. Reverend Sasquatch produces an audio parody each evening or as soon as he gets around to it the next morning and more than eighty of them have gone out so far. The 'Hellbound Train' CD contains the first fifteen broadcasts exactly as they were originally transmitted.