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Songs have been an important factor in Blank history. Here is a treasury of the songs. This is a heap of songs that I can recall and their origins, history, and how they rank in my (Brad's) opinion. Many have been forgotten, unfortunately, but these are the ones I remember. Please not that these songs were made in good fun, and to the layman, are pieces of crap. But we think they are funny, so they stay.

To listen to the classic Blank Club Anthem (fully orchestrated) click here.

To read a full archive of the following songs' lyrics, go do Blank Club Song Lyrics


The Soundtrack

The background music to the epic Woofy stories told at Kieve. Sung at the spur of the moment by Brad and Evan, the song was all but forgotten as early as two months later. Fortunately, Joey preserved the song by creating a midi file with Noteworthy Composer. To this day, General Subwoofer fails to acknowledge that the song ever existed.

  • 3.5 out of 5

Beluga Bears

A timeless classic, this song has beat, style, and FUNK! In all seriousness, this song is one of the best songs in Blank. Written by Jesse Aicher, this song was made in the glory days of the Brad and Jesse band, while our band made everyone really jealous.

  • 4.5 out of 5

Imoni, Quelque Fois, en Dieu

Gregorian Chants among us! This song was the best of the chants that Brad made. It is like one of those old school chants the monks used to do; only this one has more French influence. Actually, the Gregorian monks may be French. Oh, I don't know! Go look it up if you want to be annoying and prove the guy who most consider: The Greatest Man ever to walk the Earth, Time Magazine, and Simply beyond all reckoning yet conceived USA Today.

  • 4 out of 5

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

This is the best in my excellent in my opinion. Jesse and Doug wrote it in 2001, (to the best of my knowledge). It revolves (incredibly loosely around the plot of the book of the same name) and has a great chorus that I usually get to sing. Hurray! Eugapae!

  • 5 out of 5

Mr. Q's Secret Laboratory

This is a stranger song that talks about a secret lab owned by Mr. Q. So, it isn't very descriptive, but for some reason, people like it (probably because of the uber deep voice I sing it in). Brad made this song shortly after he wrote Mr. Q lore.

  • 4.5 out of 5


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Sunday River

This little song was made by Brad and Jesse during the Brad and Jesse Band era. It was meant to ridicule Evan during the pre- Blank club conundrum. Anyway the song involves Evan falling into Sunday River, something about a magic elixir, and a whale. Most of the original lyrics have been forgotten, including some degrading stuff about Evan. It was pretty stupid, until only a revised version of the chorus was made, making it less stupid, but still not that great. At least it doesn't rag on Evan anymore.

  • 2.5 out of 5.

All of Evan and Luke Bands Songs

These songs were just...TOTALLY STUPID. I'm sorry, but these songs were annoying and you must bear an incredible amount of pain to listen. What were these songs anyway? Well, they were Weird Al parodies. Good idea, right? WRONG! First, Weird Al's songs are parodies themselves, so it's stupid. Second, the Evan and Luke songs had terrible lyrics.

  • 0 out of 5
  • Fun fact- Evan and Luke fought about who would have more rights to the songs! HA HA HA!


Accounts differ about these songs. Evan does not ever remember this.

If Cows could Fly

This Nouveau- Gospel song made by Brad during the Brad and Jesse Band era. This song was smooth and melodic, and got stuck in your head really easily. It also had some joke stuff about Evan. But it's all in good fun. Evan eats Pigskin, and it is only true' Anyway, it's a great song, and one of my favourites.

  • 5 out of 5.

Fallin' in a Tub of Lard

Inspired by the fact that in the early 1900's, hard labourers often fell into boiling vats of lard, Brad and Jesse wrote a song about it. It doesn't have many lyrics, but it has an all right beat. Its all historic, too!

  • 4 out of 5


No is the newest song, It has a catchy beat, but the lyrics were a bit lacking. It was made after Brad said the word No

  • 3 out of 5

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