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The Twelve Days of Cranqmas - The Really Good Pot Roast & Dr. Cranquis
Hannukah is over, and Christmas is around the corner. But forget all of that. Today is CRANQMAS DAY!
The Twelve Days of Cranqmas is a collaboration between The Really Good Pot Roast, the ever festive Dr. Cranquis, and a host of Cranquistadors! It’s also the first track on the new Really Good Pot Roast holiday EP ‘A Really Good Holiday’!
Download ‘A REALLY GOOD HOLIDAY’ from Bandcamp, including Christmas Dinner and The Twelve Days of Cranqmas, for FREE! Click here, people! Download the whole EP for FREE and get a copy of the liner notes with all the lyrics, a glossary of terms, thanks yous to the Cranquistadors, and a special note from Dr. Cranquis! AND IT’S FREE!
In the spirit of the season, this EP our gift to you.
-Rob and Mark, The Really Good Pot Roast
Time to slop a ladle of egg-nog into a (clean) emesis basin and listen to some Cranqmas music. Enjoy, Cranquistadors!
There’s only 12 days until Christmas — I’m gonna go ahead and claim them as the 12 Days of Cranqmas. And here’s the official theme song — someone dies in it!
The best part of Friday the 13th is the 12 days of Cranqmas that follow.
Merry Cranqmas from the boys in The Really Good Pot Roast
Twenty-Four Pounds - The Really Good Pot Roast
Ever since Dr. Cranquis posted this article we’ve been messaging with him back and forth about how best to tackle it as a song. Not a groundbreaking movement, but a fun little tune. This is our #1 song about #2.
Anybody have any more poop jokes before we move on?
Enjoy the pool!
Who-Gives-A-Shit & the Rats Asses.
The Really Good Pot Roast has written a theme for my tumblr. When asked what kind of music I enjoy, I shrieked, “‘80s Synth Pop!!!!” Yeah, they did it right. This is just awesome. I’m listening and head bobbing with my eyes closed, thinking all sorts of meaningful things.
I have made the album artwork the f*cking flower that I would really like teenage girls who are into “boho” to stop reblogging. That f*cking flower now has over 14,000 notes, is being used by some UK internet shop (without my permission), is several people’s avatars, and is the bane of my internet existence. It’s like people haven’t really thought about the whole Georgia O’Keefe “sometimes a flower isn’t just a flower” thing.
Seriously guys, this is awesome. I’m giggling and bouncing over here.
And finally, another theme song, this time for the awesome Lady of the House. Check back with us soon for updates on our theme song album to be released on Bandcamp!
MARK: At a free concert with my wife. It's a blues band. Decent bar band. The guitarist has a gorgeous Gretch hollow body, but seems rough as a lead. He's unplugged himself twice mid-song.
MARK: Picture me trying to solo with a blues band. There you go.
As Dr. Cranquis and the Really Good Pot Roast sat around a dimly lit table on a snowy night at Cranquis’ Fortress of Cranquitude to write our holiday opus, The Twelve Days of Cranqmas, we joked about med students and how they tend to take over in teaching hospitals. Someone, I don’t recall who, said, ‘It’s like an inquisition. And no one expects the Med Student Inquisition.‘ A silence followed as we realized the ramifications of these words. We nodded, and set about finishing the work at hand, knowing full well that a new task had just begun.
Today, in honor of Dr. Cranquis’ 50,000 follower milestone*, we present to you a new addition of The Cranqsterpiece Theater, featuring the voice talents of The Lady of the House, the guys from the Really Good Pot Roast, and the start of the show himself, Dr. Cranquis.
Listen with limited commercial interruption, and enjoy!
And now for something completely different.
*Dr. Cranquis is still a little bit away from 50k, but we were late with all the other milestones, so this balances out.
Mumbled Gripes (Remix) - The Really Good Pot Roast
A while ago, we wrote a theme song for Dr. Cranquis. We’ve decided to give it a remix and repost for 2 reasons. One, we’ve been working on theme songs recently in advance of our upcoming Tumblr Theme song Compilation with all proceeds going to the Red Cross. Two, as a teaser for an upcoming Cranquis Project celebrating his soon-to-be 50,000th follower. And three - we have 3 reasons for the repost. One, Tumblr themes project, Two, Cranquis 50K project, Three, gives us more practice with our new mastering software, and Four shameless self-promotion of previous albums, DAMN! We have 4 reasons for this post which have been listed in my previous sentence.
Mumbled Gripes, The Official Dr. Cranquis Theme, appeared on our album You Have Died of Dysentery. CLICK HERE to visit BandCamp and download all of our albums for free!