Self Parody Biography
You might be wondering -
- "Why am I here?"
- "Why am I visiting this site?"
- "What is the motivation of Self Parody"
- "Isn't this band Tragic Something?"
- "I've listened to the songs and I don't get it. Is there more?"
- "Is there less?"
- "Where is my left testicle?"
- "Do I even have testicles... Am I not a woman?"
- "A man?"
- "Maybe both..."
For all of your questions I can't provide the answers. I can only describe to you who Self-Parody is and where it came from?
Self-Parody was born in the summer of 2002 after the break-up of the new Jersey band Tragic Something (well -- more like a break-up of that band and the unification of the monster rock band Third Frequency). Finding a need to record and play whatever he wanted, no matter how bizarre or perverse, Third Frequency guitarist Winston Campbell formed the one-man band Self-Parody. Aimed to provide music that entertains and slightly annoys, Self-Parody is mainly an expression of boredom that permeates today's society. In his North Brunswick, NJ home Winston has tackled the complexities of recording in a living room environment where the telephone can ring at any time and require a total re-recording of vocals. You may ask, why not take the telephone off the hook or unhook it from the jack. Well, it's not that simple.
Actually at this point in the bio, I find it pointless to continue. if you are looking for more information about this band, do nothing. Doing nothing will give you more information. You don't understand? Well, that's the point, isn't it. Goodbye and have a nice life and death.
- Richard Dean Anderson, April 10, 2003