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Anthems for the Excommunicated

Delighted to announce December 1st sees the release of Anthems for the Excommunicated, my tricky second album.

I can think of no better Christmas pressie than a collector’s item, signed, first edition CD

Whether to confirm the unacceptable biases of your Brexit-voting uncle or infuriate your irritating, brainwashed nephew, Anthems for Excommunicated is surely the way to bring Christmas cheer to the all the family. Order your copies now.

With classics such as I’m Gonna Marry, Gary, Arise Sir Nigel and I Am a White Man and I’m Sorry, and, of course, the 2020 Remix of 17 Million Fuck-Offs – A Song About Brexit, what better stocking filler than a signed CD.

The official release date is December 1st. CDs are being duplicated as I write. Order your copy now and I will dispatch as soon as they arrive. Cost £12 including postage to the UK. If you want it dispatched outside the UK, can you email me first – frizzers at gmail.com And if you want to order multiple copies , please email me as well and I’ll cut you a deal.

If you want to go for a Full Monty and get a signed CD of Libertarian Love Songs as well, that’s £20 (email me if you want it sent outside the UK.

It’s a heck of an album, even thought I say so myself, and if you buy the CD you get a bonus track which doesn’t feature on Bandcamp or Spotify versions.

I thank you

I’m Gonna To Marry Gary

Featuring yours truly and various comics who mostly prefer to go by the name anon, except for John Fothergill (Mate 2) and Lewis Schaffer (Barry).

Music by Noah Fleetwood. Audio mixed by Wayne McIntyre.

LYRICS:

DOM:
I’ve fallen so in love with this girl
Her name is … Gary
My mates says say Gary isn’t actually a girl
I don’t care
I want to marry Gary
MATE 1:
Is this some kind of joke
Gary is a bloke
DOM:
I don’t care
I want to marry Gary
MATE 2:
This is just absurd
Gary’s not a bird
DOM
I don’t care
I want to marry Gary
DOM
Gary likes football and quizzes and going down the pub
And in the summer time she hangs out at the cricket club
I’m wanna marry Gary
MATE 1
Gary’s got a beard
You’re being very weird
DOM
I don’t care
I want to marry Gary
MATE 2:
She opens the batting
She looks like Mike Gatting
DOM
I don’t care
I wanna marry Gary
Gary’s having time off from her job. She’s a scaffolder
Cos at the weekend playing rugby, she dislocated her shoulder
MATE 1
You’re having a laugh
Gary plays scrum half
DOM
I don’t care
I want to marry Gary
MATE 2
Gary’s not a dame
The clue is in his name
DOM
I don’t care
I want to marry Gary
Gary likes steak and baked potato for her tea
And then she’ll watch a science programme on Discovery
I’m going to marry Gary
MATE 1:
Gary’s got a van
Gary is a man
DOM:
I don’t care
I want to marry Gary
MATE 2:
He’s got a hairy back
And a hairy sack
DOM
I don’t care
I’m going to marry Gary
Gary says gender is nothing more than a social construct
My mates say Gary’s talking out of her rectal duct
I’m going to marry Gary
MATE 1
It’s not hard to tell
This will not end well
DOM
I don’t care
I’m going to marry Gary
MATE 2
You’ll have a nasty shock
Gary’s got a cock
DOM
I don’t care
I’m going to marry Gary
MATE 1
We’ve been here before
Several times before)
DOM
I don’t care
BOTH MATES
There was your girlfriend Barry
And then before that Harry
And what became of Larry?
DOM:
I don’t care
Gary, Gary, Gary

Crony Capitalism Will Not Be Tolerated

Written and performed by Dominic Frisby
Directed by Alex McCarron and Goat
Edited by Goat
Keyboards Chad Lelong
Drums, bass and guitar Anon
Audio mixed by Wayne McIntyre
With
Aideen McQueen
Corey Lee-Koo
Thanks to Chris Snowden
h/t Gil Scott Herron

For your help crowdfunding these videos, I thank:
Craig Strachan, Motonori Kan (Wonduk Han), Julian Harding, Stephen Harker, Amanda Geyman, Peter Burke, Jim Mellon, William Reid, T Skottowe, Richard Calhoun, Andrew Willshire, Steve Poulton, Ian Paterson, David Sumner, Colin Esler, Louis Puente, Michael Parsons, DS Redrup, DI Chapman, J King, Ian Watson, Stephen McNamara, Marcus Bone, Ryan Draycott, Philip Hunt, Martin Fenge, Graham Rowan, D Black, Torsten Hoffmann, Craig Money, Simon Gruffydd Foster, Leo Earle, Taxpayer, Joseph A Heaton, Chris Boughton, Charles Morris, Damien Phillips, Colin Peters, Lee Trevelyan Thomas, Julian Harding, Dave Brockless, Christine Doppelt, Todd Kodo, Lawrence Flowers, Andy Sindle, Marco De-Barros, Louise Grant, Tim Hill, Jonathan Miller, Rob Fisher, Stuart Montgomery, Andrew Smith, Douglas Fenning, Michael Swadling, eaeide, Mark Hodson, Keith Hawker, Douglas Unwin, Paul Carlin, Charles Leighton, Peter Mainwaring, Alan Osband, Tin Foil Hat, David Hughes, P J Rose, Gordon Johnston, Pete Williams, Chris Bunker, E J, Jacqueline Conning, Frank Wilman, Peter Purdie, Stephen Robert Holmes, Charles Brewer, Ashley Smyth, Jeremy Thomas, Ashley Smyth, Paul Scargill, Julian Pozzi, Gale Goddard, A J Gobbi, Brett Trevalyan, Ian Grenville Hirst, Richard Leader, Bryan Foster, wheelerdealersam, Alan Tonkin, Louis Lavery, Matt Groves, Antony John Ward, James Alva Haye, Chris Ogden, James Leech, Gareth Seward, Adrian Smith, sparkz42, Ken Rollings, Mark Lancaster, Tim Price, Nigel Gittoes, Ian David Barker, Mcleman

Signed copies of Daylight Robbery for sale

Daylight Robbery has had a terrific response: 

“A highly readable account … of paramount importance” Luke Johnson, Sunday Times
“A brilliant book,” Douglas Carswell, MP
“A tour de force” Matt Ridley, author
“A rollicking good read ” Merryn Somerset Webb, FT
“A must-read” Roger Bootle, economist
“A real page-turner” Steve Baker, MP
“Spectacular” Mark Littlewood, IEA
“A book that people on both  of politics should read … highly recommended,” Helen Dale, CAPX
“Here is a prodigious talent,” Jamie Blackett, The Critic
“A book about tax, that is readable, fascinating – and fun! Sounds impossible, I know. But that’s what Dominic Frisby has written,” Liam Halligan, Telegraph
“A fascinating, must-read” Liz Truss, MP
“Masterful” Jon Matonis, economist
“Utterly gripping” Simon Evans, comedian
“A great read” George Galloway, former MP
“Fantastic ” Roger Ver, entrepreneur”Both amusing and informative, it’s a romp” Bill Bonner, author
“Hugely readable … ought to be compulsory reading,” Sam Packer, Tax Payers Alliance
“This entertaining, easily read book will make you laugh and arm you for debates”
Heather McGregor, Mrs Moneypenny, The Sunday Times

Unfortunately I have now sold out of paperbacks and hardbacks, and there are no more reprints currently scheduled before the autumn. Amazon has also sold out. The only option is now Waterstones or the kindle version.

 I would highly recommend the audiobook at Audible and elsewhere.