The Really Really Gay Album

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“Ugh, this CD took FOREVER to record, Elton kept having to get in to costume. I still don't think it's quite gay enough.”
~ Oscar Wilde on The Really Really Gay Album
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The cover of the first release.

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The cover of the remastered edition.

The Really Really Gay Album was an concept album recorded in 1337 by Oscar Wilde, Elton John, George Michael, Freddie Mercury, Will Young and the Pet Shop Boys. It was released in Ocnodecember 69, 1337.

edit Reaction

Some say, that the number 69 was symbolic. They also say that the then US president Oscar Wilde was the reason, why October, November and December were conjoined and he was also the author of idea of releasing it on this date. When the album was released, it was number one album for four weeks on the Dubya charts, and its hit song, I Love Men hit the top of the Oricon charts and stayed there for three consecutive weeks. The album could still be at the top of these charts, but when George actually acknowleged, what is a "gay", he said "Yuck" and "Ban this album", and so the album and the song disappeared from both of these chart.

Some of the notable, catchy lyrics include "Let's gay together, baby, let's gay together tonight". It was reported in Tokyo that six schoolboys had chanted it in a protest against higher gas prices in Japan, as it was a symbol of "global love; no amount money should overcome human gay feelings". On January 31, 2007 there was a digitally remastered edition released. All copies were sold out after 7 minutes. When police investigated this, they discovered, that Oscar Wilde bought most of the copies, wearing many, different disguises. In one he was looking like Groucho Marx.

edit The Idea

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Demo cassette of Oscar Wilde's "I Love Men".

It was all a big coincidence. Elton John bought a record company, George Michael started his singing career, Will Young had a Stereotype Reassignment Surgery, and Pet Shop Boys were out of money. And of course, Oscar Wilde recorded "I Love Men", his greatest song. But Oscar didn't have a good imagination; a dog died when somebody read the first three pages of the newest Oscar Wilde book. So he needed some help from the others.

Even though Oscar Wilde sang most of the songs (7 of 20, to be precise), he only wrote I Love Men. Both reprises were just arrangements by Elvis Presley, who made a surprise appearance at one song, even though he is not a gay (or is he?).

edit Other projects by the band

Wilde, John, Michael, Young and Pet Shop Boys had some less successful projects, which were later found out to be plagiarized. The most popular (and therefore controversial) were Lt. Homo's Sexy Men Club Band, Smells Like Teen Gays and Stairway to a Gay Strip Club. All of the money made for the album's initial release was spended for paying all the Copyßoon

edit Censorship in the Soviet Russia

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The cover of the Soviet edition of "I Love Men".

The album was famously banned at the Soviet Russia. Instead, a few years after its release, the local Soviet gays recorded a single "In Soviet Russia Men Like YOU!!". It never actually left the Lenin charts, but it didn't get higher than second in the Stalin charts. Some other tracks were also re-made for the Soviet audience, but they didn't get as much attention as the first one. Currently this song is also available in the Apple iTunes, but because of forecasted pwnzor attacks with the iNukes, this may not last long.

edit Spin-offs

A number of previously unmentioned spin-offs have been made, including:

  • The Really Really Gay Magazine
  • The Really Really Straight Album
  • The Really Really Childish Album
  • The Really Really Real Reality TV Show
  • The Really Really Gay Market
  • The Really Really Gay Cartoon
  • The Really Really Gay Person
  • The Really Really Gay Gay
  • The Really Really Gay Boyband Member
  • The Really Really Gay Wikipedian
  • The Really Really Gay Woman
  • The Really Really Black Album
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