The Future of Adult Entertainment

by Jackie and The Treehorns

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The Treehorns Are:
Jackie: Vocals
Shaggy Treehorn: Drums
Grippy Treehorn: Percussion
Thelonious Treehorn: Keys
Django Treehorn: Guitars
Booker T. Treehorn: Organ

with very special guests:
John Paul Joneser: Bass
Gringo Starr: Drums

Produced by Mookie Treehorn along with Jackie.
Photos by Kristian Whipple (www.kwhipple.com)
Management: Heshel (Hesh) Treehorn
All Songs Copyright 2009 Rip The Knob Off Music/SESAC

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What People Are Saying:

“I have heard the voice of G-d, and Jackie makes his voice sound like s**t” -- Moses

“I dropped it cause it’s hot” -- Snoop Dogg

“I have never seen anything like a live Jackie show” -- Little Stevie Wonder

“If I had known this was going to come out of DC I would have stuck around longer.” -- G.W. Bush

“Now I can return to Earth.” -- Jesus

“Omar listenin’...” -- Omar Little

“My ears will never be the same.” -- Vincent Van Gogh

“This music makes me rethink my sexuality.” -- Hugh Jackman

“I was going to go out and buy the new iPhone, but now I’m just going to download Jackie’s album 400 times” -- Annoymous Blogger

“Jackie is what Willis was talkin’ ‘bout.” -- Arnold Drummond

“Jackie does what Omar never could--put sweat on my brow.” -- Brother Mouzone

“The Treehorn’s music hurts so good.” -- John (The Coug) Mellencamp

“Look, they said Jackie coulnd’t do it, they said he was uninspired. Well folks, we now have hope.” -- President Obama

“What in the hell is this?” -- The Dali Llama

“Jackie treats music like women.” -- The Dude

“It’s like someone took Johnny B. Goode, I Want To Hold Your Hand, Satisfaction, Blowing in the Wind, Purple Haze, Stairway to Heaven, Layla, God Save The Queen, Ziggy Stardust, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Born To Run, Purple Rain, Loosing My Religion, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Seven Nation Army, OK Computer, My Humps and Oops There It Is, and put it into one piece of music. Absolutely incredible.” -- Click Livingston

“This makes me prostate with fear.” -- Tony Soprano

“Jackie, that fuckin cocksucker? I’ll feed him to Wu’s pigs.” -- Al Swearengen

“I might have to steal some of these beats.” -- Puff Daddy

"This guy wanted 6% ownership of the New York Yankees as a bonus for signing with us. We were like, who in the hell does this guy think he is? Bob Dylan? A-Rod? F**k Jackie." -- Jake Goodman, Asst. to the Traveling Secretary's Secretary, US Virgin Records.

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released August 25, 2009

Recorded over the lifespan of Jackie. (Rip The Knob Off Music/SESAC)

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Track Name: Disguises (I'll Take Off Mine If You Take Off Yours)
You can take this write it down, analyze the verbs and nouns. You might even find a mistake if you do.

I will rearrange the chords like the pieces on a chessboard. But you could never think in terms of two.

I know, now, why.

Never thought I would be the guy.
Have to put on a disguise.
Never thought you could be the girl.
Drag us threw that insane world.

You could take the lyrics down, put them on a page with sounds. Themes of dreams that just might actually rhyme.

I will open up the door to see what's mine and guess what's yours. But you could never think in terms of time.

I know, now, why.

Never thought I would be the guy.
Have to take off my disguise.
Never thought you could be that girl.
Drag us threw that insane world.

Insane world.
Track Name: Man (Where One Begins and Ends)
White words on a dark background:
"There was a time when I wore the crown"
Questions answered more than asked.
Shifting lanes to help the past.

I will take it on the chin.
Isn't that where a man begins?
Or ends?

You shall arise from the wreckage.
Arriving late like a package.
Party full of laughter and drinks.
Deadpan stare has you on the brink.

I will take it on the chin.
Isn't that where a man begins?
Or ends?
Track Name: Leap of Faith (Elvis, Beach Music, and the Army)
Everybody's waiting for me to say something like Elvis would say when he decided to go to the fucking army.

Too bad the blues only came from the south. The people up north never really appreciated it. Till Elvis showed up on fucking tv.

Oh, beach music. It can be so fucking frustrating. Laid back type of grooves.

Unorthodox editing leads to multiple versions and retakes.

What's your description of it? How do you break the thing down? Do you discuss the visual aspect or the audio? Do you think about it over your coffee on a sunday morning newpaper read?

Talk about it with your friends at the bar.

Oh, if only life had a special effects button. You could leap cars over buildings, make jumps you otherwise wouldn't make.

But that would somehow require a leap of faith.

And if you don't got one, then you ain't got shit.
Track Name: The Incredulous Tale of The Spooky Soldier
Every generation has a definition of what is strange.
A line you don't cross, if you do, you won't be the same.

You'll look for mercy.
But mercy's not a game.

He found himself doing acts of defiance and he changed.
In television and the movies he found blame.

He'll look for mercy.
But mercy's not a game.

Deep in his dugeon, dripping water, candlelit flame.
Tied up for days, enough to make a man insane.

He'll look for mercy.
Oh mercy, he'll do it again.
He'll do it again.
Track Name: UFOs (Custom Fitting Blues)
I could see myself put in some kind of situation where I might need a lawyer to contact satellites and stations. To alert all the nations that, "it's come to this" and to "end your vacations with a photo and a kiss."

Cause you didn't want to believe it when we warned you.
You didn't want to believe it when we told you:
"Strange looking men have taken over the government!"

No, you would't be able to tell anyone.
You would't be able to yell to anyone.
You would't be able to sell it to anyone.
You would't be able to run.

The come dressed in dark blue suits custom fit for their selection. With a penchant to win and a shit-eating grin to avoid any detection. "We come in peace and we offer you no harm." I'll take that into consideration when sounding the alarms.

Cause you didn't want to believe it when we told you.
Cause ou didn't want to believe it when we warned you:
"Strange looking men have taken over the government!"

No, you would't be able to tell anyone.
You would't be able to yell to anyone.
You would't be able to sell it to anyone.
You would't be able to run.