DVDA (band)

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DVDA
Also known as Double Vaginal Double Anal
Origin Boulder, Colorado, U.S.
Genres Comedy rock
Hard rock
Punk rock
Years active 1996–present
Labels Warner Bros.
Capitol
Micro Inc.
Website www.southparkstudios.com
Members Trey Parker (lead vocals, keyboards)
Matt Stone (vocals, drums, bass guitar)
Bruce Howell (guitar)
D. A. Young (keyboards, backing vocals)
Nels Dielman (drums)

DVDA is a comedy band featuring South Park crew members Trey Parker (lead vocals, keyboards), Matt Stone (vocals, drums, bass guitar), Bruce Howell (guitars), D. A. Young (keyboards, vocals) and Nels Dielman (drums). The name refers to a sexual position meaning "double vaginal, double anal"[1] a sex position referenced in the duo's hit movie Orgazmo. DVDA's songs appear throughout several other works written, directed, and/or starring Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

A portion of DVDA's songs satirize other songs; such as "Montage" which satirizes the "Push It to The Limit" montage sequence from the movie Scarface. The band has opened for Ween and Primus and performed at the Lapdance film festival in 2000.[2]

Songs[edit]

Name Soundtrack Released
"America, Fuck Yeah" Team America: World Police Yes
"America, Fuck Yeah (Bummer remix)" Team America: World Police Yes
"I am Chewbacca" South Park ("Starvin' Marvin in Space") No
"Everybody Loves Crack" None No
"David Kelley, T.V. Warrior" None No
"The End of an Act" Team America: World Police Yes
"Everyone Has AIDS" Team America: World Police Yes
"Freedom isn’t Free" Team America: World Police Yes
"Gay Fish" South Park ("Fishsticks") Yes (www.southparkstudios.com)
"Gonna Kick Your Ass" Orgazmo (unrated version) No
"Hell Isn’t Good" (featuring: James Hetfield) South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut No
"Hot Lava" (featuring: Perry Farrell) Chef Aid: The South Park Album Yes
"Jackin' It" South Park ("Butterballs") Yes
"Lemmiwinks" South Park ("The Death Camp of Tolerance" / "Bass to Mouth") No
"Let’s Fighting Love" South Park ("Good Times with Weapons") No
"Montage" South Park ("Asspen") / Team America: World Police Yes
"North Korean Melody" Team America: World Police Yes
"Now You’re a Man" Orgazmo / South Park ("Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride") Yes
"Only a Woman" Team America: World Police Yes
"Pig and Elephant DNA Just Won't Splice" (attributed to Loverboy) South Park ("An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig") No
"Robert Redford Fucks Babies" None No
"Sgt. Baker" (Primus cover) None No
"Shennanigans" Orgazmo (unrated version) No
That's My Bush! Theme That's My Bush! No
"Timmy and The Lords of the Underworld" Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld single Yes
"Timmy Livin’ a Lie" Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld single Yes
"Warts on Your Dick" BASEketball No
"What Would Brian Boitano Do? Pt. II" South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut Yes

References[edit]

  1. ^ [ shpadoinkle ] Trey Parker
  2. ^ "Lapdance 2000". The New York Times, Retrieved on August 4, 2009