Alan Babbitt

Alan Babbitt

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Folk - Rock | San Francisco, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 5,145   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Paul Simon, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

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Song Description

"To Hell with Spammers!" by Alan Babbitt is a humorous pop tune and music video that taps into the way most of us feel about spam and spammers. The video is a fast paced mix of found footage, enhanced by sound effects, humor and a creative editing style.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

I am not at all sure what I think of this song. It is very heavy on rhythm, many new songs are extremely percussion heavy, like a heart beat, and that makes them all sound so much alike. The lyrics are 'dark', 'throw them in the slammer' and 'They can all go to hell' sung to a rather jolly melody........ funny. Not a laugh, but a wry smile.

    - Birthe Noer Myers

Alan Babbitt is a clever songsmith with some very original statements to make.

    - Ted Myers - Broadjam Pro Reviewer

Music and Lyrics by Alan Babbitt

There's a story people tell of a special place in hell.
A place so horrific, it's ... just terrific for spammers.
Where they can toil among their own. Reap what they have sown.
With slimeballs and slackers and scoundrels and hackers and scammers.

Where they're forced to work at the speed of berserk
While hearing the devils taunts.
To their colleagues in hell, they're sentenced to sell
Crap ... that nobody wants.


To hell with spammers - To Hell with their buddies as well
Let's tell the spammers
No more talking - now It's time to yell
We should put up a clamor. Throw 'em all in the slammer
And after that ... they can all go to hell.

Verse 2

They'll steal your Passwords in a flash - Your contacts and your cash
Their selfish cheating has us all deleting and deleting ... And deleting
And then some bastard sends - a virus to all your friends.
It's a sad fact of living - the gift that keeps giving - & giving - & giving.

Aww, It all makes me curse, but what's really the worst,
gets me snippy, snarky and snorting.
First my focus is blown - by the sound of the phone
Then I'm spammed - by a damned recording.

I say to hell with spammers - don't let 'em poison the well
We gotta quell them spammers - we gotta ring their closing bell
We should put up a clamor - throw 'em all in the slammer.
And after that - they can all rot in hell

Associated Videos

Video - To Hell with Spammers
To Hell with Spammers

Following the recent release of the humorous pop tune "To Hell with Spammers!", we are pleased to announce the launch of "To Hell with Spammers! - The Music Video". Like the tune itself, the video expresses the way most of us feel about spam and spammers - using a fast paced mix of found footage, enhanced by sound effects, humor and a creative editing style. The 3 ½ minute video is featured on our new music website

Song Length
Unique - Comedy, Unique - Parody
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Troubled, Mad

Subject Matter
Computers, Protest

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Alan Babbitt
Music Credits Alan Babbitt
Producer Credits Alan Babbitt
Publisher Credits Alan Babbitt
Performance Credits Alan Babbitt + Dan Goodman on Bass
Label Credits Alan Babbitt