NASCAR prayer, autotuned


19 Responses to “NASCAR prayer, autotuned”

  1. jtropp1 says:

    There’s a fascinating(ish) history of “boogity” in popular culture.
    cf. Barry Mann, Ray Stevens, Darrell Waltrip, Joe Nelms

  2. Art says:

    Very well done. 
    Surprising and funny!
    I sense a “hit” here.

  3. millie fink says:

    Well played! 

    Same crew that made Antione Dodson famous, right? Real talent, those guys.

  4. royaltrux says:

    It’s pretty good but it’s no Ride the Barrel and Get Pitted. So pitted.

  5. jennybean42 says:

    My husband just said last night, ‘I wonder how long until  pastor Boogity and his smokin hot wife  get autotuned….”

  6. EricT says:

    Prayers to Satan probably do better set to heavy metal. 

  7. psulli says:

    Soapbox:  I would watch NASCAR if they pressed the envelope on emerging energy technologies instead of fossil fuels.

    That aside this is silly and a lot of fun.

  8. kmoser says:

     I’d like to hear a version of that with “Jesus” replaced by “FSM”.

  9. Gulliver says:

    Halleluyah and praise Product Placement!

    • solitaire says:

      This prayer is brought to you by Sunoco racing oil and Goodyear tires that bring performance and power to the track. Amen.

  10. headcode says:

    Two of my least favorite things: religion and autotune.  My digust-o-meter went off the scale.

    • Gulliver says:

      Whereas I was thinking: Two of my most favorite things, hacked machines and silly-fied use of DSP software.

      I also don’t mind the harmless spiritual ritual, particularly when delivered with this pastor’s self-deprecating levity. It’s the nasty ones such as crusade, jihad and human sacrifice that bother me. Belief in ghosts doesn’t phase me as long as they don’t use it as an outlet for evil.

      Auto-Tune and religion are merely human inventions, it’s how they’re leveraged that counts.

  11. jennybean42 says:

    Hmm, my last eloquent comment of “…..” was in response to another comment that disappeared. Weird.

  12. mcarlson says:

    That was a prayer? Sounded more like an advertisement to me!

  13. jennybean42 says:


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