This is the page where we keep a collection of our favorite bits from the history of the Metal Injection Livecast. All the sex talk, all the commercials, all the song parodies are here for streaming or download. This is a great way to link your friends to your favorite material, or if you're a new listener, to get to know the show better.
Dave Mustaine sings a love song to the Livecast. (Parody of "Skin O' My Teeth" by Megadeth)
It's not so easy to be a member of a much-discriminated-against minority group in a post-9/11 world.
The most Satanic men's clothing warehouse radio commercial in advertising history. (Parody of "South of Heaven" by Slayer)
Rob's mother sends in an MP3 of a song she wrote, urging Robert to move back to her home in Brighton Beach, so she can take him shopping at Old Navy, hook him up with a nice Russian girl, and have her doctor check him out. (Parody of "Mother" by Danzig)
In the early days of the Livecast (2009), Robert went on a vacation to Europe and we did the show one week without him. This is a roast in musical form pleading for him not to come back. (Parody of "Michael, You My Nigga" by Ron Artest/Metta World Peace)
The Russian Guys (Misha and Sasha Moshpitskaya) singing a love song to the US welfare system and brag about how American taxpayer dollars allow them not to have to work. (Parody of "Livin' on a Prayer" by Bon Jovi)
The Iron Sheik and Rihanna tell a tale of camel clutches, B. Brian Blair, bullshit Hulk Hogan, and being humble. (Parody of "I Love the Way You Lie" by Eminem feat. Rihanna)
Rob once made the revelation on our show that he tasted his own cum. He was enough of a good sport to let Darren write a mocking song about it for him to perform at our awards show. (Parody of "I Kissed A Girl" by Katie Perry)
An ode to one of our most notorious callers. (Parody of "Loser" by Beck)
Chris Brown decided to record this offensive and horrible song bragging about how he beat Rihanna. It does have a happy ending, though. (Parody of "Umbrella" by Rihanna)
Noa's vaginal juices are the star of this song. (Parody of "Hurt So Good" by John Cougar Mellencamp)
JCVD hosted the Livecast Awards several years ago and sang this song as his opening number, recalling the days of his wistful youth in which he brutally assaulted many women for no good reason. (Parody of "To All The Girls I've Loved Before by Willie Nelson and Julio Iglesias)