Paul and Storm’s Greatest (?) Hits

If you’re new to our music, the “Songs” page can be a bit dizzying—what to listen to first? And while we like to imagine that any one of our songs could be someone’s favorite, it’s probably not true. Though some songs we’re more proud of than others (we won’t say which; parents have to love all of their children equally), there are definitely tunes of ours that more people seem to like. So if your time is limited, here’s a quick peek at some of our fan favorites:

Nun Fight What ordained Pay-per-view boxing might sound like.

Your Love Is A touching ballad, so long as you don’t listen to the lyrics. Features the sensitive guitar stylings of Jonathan Coulton.

Opening Band A favorite of bands everywhere. Not our funniest song, but it has the ring of truth (and you can groove your boom-boom to it).

Randy Newman’s “Theme from The Passion of the Christ
Every movie could be made better with a Randy Newman theme song. Every movie.

A Better Version of You
One for the children.

Strip Club Daddy
(a.k.a. “Kid in the Strip Club”) Based on the true story of a man who left his kid in the car as he visite a strip club. A minor hit on “Bob & Tom“.

Rejected Commercial Jingles: Twister, Domino’s Pizza, Pillsbury Cookie Dough Step 1: Real products. Step 2: ??? Step 3: Lawsuits.

Ten-Finger Johnny A Fourth of July Irish murder ballad that’s sure to become a classic at any time of year.

Hip Shop Barbershop covers of hip-hop songs: two great tastes that taste great together.


  1. Ken and Teri McNutt
    Posted March 21, 2007 at 12:30 pm | Permalink

    It was a great show in Colo. Springs w/ FOBAT–sorry Storm was so sick; we would have liked to meet him too. Hope he’s feeling better now. Enjoyed meeting Paul and photographing him. Funny! Great songs! Wish your part of the show had gone on longer. Can’t wait to get the CD. Happy trails to you in the rest of your tour this spring!
    Ken and Teri McNutt, for Phlash Photo International

  2. Deb Waldman Yurchak
    Posted August 26, 2007 at 10:46 am | Permalink

    I just found out about you guys and I was friends with Paul in High School. I wanted to say hi and also I have a great theater my town that I think would be perfect for your venue. The Sellersville Theater in Sellersville PA ( just south of Quakertown, PA ). ( web site it I wondered if you played in this area and if I can’t get to see your show, just wanted to say hi to Paul.

  3. Posted May 8, 2008 at 10:44 am | Permalink

    NNNNNNNNNNNooooooooooooooooo!!! I wanted my friend to hear the hip hop barbershop medley and it’s GONE!!!!

    Say it ain’t so, Joe, er Paul and Storm!!!! Where’d it go? Where can we find it??



  4. Paul and Storm
    Posted May 8, 2008 at 11:51 am | Permalink


    Sorry Bekki!


  5. Reid
    Posted December 20, 2009 at 10:13 pm | Permalink

    I would just like to point out that I opened all these at once and Hip Shop started playing at the same time I started the Passion of the Christ theme. They match up fairly well.

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