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Thursday, 1 March 2012

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London- Artois Armond Gordon, lead singer and song writer for heavy meat band Electric Pineapple, says he will sue the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for its failure to include The Monkees.

"I can understand why Electric Pineapple is not in there, we stink really bad," said Artois in an exclusive interview, "but the Monkees should have been in there decades ago. Now that Davy Jones has died, well it just makes sense to admit they've made a mistake and let the lads in."

The Pineapple's lawyer, Rick Santorum, has this to say, "Obviously the people of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have collge degrees and were corrupted by liberal professors in Obama's image! When I get through with them they'll rue the day they passed over the Monkees for inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!"

The Monkee's Peter Tork, upon hearing about the lawsuit said, "Please, this kind of help we don't need..."

When asked how much money the Pineapple has paid Santorum, Spoof reporters found it was $500.03. Experts say this will probably just amount to a letter from the lawyer to the CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of fame.

When confronted with this information Artois responded, "We are in the middle of launching our 50th Anniversary tour, it is all that I could afford."

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