Fuckin' Hold My Pants is Mintaka's third full-length album. It was released in 2008. That's all you really need to know. Except that was a lie, read about the whole album you fuckass
Ok, Mintaka decided, after their 2-hour tour of Mars to support There's Some Towels Over Here, Butch, that they were tired of music and went on hiatus to spend some time with their families. They then realized that they had no families, so they decided to get crackin'.
The boyz also decided that this album needed some keyboards, so they brought in some new blood! Some fresh meat! A new member, keyboardist Eate Kingbird, who was Raincoat Meyers' brother but was not related to Raincoat Meyers.
The actual story that is told on the album is a closely guarded secret. However, the band did decide to make EVERY. FUCKING. SONG. on this album to be 19 minutes and 57 seconds, exactly. In addition, the year 1957 is mentioned in many of the songs. As such, it is generally assumed that this a concept album about roller coasters.
In what may be the darkest moment of the band's history, the band members could not decide where they wanted the artist of the album cover to be Swedish or Russian. The members violently assaulted each other and innocent bystanders, killing almost 37,000 people (They were not arrested for this because the mayor of Bluffington, who is the boss of the world said that Mintaka was more important than regular folks, and the families of the victims agreed). Eventually they came to an agreement: they would each design a corner of the cover, and place a simple logo and the title in the middle. To celebrate their success and their renewed friendship, the band watched 3 episodes of Full House.
Fuckin' Hold My Pants was immediately successful upon release, much like the last two Mintaka albums. It was particularly popular among human beings. Even so, some aliens liked it too, and a few turtles also thought it was a pretty nice piece of work. People were so excited about it that they even voted it the Best New Household Appliance of 2008.
It is also worth noting that after the release of Fuckin' Hold My Pants, Mintaka officially became a new religion.
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