When people desperately requested more information on this nonexistent God Album, Marcus and his buddy Langdon Winner figured that if the people wanted it so badly, they'd get it. So the pair sat down, wrote a few intentionally s****y songs, and hired friends from Berkeley's Cleanliness and Godliness Skiffle Band to throw something together.
The album was almost competent enough to count as music. One of their songs was called "I Can't Get No Nookie," which was a klutzy reference to Jagger's "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." It went a little something like this:
Langdon, who also wrote for Rolling Stone, penned his own satirical piece about visiting the band in Hudson Bay, Canada while they were recording in secret. He decided the whole thing wasn't stupid enough already, so he added in a secret arctic location only accessible by sled dog:
When I was asked to attend The Masked Marauders' recording session date several months ago, I couldn't believe it was true ... It was only as I mushed my dog sled that last two miles from the Hudson Bay Air Terminal to the basement studio of Igloo Productions that I was able to convince myself that a fantastic dream would become a reality. A meeting of the gods at last!
He even included a little tale about the origin of the nookie song: