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"Weird Al" Yankovic - In 3-D (1990) Retail CD
This was "Weird Al's" breakthrough album. This was the first album to feature Al's touring band of guitarist Jim West, bassist Steve Jay and drummer Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz. The album opens with Al's biggest hit, "Eat It". There are four other great parodies of then recent hits, including the chart singles "King of Suede" and "I Lost on Jeopardy". Al also wrote five funny original songs on this album. "Midnight Star" is a hilarious song about tabloid newspapers. "Buy Me a Condo" is a reggae song about a Jamaican trying to assimilate in America. "Mr. Popeil" is a funny song about the creatormore… of Veg-a-matic and many other "as seen on TV" products (Popeil's daughter actually sings background vocals on this song). "That Boy Could Dance" is about a dorky guy who was a good dancer, and it's probably my least favorite song on the album (but still pretty good). "Nature Trail To Hell" is a great song that is a parody of horror movie trailers. The album also features Al's first polka style medley of rock songs, "Polkas on 45". He continued to do a polka medley on virtually all his albums. This is a great album that Al's fans will love.
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|1||Eat It - Weird Al Yankovic, Jackson, Michael [1|
|3||The Brady Bunch - Weird Al Yankovic,|
|4||Buy Me a Condo|
|5||I Lost on Jeopardy - Weird Al Yankovic, Kihn, Greg|
|6||Polkas on 45 - Weird Al Yankovic, Brown, L.|
|8||King of Suede|
|9||That Boy Could Dance - Weird Al Yankovic,|
|10||Theme from Rocky XIII|
|11||Nature Trail to Hell|
- "Weird Al" Yankovic - In 3-D (1990) Retail CD
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