- Released: June 14, 1994
- Label: Capitol Steps
- 1.Fun, Fun, Fun, 'Til Teddy Puts His T-Shirt Away
- 2.Alisa Lawyer
- 3.Slipped Disco (Keep Him Alive)
- 4.Sixteen Games
- 5.Wolf Blitzer, Scud Stud
- 6.Millie the Poocher
- 7.Rescue Mucho
- 8.I Feel Petty
- 9.Won't You Stay Home, Israelis?
- 10.Roll Out the Daryl
- 11.You Don't Bring Me Floriculturally Diverse
- 12.Jeremullah Was a Bullfrog (Oil on the World)
- 13.76 Bad Loans
- 14.Lookin For Scuds in All the Wrong Places
- 15.Sushi and the M.C.A.
- 16.George's Kind and Gentle Land
- 17.Don't Know Much About Strategy
- 18.Tut Wiler, Tut Wiler
- 19.In the Nude
- 20.Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round My Oldsmobile
- 21.Embattled Him of the Republicans
- 22.Three Eggs and Ham
- 23.Lirty Dies: Scicious Vandals
Capitol Steps: Jim Aidala, Mike Loomis, Ann Schmitt, Dave Werner, Amy Felices, Helen Gleason, Bo Ayars, Sandy Darley, Brian Ash, Anne Willis, Dave Gencarelli, Elaina Newport, Duncan Holloman, Richard Paul, Bill Strauss.
Personnel: Emily Bell (piano).
Director: Bill Strauss.
Ensembles: Brian Ash; Bill Strauss; Richard Paul; Jim Aidala; Duncan Hollomon; Elaina Newport; Sandy Darley; Amy Felices; Ann Schmitt; Anne Willis; Dave Gencarelli; Dave Werner; Mike Loomis; Bo Ayars.
Arranger: Bo Ayars.
The Capitol Steps are in great form with these brilliant parodies from the early '90s. With all of the colorful and often empty-headed politicians providing great ideas with their antics, the group was inspired to spoof the Beach Boys with "Fun, Fun, Fun 'Til Teddy Puts His T-Shirt Away" (skewering the middle-aged Teddy Kennedy, who still was behaving like a college student on spring break); the Bee Gees with "Slipped Disco (Keep Him Alive)," mocking Dan Quayle waiting for the possibility of George Bush's passing; muckraking author Kitty Kelley with "I Feel Petty"; the age-old drinking song transformed into a lampoon of Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates with "Roll Out the Daryl"; and the Congressionally guaranteed debts that floundered in "76 Bad Loans." Unlike many of their later CDs, most of the tracks on this release were recorded in the studio instead of in front of audiences, except for the last two tracks, including the brilliant Dr. Seuss-inspired "Three Eggs and Ham." ~ Ken Dryden