"Weird Al" Yankovic In 3-D
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- Released: 1999
- Originally Released: 1999
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
- 1.EAT IT
- 2.MIDNIGHT STAR
- 3.THE BRADY BUNCH
- 4.BUY ME A CONDO
- 5.I LOST ON JEOPARDY
- 6.POLKAS ON 45 - BEER BARREL POLKA/JOCKO HOMO/SMOKE ON THE WATER/SEX (I'M A-)/HEY JUDE/L.A. WOMAN/IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA/HEY JOE/BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE/HOT BLOODED/BUBBLES IN THE WINE/EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE/SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO/JUMPIN
- 7.MR. POPEIL
- 8.KING OF SUEDE
- 9.THAT BOY COULD DANCE
- 10.THEME FROM ROCKY XIII (AKA: THE RYE OR THE KAISER)
- 11.NATURE TRAIL TO HELL
Personnel includes: "Weird Al" Yankovic (vocals, accordion, keyboards); Don Pardo (vocals); Rick Derringer (guitar, mandolin); Steve Jay (guitar, banjo, bass, talking drums); Jim West (guitar); Jim Self (tuba); Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz (drums, percussion); Joel Miller (bongos).
IN 3-D was the second album by novelty king Weird Al Yankovic, and the one that helped establish his claim to the throne. His send-up of Michael Jackson's "Beat It" was a hit, subverting the tune by turning it into "Eat It," a paean to stuffing one's face. His takes on Greg Kihn's "Jeopardy" ("I Lost on Jeopardy") and Survivor's "The Eye of the Tiger" ("Theme from Rocky XIII") are equally tickling. Given that these are parodies of songs popular in the early '80s, the effect is diluted decades later, but there's still some allure for those with an inner 11-year-old.
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