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Addicted To Spuds - ;Weird Al; Yankovic - The Food Album (CD, Album)

Addicted To Spuds - ;Weird Al; Yankovic - The Food Album (CD, Album)

  • Bragar says:
    The Food Album is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter "Weird Al" Yankovic, released on June 22, by Scotti Brothers Records. The release features ten of Yankovic's song parodies, all of which pertain to food. A similar album, The TV Album, which features songs entirely about television, would be released two years later.
  • Kagajind says:
    The Food Album, a Compilation of songs by "Weird Al" Yankovic. Released 22 June on Volcano (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Musical Parody, Musical Comedy.
  • Shakalrajas says:
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  • Brarg says:
    Album: The Food Album Released: Recorded: Total running time: Contents[show] Tracks U.S. Release Fat (Even Worse) Lasagna (Even Worse) Addicted To Spuds (Polka Party) I Love Rocky Road ("Weird Al" Yankovic) Spam (UHF Sountrack And Other Stuff) Eat It (In 3-D) The White Stuff (Off The Deep End) My Bologna ("Weird Al" Yankovic) Taco Grande (Off The Deep End) Theme From Rocky .
  • Zuluzshura says:
    Jun 20,  · Addicted to Spuds 8/10 Funny parody of "Addicted to Love." From "Polka Party." 4. I Love Rocky Road 9/10 Parody of "I Love Rocky Road." From his self-titled debut al-bum. "Weird Al" Yankovic's THE FOOD ALBUM isn't so much a new album as just a compilation of earlier songs relating to food. It's hilarious, gross, outrageous - true ciocazrodacastplotasadlapkyconnchess.coinfos:
  • Malahn says:
    Active Shows; A-Log on the Airwaves; I Still Get Demented; Kahn Man's Comedy Corner; Off the Record; The Mad Music Podcast; The Mad Music Show; Manic Mondays.
  • Nibar says:
    Song: Addicted To Spuds Running Time:
  • Zulujin says:
    "Weird Al" Yankovic ‎– The Food Album Label: Rock 'N' Roll Records ‎– , Scotti Bros. Records ‎– /5.
  • Vizilkree says:
    The album is perhaps a bit too filling, with also-rans like "The White Stuff" and "Addicted to Spuds" clogging up arteries here and there. Likewise, "Spam" seems like too predictable a target for one of music's greatest satirists. Nevertheless, The Food Album is an enjoyable bag of treats. Just don't eat too much, or you'll probably get sick.6/

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