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Alapalooza


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  • Audio CD (June 20 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Imports
  • ASIN: B00000I023
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #90,765 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Jurassic Park
2. Young, Dumb & Ugly
3. Bedrock Anthem
4. Frank's 2000in TV
5. Achy Breaky Song
6. Traffic Jam
7. Talk Soup
8. Livin' In The Fridge
9. She Never Told Me She Was A Mime
10. Harvey The Wonder Hamster
11. Waffle King
12. Bohemian Polka


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By Glen Mercier on Dec 4 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is Weird Al's parody of Jurassic Park. My favorite song is "Living in the Fridge" and "Achy Breaky Heart". I laugh out loud for these songs. This is one of his best albums.
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By Kevin on July 3 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is not as good as Off the Deep End, but it is still very funny. Jurassic Park is great, as are the other parodies on the album. Where Al might fall a little short of the mark for this album would be the originals. They are still very funny, but they could be better. Overall, this album is very good.
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After Steven Spielberg gave us Jurassic Park, with the familiar yellow T-Rex skull logo, another kind of dinosaur was being discovered in the States. The scientific name for it is Al-asaurus yankovicus rex, and from the carbon-dating, it appears to have specialized in song send-ups of popular songs, wearing silly Hawaiian shirts, and having a mane of brown curly hair. Its natural habitat: Alapalooza.
Or is that "Jurassic Park" after Donna Summer's rendition of Richard Harris' "MacArthur Park", complete with dinosaur roars and screams of fear, mixed with the disco strings? Great line: "I'm afraid those things will harm me/because they sure don't act like Barney/and they think I'm their dinner not their friend."
A hard-rock guitar with Al-asaurus' voice like a shrill hair metal singer comes in with "Young, Dumb, & Ugly" about the annoying things they do, like squeezing the toothpaste from the middle and drinking milk from the carton. And they name spells trouble, T-R-U-B-E-L. Yeah, right.
"Yabba dabba yabba dabba dabba doo now" instead of "Give it away give it away give it away give it away now." Al spoofs the Chili Peppers by turning "Give It Away" into a song about the Flintstones, although the intro is taken from "Under The Bridge." There's even some dialogue from the cartoon included.
"Frank's 2000" TV"? That's Al's ne plus ultra of someone who really worships the boob tube.
A million thanks to Al for sending up Billy Ray Cyrus. "Achy Breaky Song" That song deserved a drubbing, and he lists some artists and groups that are high on le musique du fromage list, such as ABBA, the Bee Gees, New Kids on The Block, Tiffany, and Vanilla Ice, that it'd be better to play. Fair enough, but those artists sound more talented than Billy Ray.
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By A Customer on May 13 2003
Format: Audio CD
JURASSIC PARK 5/5 THIS IS THE BEST SONG ON THIS ALBUM!REALLY!
YOUNG DUMB AND UGLY 4/5 MY FREIND AND I ALMOST DIED LAUGHING!
BEDROCK ANTHEM 2/5 WELL... IT'S GOOD BUT...
FRANKS 2000''TV 3/5 UM YEAH... IT'S SO-SO.
ACHY BREAKY HEART 5/5 HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!
TRAFFIC JAM 5/5 MY PERSONAL FAVORITE!
TALK SOUP 5/5 IT MIGHT BE 5/5 BUT DON'T LET YOUR KIDS LISTEN TO IT.
LIVIN IN THE FRIDGE 5/5 THIS SONG ENCOURAGED ME TO TRY TO MAKE SOMETHING IN THE FRIDGE!
SHE NEVER TOLD ME SHE WAS A MIME 1/5 COME ON! WEIRD AL CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT!
HARVEY THE WONDER HAMPSTER: 4/5 STRANGE, BUT FUNNY!
WAFFLE KING:3/5 HMMM.. I'M STILL THINKING ABOUT THIS ONE.
BOHEIMIAN POLKA: 2/5 UH WHAT?
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By James N Simpson on April 21 2003
Format: Audio CD
Probably the least played of the entire Weird Al collection I would imagine because the main songs dated very fast. Jurassic Park (parody of Macarthur Park) is pretty good but once the fan fare for that movie died out so did the fan fare for this song. It's a great song though. Achy Breaky Song (parody of Achy Breaky Heart) is another great song which is about someone so sick of that song (like we all were) who lists other bad artists he would rather here than that song. It is again a sensational song but since no one remembers or more accurately wants to remember the original it isn't played that much.
There are some classic parodies on here. Bedrock Anthem a parody of two Red Hot Chilli Peppers songs (Under the Bridge & Give it Away) is still one of the more popular songs amongst "Weird Al" fans today. Obviously it is about the Flintstones and Al is singing as Fred Flintstone. Livin' in the Fridge (parody of Livin' On the Edge) is pretty good and is about food that never gets thrown out by roommates and comes alive. It is pretty close to Aerosmith's original sound.
The original songs on here aren't classics but are worth listening to. Young Dumb and Ugly is about some teenagers who think they are cool but are not and the stupid things they do. Frank's 2000" TV is about a guy named frank who has bought a huge TV set. It's not that great. Traffic Jam isn't a parody but is extremely close to one. Prince or whatever he is called these days won't let Weird Al do parodies of his songs but this one sounds pretty close to one of them. It is a sensational song about obviously being caught in traffic jams. Talk Soup is about those stupid mid day American talk shows and the people who go on them. Pretty funny.
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Format: Audio CD
OFF THE DEEP END had been a remarkable comeback for Weird Al Yankovic, as it proved that he could get his absurd humor to connect easily to a different audience; this new audience was being weaned particularly on grunge. But its follow-up, ALAPALOOZA, showed all too well that Yankovic was desperately trying to hang on with his new audience, giving his songs heavier-sounding productions and more absurd lyrics. It didn't work, not just because Yankovic didn't have a lot of time to complete the album, but because he was suffering from writer's block, and he sounded pretty tired.
After all, it is usually not a good sign when an album's opening track sounds tired and unimaginative, as "Jurassic Park" (why the parody of "MacArthur Park" at this time?) is in this case. All of the originals lack hooks and a focused production, with "She Never Told Me She Was a Mime" and "Frank's 2000 Inch TV" especially standing out as colorless tunes. The only songs- parodies, not by coincidence- that save ALAPALOOZA from being a disaster are "Bedrock Anthem" and "Achy Breaky Song," and even those are pretty disposable. To the Weird Al-trained ear, however, this may still be another enjoyable Weird Al album, especially since the record admittedly sounds appealing while it's playing. But ALAPALOOZA is still easily one of the weakest albums Yankovic ever recorded.
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