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UHF [Soundtrack]

John Du Prez Audio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
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1. Money For Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies
2. Gandhi II
3. Attack Of The Radioactive Hampsters From A Planet Near Mars
4. Isle Thing
5. The Hot Rocks Polka
6. UHF
7. Let Me Be Your Hog
8. She Drives Like Crazy
9. Generic Blues
10. Spatula City
11. Fun Zone
12. Spam

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Soundtrack to the 1989 cult classic film produced by Rick Derringer! Gandhi II; Attack of the Radioactive Hamster from a Planet Near Mars; Isle Thing; She Drives Like Crazy; Fun Zone; Spam and much more. See ya at Spatula City!

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After the middle-of-the-road Even Worse, Al made a movie, UHF, now a cult 80's film, and the soundtrack to it shows him back in form. How many hours did Mr. Yankovic lie awake thinking about how to incorporate the lyrics to the Beverly Hillbillies song to Dire Straits' "Money For Nothing". Mark Knopfler was generous enough, as he also did the guitar for this song!
"Gandhi II" is a TV trailer from the UHF movie. "Next week, on U62, he's back, and this time he's mad. No more Mr. Passive Resistance" and it's done to the melody from Shaft by Isaac Hayes.
"Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters from A Planet Near Mars." Yes, sounds like the title of a bad 1950's UFO movie and if you ever heard "Slime Creatures From Outer Space" from Dare To Be Stupid, you get the idea what kind of song it is. I wonder if Al had a pet hamster and was staring at intently enough to come up with a wacky song. Hamsters the size of a blimp, who play electric guitars, and "think the whole stinkin' world is their exercise wheel"... wow!
"Isle Thing" incorporates a TV song with Tone-Loc's "Wild Thing" and Al's mimicking Mr. Loc's voice is simply funny. "I'm watching that Gilligan's Isle Thing" is the tag line to the chorus. His commentary on the various characters is great, as he says that Ginger and Maryann could've used some funky cold medina. And on the Professor, "If he's so fly, then tell me why he couldn't build a lousy raft?" Hasta la vista, little buddy!
Polka time, and this time it's all Rolling Stones song.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The "UHF" soundtrack and assorted novelty songs July 4 2003
By Lawrance M. Bernabo HALL OF FAME TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
In the great tradition of the Beatles's "Hard Day's Night" album, "UHF" not only presents all of the songs that appeared in "Weird Al" Yankovic's 1989 film of the same name, but additional songs recorded in the studio. By now, the "Weird Al" formula is set in stone. Producer Rick Derringer not only plays guitar but makes sure the parodies on "UHF" sound as much like the originals as possible (e.g., "She Drives Like Crazy" versus the Fine Young Cannibal's "She Drives Me Crazy"). This serves to set up the humor of the lyricism sung in Yankovic's weird but strangely compelling voice (his singing talent as a parodist is probably the most overlooked aspect of his success). Yes, "Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters From a Planet Near Mars" is one of his worse original compositions, but clearly the man needs to purge such things out of his system with appalling regularity. But "Weird Al" makes up for this with "Gandhi II," a brilliant take off on the theme from "Shaft." "Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies," "Isle Thing," and "Spam" all reinforce the "Weird Al" fixation on two key ingredients of modern American popular culture, namely television and food. The polka medley makes its return on this album, with "The Hot Rocks Polka" devoted entirely to the music of the Rolling Stones (I am still waiting for "Weird Al" to take on the Beatles, but that might require an entire album--which is perfectly all right with me, boys and girls). Ultimately, "UHF" is neither as good as the album that preceded it, "Even Worse," or the great one that would follow, "Off the Deep End," but on balance it is better than any of his first four efforts.
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3.0 out of 5 stars The UHF Soundtrack: A Review May 26 2003
Format:Audio CD
UHF was a bust at the box office, but is acheiving cult status on dvd. The cd is fine for anyone who enjoyed the humor of "UHF," and the music of Mr. Yankovic. Look and see:
1. Money For Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies: 4/5 From the movie.
2. Gandhi II: 5/5 A funny sound clip from the film.
3. AOFRHFAPLM: 2/5 The name makes it repetitive.
4. Isle Thing: 3/5 Kind of a Dumb Parody
5. The Hot Rocks Polka: 5/5 Rolling Stones fans will love this one!
6. UHF: 4/5 "We got it all on UHF."
7. Let Me Be Your Hog: 2/5 Was featured breiefly in the film.
8. She Drives Like Crazy: 3/5 Funny parody.
9. Generic Blues: 0/5 I didn't care for this one.
10. Spatula City: 5/5 Just like #2.
11. Fun Zone: 2/5 Semi-amusing instrumental music.
12. Spam: 3/5 Funny parody of Stand.
13. The Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota: 5/5 Weird Al has always saved the best for last, from "Nature Trail to Hell" to "Albuquerque."
Thank you for taking the time to read my review and feel free to leave me a helpful/not helpful feedback. God Bless America!
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This was my favorite Al-bum, well, until "Poodle Hat" came along, but anyway, it's got one ultra-awesome song, eight great songs, one good song, and three mediocre/bad songs.
1. Money For Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies - 3/5. Gets a little old after a while, but still good.
2. Gandhi II - 5/5. Hilarious clip from the "UHF" film.
3. Attack Of The Radioactive Hamsters From A Planet Near Mars - 5/5. Cute little song. Also notable for the longest title of a Weird Al song.
4. Isle Thing - 3/5. Good lyrics, but I never liked the original.
5. The Hot Rocks Polka - 5/5. One of his best polkas. You'd really appreciate this if you were a Stones fan.
6. UHF - 5/5. Very funny song with a great tune. The music video is one of his most complex and funny.
7. Let Me Be Your Hog - 5/5. The shortest Weird Al song, only 0:17 seconds. It's also one of his stupid.
8. She Drives Like Crazy - 2/5. His voice is a little annoying on this one.
9. Generic Blues - 5/5. One of his best songs. Hilarious suicidal blues number with some witty lyrics.
10. Spatula City - 5/5. Another great clip from the film.
11. Fun Zone - 4/5. Al's only instrumental (if you pretend the "heys" and "yeahs" aren't there).
12. Spam - 5/5. Great REM parody about everyone's favorite lunch meat.
13. The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota - 6/5. Al's seven-minute-long epic tale of a tourist family going out to see the biggest ball of twine in Minnesota. One of my top three Weird Al songs. Pure genius. You are bound to love this awesome song!
So, UHF is worth buying for "Gandhi II", "Attack Of The Radioactive Hamsters From A Planet Near Mars", "The Hot Rocks Polka", "UHF", "Let Me Be Your Hog", "Generic Blues", "Spatula City", "Spam", and "The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota".
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4.0 out of 5 stars Weird Al, movie classic well maybe
This is basically the soundtrack for the movie of the same name. There a few songs that did not play in the movie, but still I will still recommend it.
Published 9 months ago by Glen Mercier
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent album from a very talented guy!
This album was released in 1989, and is in part the soundtrack to "Weird Al" Yankovic's movie UHF, but most of its contents is not included in the movie. Read more
Published on Sept. 1 2005 by Weird Al,Weird Al
5.0 out of 5 stars Al strikes again!
UHF was a great movie, and Al topped it off by putting out a great soundtrack. It was great to hear the songs from the movie, such as Money For Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies and UHF,... Read more
Published on July 3 2004 by Kevin
5.0 out of 5 stars weird al is pure gold.
his music keeps geting better with each album.
Published on April 12 2004 by ryan exton
4.0 out of 5 stars fun house
The hot rocks polka has nothing to do with the UHF movie, but it's Weird Al's best polka ever!
(if the Rolling Stones are going to keep recording and touring -- and they are... Read more
Published on Jan. 20 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly enjoy this cd
As others before me have said, this cd is awesome. Its humor is infectious for those who have seen the movie and those that haven't alike. Read more
Published on Dec 25 2003 by lonelady
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good...
this CD is just about everything you'd expect from a Weird Al CD.
Money for nothing/ Beverly Hillbillies- good, big laughs, almost a dedication song- A+
Gahndi 2- very... Read more
Published on May 22 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars UHF has it all, it has it all, on CD, it has it all on CD!
This thirteen track album is one of "Weird Al's greatest masterpieces. For those of you who haven't seen the film you get a few hilarious short sound bites in the form of tracks... Read more
Published on April 21 2003 by James N Simpson
4.0 out of 5 stars CD of DVD about TV? LOL!
Weird Al's only feature film UHF isn't a musical, so there isn't lot of music from the film to feature here. Read more
Published on March 19 2003 by David Hardison
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