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UHF Soundtrack

4.4 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 20 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Volcano
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000I018
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #234,140 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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

Product Description

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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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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Weird Al's only feature film UHF isn't a musical, so there isn't lot of music from the film to feature here. However, it does include "Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies", a parody so classic that Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits agreed to it only if he could play lead guitar! Also featured are "UHF" (the end credits), "Let Me Be Your Hog" (the little throw away that uncle Harvey hears while floating in his pool), and "Fun Zone" (Al's only instrumental, it's the music playing when Stanley comes out in the mini-wrecker, just before Joey Miller finds the marble in the oatmeal). Additionaly, we are treated to the ads for "Spatula City" and "Gandhi II". The spatula city bit fits better, since it doesn't depend on sight gags as much as its absurdity. Plus the word spatula just sounds funny. Go ahead, I dare you. Say "spatula" out loud, right now and see if you don't at least smirk.
Since there isn't enough movie material to fill an alubm, those are sprinkled amongst some new offereings. The big winner, in my mind, is "Generic Blues". Imagine if B.B. King had Al's offbeat sensibility and you get the idea. I love when the guitar solo kicks in and Al shouts "Make it talk boy!" Then, after hearing the siren-like drone, follows up with "O.K., now make it shut up!"
"The Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota" is the album's disappointment. At nearly seven minutes of rambling about a family's dream vacation to see the eponymous ball, it feels like a shaggy dog story with the best line in the middle with it's tribute to odd tourist stops ("like Elvis-o-rama, the Tupperware museum, the bole weevil monument and Cranberry World").
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"Weird Al" Yankovic has always been one of pop music's guilty pleasures, and his 1989 release UHF/Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff is no exception. As the title suggests, this album not only commemorates UHF's soundtrack highlights but also additional material recorded between 1988 and 1989. Under returning producer and veteran rock guitarist Rick Derringer, UHF's parodies sound increasingly similar to their originals (i.e., "Isle Thing" and "She Drives Like Crazy"), while a handful of original compositions deliver the beefiest guitars ever heard on a Weird Al release (i.e., the title track, "Let Me Be Your Hog," and "Generic Blues"). Despite this evolving creativity, UHF demonstrates a slump in Weird Al's songwriting abilities as popular music's premier comedian, notably endorsed by his deplorable original "Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters From a Planet Near Mars." Possibly worse, the Fine Young Cannibals' irritating "She Drives Me Crazy" sadly resurfaces via Weird Al's equally irritating "She Drives Like Crazy," which tries the patience of even the most devoted Weird Al fan. Nevertheless, Weird Al rescues listeners' tormented ears and vindicates his artistic credibility with "Gandhi II" (à la "Theme From Shaft") and "Spatula City," two remarkable commercial parodies that prove why he's still America's favorite musical satirist. In addition, UHF's remaining parodies - "Isle Thing," "Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies," and "Spam" - genuinely highlight Weird Al's renowned fixation with food and television, the undisputed formula behind his well-deserved reputation. All things considered, UHF endures artistically as a transitional album between his '80s heyday and the imminent artistic makeover revealed on 1991's Off the Deep End.Read more ›
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