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Family Guy: Live in Vegas Cast Recording, CD+DVD


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 26, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: January 31, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Cast Recording, CD+DVD
  • Label: Geffen
  • Run Time: 22 minutes
  • ASIN: B000850JTY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,238 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fanfare & Intro - Walter Murphey And His Orchestra
2. Them From 'Family Guy' - Brian
3. Babysitting Is A Bum Deal - Haylie Duff
4. Dear Booze - Brian
5. The 'Q' Man Loves Nobody - Quagmire
6. All Cartoons Are F***** D**** - Brian
7. The Last Time I Saw Paris - Brian
8. But Then I Met You - Lois
9. T.V. Medley - Brian
10. Puberty's Gonna Get Me - Chris
11. But I'm Yours - Lois
12. Slightly Out Of Tune - Brian
13. One Boy - Herbert
14. Quahog Holiday - Brian
15. Bow Music (Theme From 'Family Guy') - Walter Murphey And His Orchestra

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Product Description

TV's favorite dysfunctional cartoon family Peter Griffin, wife Lois, kids Meg, Chris, baby Stewie and dog Brian will all be there when Geffen Records releases `Family Guy In Las Vegas,' a new CD of classic and original songs plus a bonus DVD. Included on the DVD is a music video of 'Stewie's Sexy Party', a making of the video segment, plus a sneak peek at the upcoming season of Family Guy. Geffen. 2005.

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The cartoon series Family Guy is experiencing a network revival these days, and the CD, Family Guy Live in Las Vegas, is undoubtedly just part of the planned marketing blitz. Not exactly a soundtrack, this disc contains mostly new material created specifically for the album, all performed with Vegas lounge panache.

Freed from the constraints of television, series producer Seth MacFarlane tells viewers of the bonus DVD that the comedy on this disc will be "edgier." While Family Guy was never known for subtlety, most of the tracks on this disc are as heavy handed and mean-spirited as hitting someone over the head with a baseball bat. "All Cartoons Are F***** D**ks," with a guest appearance by Jason Alexander, is sort of funny, and the TV medley sung by Brian and Stewie is enjoyable (although it's overstayed its welcome by the time they get to the "Who's the Boss" theme). Other tracks like "Puberty’s Gonna Get Me," and "'Q' Man Loves Nobody" are just painful. Perhaps the most entertaining part of this package is Stewie's "Sexy Party" video, which is found on the DVD. This disc holds promise for Family Guy fans and anyone who's driven to hysterical giggles by the word "balls." For others—not so much. --Leah Weathersby

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Edward Aycock on April 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
From the "so darn talented it's sickening" mind of Seth MacFarlane comes this hilarious CD. It wasn't really recorded live in Vegas, but the CD cleverly constructs the sound of a Vegas act, complete with audience applause and the echo effect. And the gang is all here, with the voices of MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Mila Kunis in place. (MacFarlane has a surprisingly smooth singing style.)

I had to get this the day of release. I was not a fan of "Family Guy" at first but it's grown on me so much I like it more than "The Simpsons". Plus, in a refreshing change from the TV censors, Stewie and the rest swear a great deal; (available in a family-friendly and an explicit CD version with a REALLY nasty swipe at Bea Arthur), yes -- Stewie finally curses.

Every song is written like a Broadway show-stopper. And there's an almost ten-minute medley where Stewie and Brian sing 80s sitcom themes, complete with bad lead-ins like, "imagine Brian if we were ... Perfect Strangers ..." Even funnier is the fact that anybody even thought to resurrect the "Perfect Strangers" theme.

Make this the CD of the week. Special appearances by Haylie Duff, Patti LuPone, Adam West and Jason Alexander. But no sighting of Asian reporter Trisha Takanawa.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gary Ancheta on July 12, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I just purchased the CD and, even though I'm an ocassional fan of Family Guy, I really enjoyed this album alot because it's one of the first cartoon CD that tries to achieve the feeling of a live album. I've had the Simpsons CD and even though it has better music than the Family Guy CD, it doesn't have the same feeling of a live album...a live Vegas album with all the cursing and luridness and candidness that comes from a Las Vegas lounge act.

But besides the whole "Lounge Act", it also has some great music attached to the jokes (which goes beyond just the common fart jokes that the reviewer above seems to think). It reminds me of the best orchestration of a Tom and Jerry or an old Warner Brothers cartoon. It reaches back to the past in a lot of ways and I appreciate both the satire and the homage the CD gives to live lounge acts (like the motif of having random people Jason Alexander come up on stage and sing along with the cast for no apparent reason or the segue dialogue patter of the cast before they spring back into song) in the same way that the South Park Movie spoofs the tone and rhythm of an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

If you're a fan of Live Albums or 60s Lounge Acts or even the Family Guy, this album is for you.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D Rock on April 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album is amazing! Just about everyone in Family Guy including great side characters like Tom Tucker and Diane Simmons, Mayor Adam West and even Herbert the pedophile get their moment on this album. It is very well written and produced and the lyrics are laugh out loud funny. There is also plenty of hilarious dialouge. This album was also a way for Seth MacFarlane to show off his amazing talent singing in Brian's, Peter's, Stewie's, and Quagmire's voice. Of course the Griffin family is well represented on this album, well other than Meg at least. Let's get to the tracks.

1. Intro with Tom Tucker and Diane Simmons

2. Family Guy theme extended version - 9/10 - the Family Guy theme song with plenty of added lyrics

3. Babysitting is a bum deal - 10/10 - Stewie and his babysitter Haylie Duff clash in this duet

4. Dear Booze - 9/10 - Brain sings about the only thing that hasnt betrayed him, alcohol

5. The Q Man loves nobody - 10/10 - A great Quagmire song telling everyone that he's a major player GIGGITY GIGGITY

6. All cartoons are F***** D*** - 10/10 - The Griffin Family along with Jason Alexander sing a hilarious song poking fun at old cartoon characters

7. The last time I saw Paris - 8/10 - Brian sings about his fling in Paris

8. But then I met you - 9/10 - Peter and Lois sing a duet about how they met

9. TV Medley - 10/10 - Brian and Stewie sing the theme tunes to old sitcoms

10. Puberty's gonna get me - 10/10 - This is your chance to hear Chris sing about puberty

11. But I'm Yours - 10/10 - My favorite song off the album, very funny

12. Slightly out of tune - 9/10 - Another great Brian song

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nell's Heart on April 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Any fan of the show must add this to his/her personal collection! This pseudo-stage show packed with tunes performed by the Griffin family and neighbors is a riot act. The music is the classic jazz/standard genre' backed by a full orchestra and background vocalists, is reminiscent of, naturally, a true live Vegas show. From the opening extended version of the "Family Guy" theme, to Stewie's duet with his caregiver on "Babysitting is a Bum Deal", to Chris' "Puberty's Gonna Get Me, each song was crafted to each character's unqiue personality. Notably missing is a solo number from Meg, which only furthers her ongoing plot and plight as the dying-to-be-popular-must-get-a-date-perpetually-misunderstood-full-of-angst teenaged girl. Listen for special appearances by Haylie Duff, Patti LuPone, Jason Alexander, and, of course, Adam West.

I was bit disappointed in the DVD, however. Stewie's video for "Sexy Party" was hilarious--check out those dance moves! Both the making "Family Guy Live in Vegas" and "Stewie's Sexy Party" seemed to be thrown in for good measure. It would have been nice to see more of the other cast members featured instead of just the brilliant Seth Mcfarlane. But as the date for reappearance (again) of the always edgy animated series, I am sure the DVD was added as extra incentive to both purchase the CD and watch the series.

All in all, well worth the money!
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