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  • Audio CD (May 20, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Volcano
  • ASIN: B000095J7Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (404 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,554 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Couch Potato
2. Hardware Store
3. Trash Day
4. Party at the Leper Colony
5. Angry White Boy Polka
6. Wanna B Ur Lovr
7. A Complicated Song
8. Why Does This Always Happen to Me
9. Ode to a Superhero
10. Bob
11. E-Bay
12. Genius in France

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Weird Al Yankovic ~ Poodle Hat

Customer Reviews

5/5, and I'd give it more if I could.
Kevin
The words fit perfectly to the tune and original lyrics of "Piano Man." "eBay" is almost exactly like "A Complicated Song."
dylman91
Just don't think too hard about what the song is saying and you'll have a great time hearing this track.
G. E. Leifer

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293 of 308 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 5, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a great CD. Funny, yet kind of gross. I'll do some short reviews right here.
1. Couch Potato - Parody of Eminem's "Lose Yourself." Funny, because the guy the song is about has memorized just about every show on the planet. 5/5
2. Hardware Store - Wow. Weird Al can talk really, really fast. I tried singing along - its really, really hard. Very funny, especially all the different items found in a store. 5/5
3. Trash Day - Spoof of Nelly's "Hot in Herre." I thought the original was kind of annoying, so I didn't really like this one. 2/5
4. Party at the Leper Colony - Kind of makes you squirmy, because the lyrics are all about various disembodied body parts. Funny, yet gross. 4/5
5. Angry White Boy Polka - Medley of various rock songs, all by "angry white boys", and accompanied by accordion. 5/5
6. Wanna B Ur Lover - Song of all cheesy pickup lines. Case in point: "I wish I was cross-eyed, so I could see you twice". Very, very clever and funny. 5/5
7. A Complicated Song - One of my favorites. He uses all the rhymes for "complicated" imaginable. Parody of Avril Lavigne's "Complicated" (as you can probably guess.) 5/5
8. Why Does This Always Happen To Me? A funny song about a guy who only thinks about himself. Pretty funny. Also with Ben Folds of Ben Folds Five. 5/5
9. Ode to a Superhero - Parody of Billy Joel's "Piano Man." "The Saga Begins"-esque. Summs up the plot of "Spider-Man" within 5 minutes. I laughed so hard at this one. 5/5
10. Bob - Very goofy. Sang exactly like Bob Dylan. If you can't get the lyrics, here's a clue: Read 'em backwards. Get it now? Very funny. 5/5
11. eBay - Parody of "I Want It That Way" by the (YUCK) Backstreet Boys. Very funny.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Derry on June 2, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I love this CD. I had to look everywhere for it.
"Couch Potato" is a very funny parody of Eminem's "Lose Yourself" and mocks all the [stuff] thats on TV right now. Namely all the stupid shows Fox comes up with now. The funniest line is "I saw Will and Grace one time, one day, and I wish I hadn't cause Tivo now thinks I'm gay". A great song, CD is worth is just for it.
"Hardware store" is an epic in fast speech. I'd like to see him sing that bridge in concert.
"Trash Day" is alright, mostly because Nelly's music makes me cringe. But, since I hear "Hot in Here" all the time, it deserves recognition.
"Party at the Leper Colony" makes fun of the easily pull apart limbs of lepers and is kind of low, but kinda funny.
"Angry White Polka" is decent, I've only heard a couple of the songs in it, but it is basically filler.
"Wanna B Ur Lovr" is chalked full of pick-up lines. "Girl you must be Jamaican, because Jamaican me crazy". Worth listening to a couple times.
"A Complicated Song". In a word, hilarious. Another gem on this ALbum.
"Why Does This Always Happen To Me". Incredibly unrelenting, unsympathetic, and quite enjoyable.
"Ode To A Superhero" is a parody of Billy Joel's Piano Man. "Sling us a web, you're the spider man". Hilarious. Another keeper, follows along the same lines as "The Saga Begins" and "Jurassic Park" in the Al's movie summarization songs.
"Bob" is a tribute to Bob Dylan and contains a lot of palindromes, which are phrases that are spelled the same forwards and backwards, like "Race Car" for example. Must have taken a while to do, even though on the first listen sounds like it was slapped together with no sense.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By G. E. Leifer on June 1, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Having seen Al in concert twice (the showmanship alone is worth the price of admission), I practically bounced off the walls when I heard about Poodle Hat's upcoming release. And boy oh boy was I ever rewarded for my anticipation...
For the reader's convienience, a track by track review follows:
1. Couch Potato (parody of Eminem's "Lose Yourself")
- I'm kind of torn. I'm very impressed with Al's use of the music, yet at the same time I think he said all he needed to say with previous songs like Headline News and I Can't Watch This. A fun tune nonetheless.
2. Hardware Store (original Al)
- This song is great! I can say with all honesty I am addicted to this tune now. From the catchy music to the deftly edited chorus to the downright brilliant bridge (with a machine-gun speed listing of the wares of the store), this is one of Al's best.
3. Trash Day (parody of Nelly's "Hot in Herre")
- This shows how truly amazing Al is. I had a severe dislike for the original, but Al's version made me appreciate it again. Solid stuff with some great female backing vocals.
4. Party at the Leper Colony (original Al)
- I'll say this for Al: He knows he's not perfect and he won't hit one out of the park every time. The cute leper puns don't always work in the song, but the music is just so darned catchy that it more than makes up for it. Just don't think too hard about what the song is saying and you'll have a great time hearing this track.
5. Angry White Boy Polka (Al's polka medley of, well, angry white boys from Staind to Disturbed and everything in between)
- I heard this track for the first time in a Borders and almost knocked over a display laughing. Al has got the modern polka medley down to a science and does not let up here either.
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