Friday, February 24, 2017

Episode 293: I Love It, You'll Hate It



Episode 293: I Love It, You'll Hate It
Pat is joined by his oldest daughter Sara to specifically play songs they think the other will hate. Nephew/Cousin Kyle produces.
From February 23, 2017

With your host:

Pat Francis


00:00:00 Pat and Kyle welcome us to the show. Joining them in the co-host's chair for her third go round is Pat's eldest daughter, Sara! Welcome back, Sara. This episode is dropping the day after Pat's birthday, so a happiest of birthdays to one Patrick Francis Dodson. Today Sara is here for a topic that she came up with called "I Love It, You'll Hate It." Pat will plays songs that he likes, but knows Sara will hate, and vice versa. Kyle's stuck in the middle, so his hate is gonna build up all episode long until he beats up a homeless man to let off the steam like Tyrell on Mr. Robot. Sara is ill, so they're recording at Francis Manor. She is prepping for college, including the SATs. Pat has advised Sara not to even study for it. If she does well the first time, great. If she doesn't, then he'll just drill into her like Tiger Mom until she no longer brings shame upon their house. Anyway, let's play some music that will at least make one person happy and one person upset.
00:05:00 Sara starts us off with a band Pat does not enjoy. Off the album Pretty. Odd., it's "From a Mountain in the Middle of the Cabins" by Panic at the Disco. Pat doesn't like the singer's voice. Sara thinks it's the best voice in all of voices. She feels like everything she's picked falls under the realm of guilty pleasures.
Pat's first pick is "You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC off the album Back in Black. Sara finds Brian Johnson's voice to be "nails on a chalkboard."
00:10:00 Sara goes bananas (HA HA HA HA, Oh, I'm such a card) with her next pick, Gorillaz with "Feel Good Inc." off of Demon Days. Pat likes it! Sara reveals that her order is least offensive to Pat's ears to audio holocaust. Pat just wishes Gorillaz would dress up in monkey costumes. A boy can dream.
Hop on the bus, Pat plays "I Think I Love You" by The Partridge Family off of The Partridge Family Album. Sara doesn't hate this either. She wouldn't seek it out (Pat does all the time), but she's not gonna hate it. Story time: David Cassidy was supposed to be on the podcast recently. He canceled. The night prior to this recording, Pat and Mike Schmidt saw him in concert. The second he hits the stage, David is a complete disaster. Hammered. Slurring. Falling down. It was sad, but they couldn't look away. Pat will elaborate more on a future episode.
00:15:00 Up next for Sara is "Hayloft" by Mother Mother off the album O My Heart. Pat doesn't hate that either. So far we're still in early innings, where this game goes is anyone's guess. Pat wants info on Mother Mother, Kyle has the details. Sara is all Spotify, BTW. She owns very few actual CDs.
Rock in Peace, Lou Reed. Pat plays "The Power of Positive Drinking" off the album Growing Up in Public. Oh boy. Lou. Lou Lou Lou. Sara and Kyle want to drown their own sorrows after listening to that one. "Worst of the worst so far," according to Sara.
00:20:00 From positive drinking to angsty depression. Sara plays "Pouring" by Cyberbully Mom Club off the album Outdoor Activities.
"They recently pulled a lot of their music from Spotify."
- Sara

"Why, because it was terrible?"
- Pat
It did not resonate with Pat at all. Sara acknowledges that they have a certain sound that he does not appreciate.
Off the album Departure, Pat plays "Where Were You" by Journey.
00:25:00 Sara, comment? Not a fan. Is it the music or the voice? "Both." Well there you go. Sara's next is "Mowgli's Road" by Marina and the Diamonds from the album The Family Jewels. Pat feels like it's "Florence + the Machine lite."
Sara like The Beatles and The Kinks... not so hot on The Rolling Stones. Pat plays "Emotional Rescue" off the album Emotional Rescue.
00:30:00 Kyle wisely surmises that 80s Rolling Stones is not the best way to win someone over with Mick and the boys. Sara compares Mick's falsetto voice to Elmo. Well make sure you don't tickle this one. Sara's next one is "No Good Al Joad" by Hop Along off the album Get Disowned. Pat doesn't know if it got better or worse as it went along. In other words, he didn't like it.
Oh yes, we get some Yes. Pat plays "Owner of a Lonely Heart" off the album 90125. It's just white noise to Sara. Not active hatred. Pat takes it as a victory, by golly.
00:35:00 Things get weird with Sara's next pick. Off the album Cardboard Castles, it's Watsky with "Ugly Faces". Not a bad rapper. One of those "white funny rappers" according to Kyle. Sara saw Watsky recently. He jumped into the crowd and they dropped him.
Welp, it's time. Pat plays Bon Jovi with "Knockout" off the album This House Is Not for Sale.
00:40:00 The song is exactly what you expected it to be. Sara has to hear Pat play that in the car pretty much all the time; after all, Pat needs to get pumped up and no one does that better than JBJ. Sara takes us out of Bon Jovi Land and into the territory of The Front Bottoms. She plays "Awkward Conversations" off the EP Rose. Pat doesn't mind it that much. Sara can still acknowledge that The Front Bottoms stink.
After Pat contemplates taking the SATs himself (Back to School sequel, perhaps?), he plays "I Don't Wanna Know" by Phil Collins off the album No Jacket Required.
00:45:00 "It's not great," says Sara. The music just annoys her. To Kyle, it just sounds like every other Phil Collins song. Sara's next artist is someone that Pat DOES NOT LIKE. It's Willow Smith. Pat is not a fan of the Will and Jada offspring, whether they be Willows or Jadens. Sara plays "Marceline" off the album Ardipithecus. Yup, that's a song about Adventure Time. "That's what you can do when you're parents are filthy rich," says Kyle. The song is just a delight to Sara. Pat understands that she can sing, but Willow Smith can whip her hair back and forth somewhere else, thank you very much.
00:50:00 Pat's next voyage to the 1980s is Loverboy. Off their self-titled album, it's "The Kid Is Hot Tonite". Sara feels something, but she doesn't know what it is... something bad, most likely.
Let's get quirky, girly, and indie. Sara plays "Before the World Was Big" by Girlpool off the album Before the World Was Big. Pat doesn't hate it, he likes it more than Willow. So there's that.
00:55:00 This is a band Sara's never heard of: Thin Lizzy (Oof, that one stings). Pat plays "Sarah" off the album Black Rose: A Rock Legend. Sara doesn't mind that one.
Sara's next artist is Grimes. "Oh what's this? 'Extremely High Voltage.' Well I don't need safety gloves, because I'm Homer Simp-" Sorry, that's the wrong Grimes. Sara plays "Kill V. Maim" off the album Art Angels. Well done, well done. Pat and Kyle like it a lot too.
01:00:00 Up next for Pat is "Next to You" by The Police off of Outlandos d'Amour. Pat thought Sara would like it... HE WAS WRONG!!!! WOAH! It just sounds like noise to her.
After Pat fruitlessly tries to explain the punkiness of early Police, Sara plays some folk punk. She plays "Handshake (Never Trust Relationship Advice from the Lead Singer of a Pop-Punk Band)" by Sledding with Tigers off the album A Necessary Bummer. It's like a joke song to Pat. Sara agrees and again acknowledges that Sledding with Tigers are not good. That was her last song.
01:05:00 Pat's last song is by Queen. Off of The Works, it's "Radio Ga Ga". "Nope," says Sara. Ah these kids today with their electronic mail and word processors.
Plugs time. You can find Sara on the Twitter @Probably_Sara or her Youtube channel Probably Sara. She reveals in a shocking Rock Solid exclusive that she had resigned from being the president of her school's GSA. Why? Because she worked really hard to get people to do stuff. No one wanted to do stuff. So she quit. *sniff* They grow up so fast.
01:10:00 Sara has endured Pat's music for 16 years, so it was great for her to come back on the podcast and dish out a little payback. Pat takes us out with "Celluloid Heroes" by The Kinks off of Everybody's in Show-Biz.
Time Song Album Artist Who
00:05:00 From a Mountain in the Middle of the Cabins Pretty. Odd. Panic at the Disco Sara
00:05:00 You Shook Me All Night Long Back in Black AC/DC Pat
00:10:00 Feel Good Inc. Demon Days Gorillaz Sara
00:10:00 I Think I Love You The Partridge Family Album The Partridge Family Pat
00:15:00 Hayloft O My Heart Mother Mother Sara
00:15:00 The Power of Positive Drinking Growing Up in Public Lou Reed Pat
00:20:00 Pouring Outdoor Activities Cyberbully Mom Club Sara
00:20:00 Where Were You Departure Journey Pat
00:25:00 Mowgli’s Road The Family Jewels Marina and the Diamonds Sara
00:25:00 Emotional Rescue Emotional Rescue The Rolling Stones Pat
00:30:00 No Good Tom Joad Get Disowned Hop Along Sara
00:30:00 Owner of a Lonely Heart 90125 Yes Pat
00:35:00 Ugly Faces Cardboard Castles Watsky Sara
00:35:00 Knockout This House Is Not for Sale Bon Jovi Pat
00:40:00 Awkward Conversations Rose The Front Bottoms Sara
00:40:00 I Don’t Wanna Know No Jacket Required Phil Collins Pat
00:45:00 Marceline Ardipithecus Willow Smith Sara
00:50:00 The Kid Is Hot Tonite Loverboy Loverboy Pat
00:50:00 Before the World Was Big Before the World Was Big Girlpool Sara
00:55:00 Sarah Black Rose: A Rock Legend Thin Lizzy Pat
00:55:00 Kill V. Maim Art Angels Grimes Sara
01:00:00 Next to You Outlandos d’Amour The Police Pat
01:00:00 Handshake (Never Trust Relationship Advice from the Lead Singer of a Pop-Punk Band A Necessary Bummer Sledding with Tigers Sara
01:05:00 Radio Ga Ga The Works Queen Pat
01:10:00 Celluloid Heroes Everybody’s in Show-Biz The Kinks Pat

Friday, February 17, 2017

Episode 292: Rock Solid Presents: KISS & Tell LIVE Vol. 2



Episode 292: Rock Solid Presents: KISS & Tell LIVE Vol. 2
Pat Francis, Wayne Federman, Dave Holmes & Cole Stratton read from the 4 greatest books ever written… The individual KISS autobiographies! This show was recorded in front of a LIVE audience on January 20, 2017 at Doc's Lab in San Francisco, CA as part of SF Sketchfest. Kyle Dodson drops the digital needle on some great KISS tunes.
From February 16, 2017

With your host:

Pat Francis


Well hello there, fellow Rock Solid fans! Andrew Rich here. Do you remember some weeks back when Pat Francis and three of his friends got together in front of a live audience and read excerpts from the four original Kiss members' autobiographies? Then consider yourselves some lucky ducks because it's time for VOLUME 2! This episode was recorded from San Francisco Sketchfest a few weeks back. Unfortunately, one James Horatio Pardo (the man who read from Peter Criss' book in Vol. 1) was not able to attend this superstar session. But luckily Pat found a willing (maybe?) replacement in Cole Stratton, one of the co-founders of the festival, a master improviser, and a funny, funny man. So here was the lineup was Volume 2:


  • Pat Francis reads from Paul Stanley's Face the Music: A Life Exposed
  • Cole Stratton reads from Peter Criss' Makeup to Breakup: My Life In and Out of Kiss
  • Dave Holmes reads from Gene Simmons' Kiss & Make-Up
  • Wayne Federman reads from Ace Frehley's No Regrets - A Rock 'N' Roll Memoir


As I mentioned in the show notes for Volume 1, this isn't really the type of episode that is conducive to a full recap because it would just be transcribing book passages. So I'll be taking this week off. In the meantime, listen to this episode. Swim in it. Breathe in these literary masterpieces through your earholes. Trust me, you'll be a better human being because of it.

A belated Happy Valentine's Day and I'll see you next week for Episode 293.

Cheers,
Andrew
Time Song Album Artist Who
00:00:00 Detroit Rock City (Live) Alive II Kiss N/A
00:10:00 Strutter Kiss Kiss N/A
00:15:00 New York Groove Ace Frehley Ace Frehley N/A
00:20:00 Lick It Up Lick It Up Kiss N/A
00:25:00 War Machine Creatures of the Night Kiss N/A
00:30:00 Beth Dynasty Kiss N/A
00:35:00 Hard Times Dynasty Kiss N/A
00:40:00 Do You Love Me? Destroyer Kiss N/A
00:45:00 Cold Gin Kiss Kiss N/A
00:50:00 Hooligan Love Gun Kiss N/A
00:50:00 Rockin’ in the U.S.A. Alive II Kiss N/A
00:55:00 Rip It Out Ace Frehley Ace Frehley N/A
01:00:00 All American Man Alive II Kiss N/A
01:00:00 Radioactive Gene Simmons Gene Simmons N/A
01:05:00 That’s the Kind of Sugar Papa Likes Peter Criss Peter Criss N/A
01:05:00 Rocket Ride Alive II Kiss N/A
01:10:00 Crazy Crazy Nights Crazy Nights Kiss N/A
01:15:00 God of Thunder Destroyer Kiss N/A
01:15:00 Dirty Livin’ Dynasty Kiss N/A
01:20:00 Shock Me Love Gun Kiss N/A
01:20:00 Calling Dr. Love Rock and Roll Over Kiss N/A

Friday, February 10, 2017

Episode 291: Rock Solid LIVE at SF Sketchfest with "Weird Al" Yankovic



Episode 291: Rock Solid LIVE at SF Sketchfest with "Weird Al" Yankovic
Recorded LIVE on Saturday January 21, 2017 at the Swedish American Music Hall with Guest "Weird Al" Yankovic.
From February 9, 2017

With your host:

Pat Francis


00:00:00 Pat and Kyle welcome us LIVE to the 2017 San Francisco Sketchfest in beautiful Des Moines, Iowa.... wait a minute... in beautiful San Francisco. Pat wastes no time in bringing out his special guest, the one and only "Weird Al" Yankovic! Al walks onstage to his classic song "Eat It" off the album "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D. Al is originally from California. When did Al first become fascinated with parody songs? It was when he was a kid and he would change the lyrics to songs he heard on the radio as a goof. Then he started to listening to Dr. Demento and heard all these comedy songs, which made him realize that there were kindred spirits out there.
00:05:00 Al went to college for architecture and he decided that he wasn't that into architecture, so he sent out some tapes of his music. He got airplay on Dr. Demento, then he got a record deal, and the rest is history. His parents were supportive of him; as long as he was happy, they were happy. The first single that broke Al through was "My Bologna" off his self-titled debut album. That was actually the re-recorded version, the original single was recorded in the bathroom across the hall from his college radio station. Doug Fieger and the rest of The Knack were very cool about it, in fact they encouraged the vice president of Capitol Records to release it. Pat plays another song off the debut album, "I Love Rocky Road". Most of those early Weird Al songs are indeed about food. "My accountant said if I do enough songs about food I could write off my groceries on my tax returns," says Al.
00:10:00 Al was very lucky with the artists he parodied early on. Another example was when he parodied Queen with "Another One Rides the Bus" for his debut album. The song was recorded live on Dr. Demento, with his drummer John "Bermuda" Schwartz smacking Al's accordion case for percussion. Al's first six albums were produced by Rick Derringer of all people. They hooked up because of a connection between Rick and the writer of one of the songs Al parodied. They got along great, Rick was a lot of fun and even played on the first couple of albums; the guitar solo on "Eat It" is Rick Derringer. When did Al start playing the accordion? He learned it from ages 7-10, his parents just figured Al needed an instrument.
00:15:00 Pat plays a song from Al's second album "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D called "I Lost on Jeopardy". When Al did the song, Jeopardy was not on the air at the time, Al based it on the old Art Fleming version. The second album has a fuller production sound, according to Pat. Al says that the albums' production grew exponentially because in those early days, they didn't have enough money for an exorbitant amount of studio time. As he and the band became more popular, they could afford proper studio production time. Pat plays another track off the album, "Theme from Rocky XIII (The Rye or the Kaiser)".
00:20:00 Again, Survivor was totally cool with Al parodying their song because, let's face it, Al was making them and the other artists he parodied a nice chunk of change in royalty money.
"I made Michael Jackson enough money for the other glove."
- "Weird Al"

Al's number one rule with a parody song is that it needs to be funny even if you don't know the source material. Pat moves on to Al's third album Dare to Be Stupid and plays the track "Girls Just Want to Have Lunch". Al admits that that song was written under duress because the record company wouldn't release the album unless he did a Cyndi Lauper parody. So that's why Al sings with a harsh voice on it. When did Al start writing original songs? From the beginning. Al always makes sure to even out the parody songs with the originals, although most people only know the parodies because those were the singles.
00:25:00 When he got his first Grammy, his first Gold album, his first Platinum album, it all felt so unreal to Al. Did Al splurge on anything when the money started to come in? Not splurge, but he did buy a house. He made sure he wasn't in debt. Al feels like he's lucky to have a career and he doesn't want to live beyond his means. Pat notes that Al is an all-ages kind of artist and points out a young man in the audience named Enzo. Enzo is a big fan of Al and considers him a personal hero. Pat promises to give Enzo a signed copy of Mandatory Fun. "Now who's your hero?" Pat plays the smash hit "Like a Surgeon". Kyle is a big fan of Al too.
00:30:00 Meeting Dr. Demento was a dream come true for Al. It started with him sending the good doctor tapes of his songs, then he invited him to his radio show where he played live, and they've been friends ever since. Dr. Demento loved the idea of a kid playing the accordion and thinking he was cool. Al's daughter is used to her dad's career. She's not awestruck or jaded by it, it's just part of her life. Where does Al keep his Grammys? They're all in the den on a shelf. His platinum albums are displayed on a wall.
00:35:00 Pat jumps forward to the album Running with Scissors and the epic "The Saga Begins". Pat considers it the "Stairway to Heaven" of parody songs. What music does Al like to listen to? He likes quirky bands, bands with a sense of humor. New Wave, Alternative bands, The British Invasion. Concerning "The Saga Begins," Al wrote the song before the film came out; he based the lyrics on internet rumors. A funny story, a few months later Madonna did her version of "American Pie." Some people were wondering why she was doing "an unfunny version of that 'Weird Al' song." That wouldn't be the only Star Wars song in Al's canon. Off of Dare to Be Stupid, Pat plays "Yoda". Al wrote it in 1980, but it didn't come out until 1985 because of all the paperwork that needed to be done (Lucasfilm had to sign off on it, Ray Davies, etc.)
00:40:00 With Ray, he didn't even know that Al wrote the song. So when he met Al, he agreed to it. That's the case sometimes where management doesn't even tell the artist about Al's parody. Pat plays a song from Al's fourth album Polka Party! called "Here's Johnny". What song parody came to Al immediately after hearing the original? "Fat" was one. That's off of Even Worse. Al still rocks the fat suit on stage. Doesn't smell too kindly after the tour is over, though. Pat thought that Al was gonna answer the question with this song: "Gump" off the album Bad Hair Day. Al has had quite the number of messages on social media tell him to remake the song about a certain political figure. "Too easy," he says.
00:45:00 What's the best song Al wrote that he couldn't get permission to release? Al JUST got permission to release a song that he wrote in 1981! It's a parody of "Taxman" by The Beatles called "Pacman." The song played a few times on Dr. Demento, Apple Records stepped in, and the song was lost forever. Al is a friend of Dhani Harrison, George's son, and that helped finally release the song from the Yankovic Archives. It will be on a career retrospective box set coming out later in the year. Pat mentions a song that Al did in the style of The Doors called "Craigslist" off the album Alpocalypse. Ray Manzarek himself plays keyboards on the song. And that's happened before, the great Mark Knopfler played guitar on his parody, "Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies" off the soundtrack to UHF.
00:50:00 Michael Jackson was very supportive of "Eat It" and "Fat." There was a third song written, but never got recorded. After UHF tanked, Al was desperate for a comeback hit and he wanted to do another MJ song. Jackson turned him down because he knew it was too desperate. Al credits Jackson for stopping him because he made this song instead: "Smells Like Nirvana" off of Off the Deep End. Al was a Nirvana fan and was quite happy that they made it big. Pat asks about doing the theme to the Leslie Nielsen film "Spy Hard." Al worked with an 85-piece orchestra and did a James Bond theme pastiche. Pat plays the song "Spy Hard".
00:55:00 Al has done a boatload of music videos. In the early days, the money for the videos was taken out of his royalties. Nowadays he's working with places like Nerdist, Funny or Die, Yahoo, and College Humor who need content, so Al's music video cost is 0. There was a period of time after MTV but before YouTube where it didn't make sense to Al to do music videos. But now with YouTube, it's a very helpful medium to reach people. Pat brings up Al TV. MTV would just give Al these blocks of time to do whatever he wanted. No budget. It was like watching public television on a national scale. Al's most recent album was 2014's Mandatory Fun. It sold like gangbusters, going to number one in the charts (Al's first number one album ever).
01:00:00 Al is not actively working on new music right now, he's got other projects going on. But when he's ready, he'll certainly go back into the studio. "That's the bummer with releasing a complete 'Weird Al' Yankovic box set," he says. "I'm not dead yet. At some point I'll probably be doing something else." Pat goes back to Bad Hair Day with the song "Amish Paradise". There was a whole controversy about whether or not Coolio signed off on the song, he was angry about it. Everything is cool now, all water under the bridge. Pat plays another one, the Chili Peppers-inspired "Bedrock Anthem" off of Alapalooza.
01:05:00 Al doesn't plan on touring this year (he extensively toured for Mandatory Fun), next year he plans on doing a no-frills version of the tour. No costumes, no props, no videos, "Just a bunch of old guys playing instruments." The show is about two hours long, they try to jam as many songs in as possible. It's been the same group of guys since forever: John "Bermuda" Schwartz, Steve Jay, Jim West, and Ruben Valtierra. Al considers them to be both his bandmates and his good friends. Recently Al was the bandleader for the final season of Comedy Bang! Bang! on IFC. He and Scott are friends, he's been on the CBB podcast a bunch of times, and when Scott asked Al to be on the show, Al happily said yes. Pat plays a song in the vein of Billy Joel's "Piano Man" called "Ode to a Superhero" off of the album Poodle Hat. For legal reasons, Al had to call the song "Ode to a Superhero" instead of "Spider-Man."
01:10:00 Which song can Al never leave off the setlist? To him, there's a half dozen of them. But no matter how long the set is, he feels like he's leaving off a song somebody loves. Al tries to put in as many hits, new songs, and deep cuts into the show as he can. Groupies? "I'm still waiting," answers Al. Pat asks why it's "Weird Al" in quotes. They're both in quotes because A) "Weird" is not Al's nickname and B) That is not his legal name. Back in the day, everyone had a wacky on-air name for Dr. Demento and stuff like that. So he came up with "Weird Al." But for his college radio station, he was "Al Matthews," playing all mellow, all night long. Pat plays a song from Mandatory Fun called "Word Crimes".
01:15:00 Thanks so much to the legendary "Weird Al" Yankovic for coming on the show and being 100% AWESOME! While the SF Sketchfest crowd applauds, Pat takes us out with "Tacky" off of Mandatory Fun.
Time Song Album Artist Who
00:00:00 Eat It "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:05:00 My Bologna "Weird Al" Yankovic "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:05:00 I Love Rocky Road "Weird Al" Yankovic "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:10:00 Another One Rides the Bus "Weird Al" Yankovic "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:15:00 I Lost on Jeopardy "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:15:00 Theme from Rocky XIII (The Rye or the Kaiser) "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:20:00 Girls Just Want to Have Lunch Dare to Be Stupid "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:25:00 Like a Surgeon Dare to Be Stupid "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:35:00 The Saga Begins Running with Scissors "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:35:00 Yoda Dare to Be Stupid "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:40:00 Here’s Johnny Polka Party! "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:40:00 Fat Even Worse "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:40:00 Gump Bad Hair Day "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:45:00 Craigslist Alpocalypse "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:45:00 Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies UHF Soundtrack "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:50:00 Smells Like Nirvana Off the Deep End "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
00:50:00 Spy Hard Single "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
01:00:00 Amish Paradise Bad Hair Day "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
01:00:00 Bedrock Anthem Alapalooza "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
01:05:00 Ode to a Superhero Poodle Hat "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
01:10:00 Word Crimes Mandatory Fun "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat
01:15:00 Tacky Mandatory Fun "Weird Al" Yankovic Pat