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"Weird Al" Yankovic In 3-D
(AA) In 3-D
Studio Album by "Weird Al" Yankovic
Released February 28, 1984
Recorded October 1983 - December 1983
Length 44:03
Format Vinyl, Cassette, CD
Record Label Rock 'n' Roll Records / Scotti Brothers
Catalog Number BFZ 39221 (Vinyl) (first release)
Producer Rick Derringer
Lead Single Eat It
Previous Album "Weird Al" Yankovic
Next Album Dare To Be Stupid

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"Weird Al" Yankovic In 3-D is the second studio album from musician "Weird Al" Yankovic. The album was released in 1984 on LP and Cassette and released on CD in 1986. The album was re-issued on CD in 1999 by Volcano Records alongside all of his other studio albums that were released before Volcano Records bought Scotti Bros. The album includes 5 parodies and 6 originals, with 3 of the parodies being released as singles.

SinglesEdit

  1. Eat It
  2. King Of Suede
  3. I Lost On Jeopardy

Track ListingEdit

No. TitleWriter(s)Parody of Length
1. "Eat It"  Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly, "Weird Al" YankovicBeat It by Michael Jackson 3:21
2. "Midnight Star"  YankovicStyle parody of Bruce Springsteen 4:35
3. "The Brady Bunch"  Ivan Doroschuk, YankovicThe Safety Dance by Men Without Hats 2:41
4. "Buy Me A Condo"  YankovicStyle Parody of Bob Marley 3:45
5. "I Lost On Jeopardy"  Greg Kihn, Steve Wright, YankovicJeopardy by The Greg Kihn Band 3:28
6. "Polkas On 45"   Can be found here 4:23
7. "Mr. Popeil"  YankovicStyle Parody of the B-52s 4:42
8. "King Of Suede"  Gordon Sumner, YankovicKing of Pain by The Police 4:15
9. "That Boy Could Dance"  YankovicOriginal 3:34
10. "Theme From Rocky XIII"  Frankie Sullivan, Jim Peterik, YankovicEye of the Tiger by Survivor 3:37
11. "Nature Trail To Hell"  YankovicStyle Parody of Michael Jackson and Twisted Sister 5:50

PersonnelEdit

  • "Weird Al" Yankovic – Synthesizer, Piano, Accordion, Vocals
  • Jim West – Guitar
  • Steve Jay – Banjo, Bass, Talking Drums
  • Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz – Percussion, Drums
  • Rick Derringer – Guitar, Mandolin
  • Tony Papa – Engineer
  • Lane/Donald – Art Direction
  • Jim Heimann – Artwork, Cover Illustration
  • Jay Pope – Cover Photos
  • Warren Luening – Trumpet
  • Joel Miller – Bongos
  • Don Pardo – Announcer
  • Joel Peskin – Clarinet
  • Lisa Popeil, Petsye Powell, Andrea Robinson, and Pattie Brooks – Background Vocals
  • Pat Regan – Synthesizer, Piano
  • Jim Self – Tuba
  • Robert Tebow – Double Bass
  • Jimmy "Z" Zavala – Saxophone

ProductionEdit

ChartsEdit

AwardsEdit

Grammy Awards

Year Award Winner
1984 Best Comedy Recording Eat It

American Video Awards

Year Award Winner
1984 Best Male Performance Eat It

U.S. Gold/Platinum Albums

Year Award Winner
???? U.S. Gold Album "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D
???? U.S. Platinum Album "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D

People Magazine

Year Award Winner
???? Top 10 Albums "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D

TriviaEdit

Easter EggsEdit

See AlsoEdit

Studio Albums

"Weird Al" Yankovic (1983)"Weird Al" Yankovic In 3-D (1984)Dare To Be Stupid (1985)
Polka Party! (1986)Even Worse (1988)Peter and the Wolf (1988)
UHF - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff (1989)Off The Deep End (1992)
Alapalooza (1993)Bad Hair Day (1996)Running With Scissors (1999)Poodle Hat (2003)
Straight Outta Lynwood (2006)Alpocalypse (2011)Mandatory Fun (2014)

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