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Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Colon T

     
 

If you can't make sense of a 15-minute animated late-night show featuring three anthropomorphic food items joined together as a superhero team and never doing anything very superhero-like, then the soundtrack to their movie won't make any sense, either. One has to well versed in the cruel, ribald, and outrageously funny world of Adult Swim's Aqua Teen Hunger Force<See more details below

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If you can't make sense of a 15-minute animated late-night show featuring three anthropomorphic food items joined together as a superhero team and never doing anything very superhero-like, then the soundtrack to their movie won't make any sense, either. One has to well versed in the cruel, ribald, and outrageously funny world of Adult Swim's Aqua Teen Hunger Force to appreciate the soundtrack to their first feature film, which all adds up to the rolls-off-the-tongue title Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Colon the Soundtrack. Ballads about being nude delivered by singing milkshakes and singing meatballs butt up against ferocious, rebellious metal (Mastodon, Unearth), good-timing underground hip-hop (Schoolly D, Killer Mike), and unexpected twists and turns like campy intermission music and hilarious skits from the Aqua Teens and their aggressive, oafish, and totally New Jersey neighbor Carl. Hardcore fans of the show -- and there really isn't any other kind -- will enjoy the familiar anthem "Party Party Party" from Andrew W.K. and "I Want Candy" from nerdcore rapper MC Chris, but they'll probably be disappointed that the remix to Schoolly D's theme for the show isn't an improvement, but a downgrade. Otherwise this is pure flippant subversive joy with a great and rare Hold Steady track given a good home plus few hidden gems that shouldn't be spoiled. Top it off with rockin' Frank Frazetta artwork that idealizes what never should have been idealized, and you've got a perfectly absurd memento of a perfectly absurd film. Plus, with a song title like "I Like Your Booty (But I'm Not Gay)" you just can't go wrong.

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Product Details

Release Date:
04/10/2007
Label:
Williams Street
UPC:
0838446000120
catalogNumber:
60001
Rank:
146083

Tracks

  1. Nude Love  -  Dana Snyder
  2. Groovy Time for a Movie Time  -  Soda Dog Refreshment Squad
  3. Cut You Up with a Linoleum Knife  -  Mastodon
  4. More to Me Than Meat and Eyes  -  Early Man
  5. Athf Theme  - Erik Johnson
  6. Skit
  7. The Chosen  -  Unearth
  8. Party Party Party  - Andrew W.K.
  9. Skit
  10. Carl's Theme  - Brian Pulito
  11. Bookworm Resin  -  Brass Castle
  12. Skit
  13. Blam Blam  -  Grind Time Official
  14. I Like Your Booty (But I'm Not Gay)  -  Dana Swanson
  15. I Want Candy  - MC Chris
  16. Girls Like Status  -  Hold Steady
  17. Nude Love (Reprise)  -  Master Shake
  18. [CD-Rom Track]

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dave Willis   Vocals,Background Vocals
Andrew W.K.   Guitar
Michael Köhler   Bass,Drums
Matt Maiellaro   Guitar,Background Vocals,Soloist

Technical Credits

Schoolly D   Composer
Dave Willis   Composer,Executive Producer
Boris Vallejo   Paintings
Scott Luallen   Composer
Craig Finn   Composer
Eddie Horst   Arranger,Composer
Franz Nicolay   Composer
Andrew W.K.   Engineer
Tad Kubler   Composer
Michael Köhler   Composer,Engineer
Ted Young   Engineer
Brass Castle   Composer
Trevor Phipps   Composer
Dana Snyder   Composer
Matt Maiellaro   Composer,Engineer,Executive Producer
Dana Swanson   Composer
Devin Flynn   Artwork
Nick Ingkatanuwat   Composer,String Arrangements
Todd James   Artwork
Early Mike   Producer
Andrew Owens   Engineer
Mark Shimmel   Executive Producer
Neville Walker   Engineer
Nick Weidenfeld   Executive Producer

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