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All Music Guide - Jack Rabid
Many tribute albums are as boring as watching bowling, but this is not one of them. Instead of a pack of punchless, nondescript underachievers ineptly stumbling through the works of giants, why not assemble 34 irreverent punk bands to blast off on 35 familiar, silly themes from popular TV shows? The results are mostly as fun as the concept is funny. Even without hearing those scathing lampoon-sters the Meatmen skewer "Green Acres" and "Mission Impossible" or drunk-punks Murphy's Law roast "Zoom," you just know it's going to be hoot city. The true godfathers of this goofy game, the Dickies (who released memorable punk versions of "Gigantor" and "The Banana Splits" in the ...
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All Music Guide - Jack Rabid
Many tribute albums are as boring as watching bowling, but this is not one of them. Instead of a pack of punchless, nondescript underachievers ineptly stumbling through the works of giants, why not assemble 34 irreverent punk bands to blast off on 35 familiar, silly themes from popular TV shows? The results are mostly as fun as the concept is funny. Even without hearing those scathing lampoon-sters the Meatmen skewer "Green Acres" and "Mission Impossible" or drunk-punks Murphy's Law roast "Zoom," you just know it's going to be hoot city. The true godfathers of this goofy game, the Dickies (who released memorable punk versions of "Gigantor" and "The Banana Splits" in the '70s), just have to zip through "Secret Agent Man," while fellow L.A. vets Agent Orange -- who covered "Secret Agent Man" on a 7" previously -- give the appropriate spy-movie surf punk sound to "Get Smart." There's one amusing moment after another as the crappy cream of TV cheese is decimated, including such indelibly corny themes as "Beretta" (Trick Babys), "Laverne and Shirley" (No Use for a Name), "Mary Tyler Moore" (Clowns for Progress), "Beverly Hillbillies" (Butt Trumpet), and, of course, "Gilligan's Island" (Manic Hispanic). Special mention must go to Todd Bridges ("Willis") having a go at his own show, "Different Strokes." But where's the Batman theme? After all, covers of that smoker by Neal Hefti's Orchestra go all the way back to the '60s Who and '60s Kinks.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/4/2001
  • Label: GAMMON
  • UPC: 616892066620
  • Catalog Number: 666

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Paid Programming (1:37)
  2. 2 Green Acres (0:57)
  3. 3 Zoom - Murphy's Law (1:24)
  4. 4 Where in the World Is Carmen San Diego? (2:21)
  5. 5 Roadrunner (0:48)
  6. 6 Friends (2:34)
  7. 7 Mission: Impossible (0:52)
  8. 8 Baretta (1:46)
  9. 9 Diff'rent Strokes (0:52)
  10. 10 Cops (2:27)
  11. 11 Get Smart (2:37)
  12. 12 Secret Agent Man (2:22)
  13. 13 Hawaii Five- O - Furious George (1:49)
  14. 14 Stingray (1:52)
  15. 15 Out of Limits (2:03)
  16. 16 Laverne and Shirley (Making Our Dreams Come True) (1:10)
  17. 17 Mary Tyler Moore (3:00)
  18. 18 (Theme From) The Monkees (0:45)
  19. 19 The Partridge Family (2:31)
  20. 20 Welcome Back Kotter (1:46)
  21. 21 Saved by the Bell - Cretins (0:50)
  22. 22 Paid Programming (0:59)
  23. 23 Cheers (2:04)
  24. 24 WKRP in Cincinnati (0:51)
  25. 25 It's Garry Shandling's Show (0:32)
  26. 26 Bewitched (1:13)
  27. 27 The Munsters (0:38)
  28. 28 All in the Family (0:48)
  29. 29 The Jeffersons (0:53)
  30. 30 Gilligan's Island (1:46)
  31. 31 Dukes of Hazzard - Hot Water (1:39)
  32. 32 Hee Haw (1:34)
  33. 33 Beverly Hillbillies (1:40)
  34. 34 Good Times - Bollweevils (0:39)
  35. 35 Charles in Charge (1:38)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Agent Orange Track Performer
The Dickies Track Performer
Murphy's Law Track Performer
The Meatmen Track Performer
No Use for a Name Track Performer
Tesco Vee Vocals
Mark Davis Bass
Tilt Track Performer
Greg Antista Bass
Gordon Gibson Guitar
Janne Haavisto Drums
Sandy Hansen Drums
El Hefe Vocals
Peter Horvath Guitar, Background Vocals
Mikko Lankinen Guitar
Stan Lee Guitar
Ron Malo Drums
Tom Nyman Bass
Mike Palm Guitar
Matti Pitsinki Organ, Guitar
Dan Seelig Drums
Steve Soto Guitar, Vocals
George Tabb Guitar, Vocals
David Weston Guitar, Vocals
Brett Wilder Bass
Butt Trumpet Track Performer
Pastor Ronald Williams Vocals
Laika & the Cosmonauts Track Performer
Jimmy G. Vocals
Brutal Juice Track Performer
Mass Giorgini Bass
Bianca Butthole Bass, Vocals
Jerry Geronimo Cymbals, Drums
Hobbs Drums
Sharon Needles Guitar, Background Vocals
Howie Pyro Background Vocals
Squirtgun Track Performer
Leonard Graves Phillips Organ, Vocals
Coco Guitar
Bryan James Drums
Weston Track Performer
Furious George Track Performer
The Grabbers Track Performer
Manic Hispanic Track Performer
Bollweevils Track Performer
Chino Drums
Clowns for Progress Track Performer
Pink Lincolns Track Performer
Trick Babys Track Performer
Cretins Track Performer
Jesus Christ Superfly Track Performer
Latex Generation Track Performer
Horace Pinker Track Performer
Dan Lumley Drums
Matt Riddle Bass
Tony Sly Guitar, Vocals
Joe Cunningham Cymbals, Voices
Todd Friend Drums
Todd Youth Guitar
dB Bass
The Brain Drums, cowbell
John Jesse Bass
Roy Mayorga Guitar
Seaton Handcock Saxophone, Background Vocals
Chris Imlay Guitar
Rory Koff Drums
Joe Latex Guitar
Paulie Latex Vocals
Robo Milucky Guitar
Tommy Rockstar Bass
Jonny Ver Planck Vocals
Lynne Von Vocals
Flav Giorgini Guitar
Matt Leonard Guitar, Background Vocals
Dean Rispler Bass, Background Vocals
Ranny "Bop" Williams Bass
James Patrick Guitar, Vocals
Todd Morse Guitar
Felix Frump Track Performer
A. J. Cretin Drums, Background Vocals
Dorsey Martin Guitar, Background Vocals
Maurice Torres Guitar
Boris the Sprinkler Track Performer
Eric Rice Bass, Background Vocals
Chris Shiflett Guitar
Matt Hart Vocals
Vaughn Lewis Background Vocals
Benjamin Hapgood Burt Drums
Cinder Block Vocals
Anthony Saporito Bass, Vocals
Miquel Barron Bass, Vocals
Chris Barrows Vocals
Hot Water Track Performer
Mike Faue Drums
Chrisipline Vocals, Background Vocals
Gabe Bass
Nutley LeRoux Bass
Johnny Tastemaker Drums
Ken ? Guitar
Glen Laughlin Bass, Drums, Background Vocals
Deano Guitar, Vocals
Rob Milucky Guitar
Eric Arce Drums, Background Vocals
Sam McCall Bass
Craig Welch Vocals
Ted Wood Guitar
Mitro Guitar
Carl Porcaro Background Vocals
Metal Murf Guitar, Vocals
Paul Johnson Guitar
Brian Drums, cowbell
Toby Morse Vocals
Rusty Pistachio Guitar
Dave Drums, Vocals
Mark Davis Bass
Jim Snyder Guitar, Vocals
Jon "Corn Mo" Cunningham Accordion, Vocals
Stacey Kaye Vocals
Norman Voss Guitar
Rob San Pietro Drums
Fred Stolz Drums
Sam Bolle Bass, Bass Guitar
Jesse Hilliard Bass
C.O.C.O. Guitar
Kevin Coss Bass
Jeremiah Attanasio Drums
Jeffrey Bischoff Guitar
Blare Guitar
Tim Borror Background Vocals
Todd Bridges Vocals
J. Vincent Camacho Drums
Rick Carney Guitar, Vocals
Paul Corlo Drums
John Denrey Guitar, Vocals
DJ DaRoadie Yells
Jon Dunmore Keyboards
Scott Eastman Guitar, Vocals
El Hokie Loco Guitar, Vocals
Eric 2 Bass
Kenny Gabor Background Vocals
Graham Gardner Guitar, Vocals
Donny Giese Bass
Keith Griswold Guitar
Harlan Hendrickson Bass
Pete Horvath Vocals
John Kid Guitar
Chris Kraut Guitar, Background Vocals
Mad Ralphie Vocals
Mo Grease Guitar
Mosco Guitar
Rev. Norb Vocals
Paul 1 Guitar
Paul 2 Drums
Norb Rev Vocals, Noise
Reuben Rivera Drums
Lou Robert Drums
Ian Robinson Background Vocals
Chuck Saltern Bass, Vocals
Steve Sanden Drums
Mike Saporito Drums
Chris Thirsty Bass, Background Vocals
Tío Vocals
Basil Brush Bass
Charlie Quintana Drums
Technical Credits
Keith Barrows Producer, Engineer
Tommy Boyce Composer
Richard Dodd Producer
Ryan Greene Producer, Engineer
Bobby Hart Composer
Peter Horvath Producer
Craig Nepp Producer, Engineer
Nite Bob Producer
Eric Rachel Engineer
Daniel Rey Producer
Laika & the Cosmonauts Producer
Mass Giorgini Producer, Engineer
Laika Producer
The Hi-Fives Producer
David Mitson Mastering
The Grabbers Producer
Manic Hispanic Producer
Clowns for Progress Producer
Trick Babys Producer
Hillary Johnson Engineer
Judd Packer Engineer
B.J. Papas Cover Photo
Roy Mayorga Producer, Engineer
Jim Tierney Engineer
Dean Rispler Producer, Engineer
Pat Walsh Producer, Engineer
Peter Katis Engineer
Dave Willingham Engineer
Andy Earnst Producer, Engineer
Andrew Marks Art Direction
MC Schneeberger Producer
Chris Murphy Engineer
Glen Laughlin Producer, Engineer
Sam McCall Producer, Engineer
Stefan Meyer Producer, Engineer
Mike Barile Engineer
Jon "Corn Mo" Cunningham drum machine
Joyride Producer
Stephen Marsh Mastering
Eric J. Simple Engineer
Michael Barlie Engineer
Corine Borgnet Sculpture
Clyne Brothers Executive Producer
Sam Drucker Producer
Danny Hellman Drawing
Scott Pollack Producer, Concept
Jake Szufnarowski Producer, Concept
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