"Weird Al" Yankovic Challenge?
Ok it's this simple the first person to correctly answer these questions about "Weird Al" Yankovic, will automatically be made the best answer! I'm only doing this because it's half two in the morning and i'm bored out of my mind.
1) When Did "Weird Al" Yankovic make his first national TV appearance?
2) Including The Movie Soundtrack And the Two Greatest Hits, How Many Records Has "Weird Al" Yankovic released?
3) What date was “Weird Al” Yankovic born? Including the actual day (EXAMPLE: Wednesday November 12th 1912)
- DodgerDaveLv 61 decade agoFavourite answer
1) Al appeared on The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder on April 21, 1981 where he performed "Another One Rides The Bus"
2) 17 albums
1983 - "Weird Al" Yankovic
1984 - "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D
1985 - Dare to Be Stupid
1986 - Polka Party!
1988 - Even Worse
1988 - "Weird Al" Yankovic's Greatest Hits
1989 - UHF - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff
1992 - Off the Deep End
1993 - The Food Album
1993 - Alapalooza
1994 - Permanent Record: Al in the Box
1994 - Greatest Hits Volume II
1995 - The TV Album
1996 - Bad Hair Day
1999 - Running With Scissors
2003 - Poodle Hat
2006 - Straight Outta Lynwood
I did not list the two "Special Project" records because (1) on "Peter and the Wolf" his website states that the record is "this warped classical children's record featuring narration and poems written by Weird Al Yankovic and music arranged, composed and performed by synthesizer whiz Wendy Carlos" - thus it is not a traditional Weird Al offering, and (2) on the "Babalu" record "he is not actually heard anywhere on this collection" (again, per his website).
3) Al was born at 1:56 PM on Friday, October 23, 1959
- Anonymous1 decade ago
1 April 21, 1981
2 29 (not counting DVDs)
3 Friday, October 23, 1959
Straight Outta Lynwood
Running With Scissors
Bad Hair Day
Off the Deep End
"Weird Al" Yankovic
Dare to Be Stupid
Peter & the Wolf/Carnival of The Animals, Pt. 2
The TV Album Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
The Food Album
You Don't Love Me Anymore
Smells Like Nirvana
Imported Productions -
White and Nerdy
Pretty Fly for a RabbiSource(s): http://music.aol.com
- 1 decade ago
1. Weird Al's first TV appearance was April 21, 1981 on the Tomorrow Show.
2. Weird Al has released 24 albums, including video, compilation, album, and his one live album.
3. Weird Al was born October 23, 1959.