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D.A. Stern Interprets "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Since You've Been Gone" (premiere)

How do you cover "Weird Al" Yankovic? D.A. Stern gets inside his head and notes Yankovic's appreciation of the perfectly-crafted pop song.

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He Performs This Way: 'Weird Al Yankovic: Live! - The Alpocalypse Tour'

"Weird Al" live is as great a concert spectacle as you will ever see. If for some reason you can't make it, this DVD will do nicely in its place.

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Weird Al Yankovic: Alpocalypse

Like his previous albums, Weird Al Yankovic's Alpocalypse mixes several parodies of topical pop with some polkas. As always, the album highlights his gift for lyrics that are simultaneously incisive and absurd.

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Everything You Know Is Wrong: An Interview with "Weird Al" Yankovic

He survived an inexplicable Lady Gaga controversy, and is warning us of the fiery (and hilarious) Alpocalypse at hand. The Grammy-winning comedy icon discusses everything from Rebecca Black to what would've made his Internet Leaks EP more effective, as well as the time he missed out on filling in for James Taylor on The Tonight Show.

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"Weird Al" Yankovic: The Essential "Weird Al" Yankovic

Three decades after his first accordion-assisted recordings, we're still talking about the Clown King of Pop Music and his continued influence.

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Weird Al Yankovic: Straight Outta Lynwood

Weird Al Yankovic's latest CD, Straight Outta Lynwood, will certainly appeal to nerds -- and the nerd in all of us (and perhaps even a few cool people, too).

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The Weird Al Show - The Complete Series

The Weird Al Show is a schizophrenic beast -- too goofy and beset with moral lessons for the hip and ironic crowd, but also far too winking and full of deadpan humor for the children for whom it was designed.

Sean O'Neal
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"Weird Al" Yankovich: The Ultimate Video Collection [DVD]

With radio typically turning a deaf ear to novelty music, limiting the chances Al had for taking his comedy to the public, video may have simply been a back door into the minds of audiences.

Patrick Schabe
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