|1||Good Enough For Now||3:02|
|3||One Of Those Days||3:16|
|5||Christmas At Ground Zero||3:08|
|6||Don't Wear Those Shoes||3:35|
|8||Dog Eat Dog||3:42|
|9||Addicted To Spuds||3:49|
|10||Living With A Hernia||3:18|
|FZ 40520, Z 40520||"Weird Al" Yankovic||Polka Party! (LP, Album)||Rock'n'Roll Records, Rock'n'Roll Records||FZ 40520, Z 40520||US||1986|
|FZT-40520||"Weird Al" Yankovic||Polka Party! (Cass, Album, CrO)||Rock'n'Roll Records, Scotti Bros. Records||FZT-40520||Canada||1986|
|5209-2-SB||"Weird Al" Yankovic||Polka Party! (CD, Album, RE, Lon)||Rock'n'Roll Records||5209-2-SB||US||1990|
|FZ 40520, Z 40520, 40520||"Weird Al" Yankovic||Polka Party! (LP, Album, Pit)||Rock 'N' Roll Records, Rock 'N' Roll Records, Rock 'N' Roll Records||FZ 40520, Z 40520, 40520||US||1986|
|C28Y0228||"Weird Al" Yankovic||Polka Party! (LP, Album)||Rock'n'Roll Records||C28Y0228||Japan||1986|
- Arranged By – A.Yankovic (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B3)
- Arranged By, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Accordion, Keyboards, Glockenspiel – "Weird Al" Yankovic
- Backing Vocals – Jim West , Lisa Popeil, Steve Jay, The Waters Sisters
- Banjo, Bass – Steve Jay
- Baritone Saxophone – Gary Herbig
- Clarinet – Joel Peskin
- Drums, Percussion – Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz
- Engineer [Assistant] – Jamey Dell
- Engineer, Mixed By – Tony Papa
- Guitar – Jim West , Rick Derringer
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Jim Cox
- Piano – Sonny Burke
- Producer – Rick Derringer
- Synthesizer – Pat Regan
- Tenor Saxophone – Bill Anderson
- Trumpet – Warren Luening
- Tuba – Tommy Johnson
- Violin – Dennis Fetchet
- Written-By – A.Yankovic (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B2, B4, B5)
PZ 40520 - On Spine
Z 40520 - On Label
A1: James Brown's "Living in America"
A3: Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love"
B1: DeBarge's "Who's Johnny"
B3: Mick Jagger's "Ruthless People"
Other songs written by A.Yankovic.
- Barcode: 0 7464-40520-1 02
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Run-out, Hand-etched): PAL 40520-1F D G1 B1
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Run-out, Hand-etched): Polka 'Til You Puke
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Run-out, Hand-etched): PBL 40520-1C D G1
- Matrix / Runout (B-Sde Run-out, Hand-etched): Where's My Liquid Paper?
Polka Party is the fourth studio album by Weird Al Yankovic, released on October 21, 1986. The album was produced by former The McCoys guitarist Rick Derringer. Recorded between April and September 1986, the album was Yankovic's follow-up to his successful 1985 release, Dare to Be Stupid. The album's lead single was Living With a Hernia, although it was not a hit and did not chart. Polka Party - Weird Al Yankovic. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Polka Party is Weird Al's fourth studio album released in 1986. The album sold terribly, and is generally considered by his fans his worst album. It nearly destroyed Weird Al's career as well. The album created 2 singles titled Living With A Hernia and Christmas At Ground Zero. The album was originally released on Vinyl, Cassette and CD making it the first first Weird Al record to have a CD release in its release year with the last three albums being re-issued on CD later. The album was re-issued in. The complete 1986 studio album Polka Party by Weird Al Yankovic. Thanks to user NCC13 for the request. Tracklist: 1. Living with a Hernia 0:00. Songs in album Weird Al Yankovic - Polka Party 1986. Weird Al Yankovic - Living With A Hernia. Weird Al Yankovic - Dog Eat Dog. Weird Al Yankovic - Addicted To Spuds. Weird Al Yankovic - One Of Those Days. Weird Al Yankovic - Here's Johnny. Weird Al Yankovic - Don't Wear Those Shoes. Weird Al Yankovic - Toothless People. 03:20 192 К. That would have been great. The front cover shows Weird Al Yankovic, clad in lederhosen, performing for a bunch of enthusiastic punkers. Now anyone that has spent time with a punk audience in the mid-'80s would probably agree that if a really great polka act came onstage and played, the punk crowd would probably go wild. That's because polka is a rich musical tradition good polka music is timeless. A really good parody is the same way, but what about a parody of a hit song that is so insubstantial that it is completely forgotten 15 years later That's the big problem with this. Album 1986 10 Songs. Polka Party Weird Al Yankovic. Party Weird Al Yankovic. Produced by Rick Derringer. Album Polka Party Polka Party Lyrics. You could have a big dipper Going up and down around the bends You could have a bumper car bumping This amusement never ends I wanna be your sledgehammer Why don't you call my name Let me be your sledgehammer This will be my testimony, yeah, yeah yeah. Listen free to Weird Al Yankovic Polka Party Living With A Hernia, Dog Eat Dog and more. 10 tracks 33:42. Polka Party is the fourth album by song parodist Weird Al Yankovic, released in 1986. This album is known for having three of its four parodies be of theme songs to then-recent movies: Rocky IV Living in America parodied into Living with a Hernia, Ruthless People Ruthless People parodied into Toothless People, and Short Circuit Who's Johnny parodied into Here's Johnny. Weird Al's 4th album. US release history: 1986: Released by Rock 'n Roll Records on LP FZ 40520, cassette FZT 40520 and CD ZK 40520, originally included longbox. One thing I have to say about these Weird Al reissues from 1999-2000 is that the plastering of the Scotti BrosRock N' Roll labels is very very poor, mainly on his 80's albums. They just put white squares over the labels' logos and slap Way Moby and Volcano in black on them