Alfred Matthew "Weird Al" Yankovic (/ˈjæŋkəvɪk/ YANG-kə-vik;[2] born October 23, 1959) is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, satirist, actor, voice actor, musi"/> "Weird Al" Yankovic ‎– In 3-D - 1984 Parody Pop Rock - Original Canada LP

"Weird Al" Yankovic ‎– In 3-D - 1984 Parody Pop Rock - Original Canada LP

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"Weird Al" Yankovic ‎– In 3-D

Scotti Bros. Records ‎– FZ 39221, Rock'n'Roll Records ‎– FZ 39221
Vinyl, LP, Album

Record is VG++ has a few very light scuffs (listen to our copy)

Cover is VG+ VG++ has light ringwear (see our copy)

Rock, Pop
Pop Rock, Parody





A1 Eat It  3:19
Written-By – A. Yankovic, M. Jackson

A2 Midnight Star  4:33
Written-By – A. Yankovic

A3 The Brady Bunch  2:39
Written-By – A. Yankovic, F. DeVol, Ivan, S. Schwartz

A4 Buy Me A Condo 3:52
Written-By – A. Yankovic

A5 I Lost On Jeopardy  3:26
Written-By – A. Yankovic, G. Kihn, S. Wright

A6 Polkas On 45       4:19




B1 Mr. Popeil  4:40
Written-By – A. Yankovic

B2 King Of Suede   4:12
Written-By – A. Yankovic, Sting

B3 That Boy Could Dance  3:32
Written-By – A. Yankovic

B4 Theme From Rocky XIII  3:36
Written-By – A. Yankovic, F. Sullivan, J. Peterik

B5 Nature Trail To Hell   5:55
Written-By – A. Yankovic




Companies, etc.

Produced For – High Calibre Productions, Inc.
Manufactured By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
Distributed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
Pressed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
Printed By – Shorewood Packaging Corp. Of Canada Ltd.
Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
Recorded At – Santa Monica Sound Recorders





Art Direction – Lane/Donald
Backing Vocals [Female Background Vocals] – Andrea Robinson, Lisa Popeil, Pattie Brooks, Petsye Powell
Bass Guitar, Banjo, Drums [Talking Drums] – Steve Jay
Bass Vocals – Bob Tebow
Bongos – Joel Miller
Clarinet – Joel Peskin
Drums, Percussion – Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz
Engineer – Tony Papa
Guitar – Jim West
Illustration [Cover Illustrations] – Jim Helmann
Management – Jay Levey Associates
Performer [Musical Hands] – "Musical Mike" Kieffer
Photography By [Cover Photos] – Jay Pope
Producer, Guitar, Mandolin – Rick Derringer
Saxophone – Jimmy Zavala
Synthesizer, Piano – Pat Regan
Trumpet – Warren Luening
Tuba – Jim Self
Vocals, Accordion, Piano, Synthesizer – "Weird Al" Yankovic
Voice [Special Guest Appearance By] – Don Pardo






Parodies of:
A1: Michael Jackson's "Beat It"
A3: Men Without Hats' "Safety Dance"
A5: Greg Kihn Band's "Jeopardy"
B2: The Police's "King of Pain"
B4: Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger"

On back cover:
Produced by Rick Derringer for High Calibre Productions, Inc.
© 1984 CBS Inc./℗ 1984 CBS Inc./Manufactured and distributed by CBS Records Canada Ltd.

On labels:
℗ 1984 CBS Inc.
Manufactured and distributed by CBS Records Canada Ltd.




Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode (Printed): 0 7464-39221-1
Barcode (Scanned): 074643922111
Other (spine): B 84
Other (spine): Shorewood logo
Matrix / Runout (A label): AL 39221
Matrix / Runout (B label): BL 39221
Matrix / Runout (A etched variant 1): AL-39221 1A2H2 DM-9
Matrix / Runout (B etched variant 1): BL-39221 1A2H2
Matrix / Runout (A etched variant 2): AL-39221 1A2H2 DM-3
Matrix / Runout (B etched variant 2): BL-39221 1A2H2 DM-4





Alfred Matthew "Weird Al" Yankovic (/ˈjæŋkəvɪk/ YANG-kə-vik;[2] born October 23, 1959) is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, satirist, actor, voice actor, music video director, and author. He is known for his humorous songs that make light of popular culture and often parody specific songs by contemporary musical acts; original songs that are style pastiches of the work of other acts; and polka medleys of several popular songs, featuring his favored instrument, the accordion.
Since his first-aired comedy song in 1976, he has sold more than 12 million albums (as of 2007), recorded more than 150 parody and original songs, and performed more than 1,000 live shows. His works have earned him five Grammy Awards and a further eleven nominations, four gold records, and six platinum records in the United States. Yankovic's first top ten Billboard album (Straight Outta Lynwood) and single ("White & Nerdy") were both released in 2006, nearly three decades into his career. His latest album, Mandatory Fun (2014), became his first number-one album during its debut week.
Yankovic's success comes in part from his effective use of music video to further parody popular culture, the song's original artist, and the original music videos themselves, scene-for-scene in some cases. He directed later videos himself and went on to direct for other artists, including Ben Folds, Hanson, The Black Crowes, and The Presidents of the United States of America. With the decline of music television and the onset of social media, Yankovic used YouTube and other video sites to publish his videos; this strategy proved integral, helping to boost sales of his later albums, including Mandatory Fun. Yankovic has stated that he may forgo traditional albums in favor of timely releases of singles and EPs following on this success.
In addition to recording his albums, Yankovic wrote and starred in the film UHF (1989) and the television series The Weird Al Show (1997). He has also made guest appearances and performed voice acting roles on many television shows and video web content, in addition to starring in Al TV specials on MTV. He has also written two children's books, When I Grow Up and My New Teacher and Me!.


Yankovic second album "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D was released in 1984. The first single "Eat It", a parody of the Michael Jackson song "Beat It", became popular, thanks in part to the music video, a shot-for-shot parody of Jackson's "Beat It" music video, and what Yankovic described as his "uncanny resemblance" to Jackson. Peaking at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 on April 14, 1984, "Eat It" remained Yankovic's highest-charting single until "White & Nerdy" placed at No. 9 in October 2006.

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Format LP
Label Private Pressing
Artist Michael Jackson
Color Black