The Food Album is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter "Weird Al" Yankovic, released on June 22, 1993 by Scotti Brothers Records. The release features ten of Yankovic's song parodies, all of which pertain to food. A similar album, The TV Album, which features songs entirely about television, would be released two years later. The album was begrudgingly released by Yankovic, who felt that the compilation was unnecessary and merely a way for his record label to make money.
Pop Food by Jack Stauber, released 25 March 2017 1. Buttercup 2. Oh Klahoma 3. I Love You Verne Troyer 4. Koi Boy 5. Dog Nightmare 6. Bothersome 7. Safe Socks 8. My Plea 9. Lynn 10. I Understand 11. Candy Eyes Hi. My name is Jack and these are songs I made. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Album: The Food Album. Recorded: Total running time: Fat (Even Worse). Lasagna (Even Worse). Addicted To Spuds (Polka Party). I Love Rocky Road ("Weird Al" Yankovic). Spam (UHF Sountrack And Other Stuff). The White Stuff (Off The Deep End). My Bologna ("Weird Al" Yankovic). Taco Grande (Off The Deep End). Theme From Rocky XIII (In 3-D). Cover Art - Doug Lawrence. This album contains only songs about food.
Food Photo Album is a great way to store your family and personal recipes for years to come. Over the years many families develop a collection of personal recipes that have special meaning to them.
The album is perhaps a bit too filling, with also-rans like "The White Stuff" and "Addicted to Spuds" clogging up arteries here and there. Likewise, "Spam" seems like too predictable a target for one of music's greatest satirists. Nevertheless, The Food Album is an enjoyable bag of treats. Just don't eat too much, or you'll probably get sick.
Pop Food is Jack Stauber’s 3rd album and features his most popular songs Buttercup and Oh Klahoma. Producers Jack Stauber. Writers Jack Stauber.