So eat it Don't you tell me you're full Just eat it, eat it Get yourself an egg and beat it Have some more chicken Have some more pie It doesn't matter If it's boiled or fried Just eat it, just eat it Just eat it, just eat it, Woo! Your table manners are a crying shame You're playing with your food, this ain't some kind of game Now, if you starve to death You'll just have yourself to blame So eat it. Just eat it. You better listen, better do as you're told You haven't even touched your tuna casserole You better chow down, or . .
Eat It" is a 1984 song by comedy music artist "Weird Al" Yankovic. It is a spoof of "Beat It" by Michael Jackson. The track was both a commercial and critical success, earning Yankovic a Grammy Award. It peaked at in the United States, and reached in Australia. The famous guitar solo, originally performed by Eddie Van Halen, was reproduced by Yankovic's producer, Rick Derringer.
Weird Al" Yankovic - Al in the Studio. A behind-the-scenes look at "Weird Al" Yankovic and his band in the studio during the making of the "Straight Outta Lynwood" album. 3 November 2009 ·. youtube. Weird Al Doing Eat It LIVE. com/user/romionoe ww. yspace. com/romionoe Follow Me On Twitter And Know the Minute I Upload Something!, Twitter: onoe Live In AD/HD.
Prior to the release of Eat It, Yankovic managed to occasionally blip the cultural radar via the Dr. Demento radio show, the release of his debut album, and a few early MTV music videos. But nothing came close to the surprise smash of Eat It as the lead single off Yankovic’s second album, Weird Al Yankovic In 3-D. The song reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, earned Yankovic his first Grammy, and was certified as a gold-selling single (the album itself went platinum).
Weird Al" Yankovic (1983). Okay, so number 14 of 14 is Al’s debut album. This is by no means a bad album, but as Al continued making music over the years he really came into his own, and refined the craft of musical humor which left this album in the metaphorical dust. The parodies on this album are decent enough. The originals leave a bit to be desired. His second album was a huge hit, mainly because of his popular Michael Jackson parody "Eat I. The song actually remained Al's highest-charting single until 2006, and the music video is a terrific shot-by-shot spoof of the original. Another great parody on the album is "Theme from Rocky XIII (The Rye or the Kaiser)" which jokes about how many Rocky movies there can be.
Weird Al" Yankovic In 3-D is the second studio album from musician "Weird Al" Yankovic. The album was released in 1984 on LP and Cassette and released on CD in 1986. The album was re-issued on CD in 1999 by Volcano Records alongside all of his other studio albums that were released before Volcano Records bought Scotti Bros.
Weird Al" Yankovic is the debut album by American parodist Alfred "Weird Al" Yankovic. The album was the first of many produced by former The McCoys guitarist Rick Derringer. Mostly recorded in March 1982, the album was released by Rock 'n Roll Records as an LP and on Compact Cassette in 1983.
Written-By – A. Yankovic*, M. Jackson*
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Written-By – A. Yankovic*
|ZS4 04374||Weird Al Yankovic*||Eat It (7")||Rock'n'Roll Records, Scotti Bros. Records||ZS4 04374||US||1984|
|7Y0059||"Weird Al" Yankovic||Eat It (7", Single)||Rock'n'Roll Records, Scotti Brothers||7Y0059||Japan||1984|
|A 4257||"Weird Al" Yankovic||Eat It (7", Single)||Scotti Bros. Records||A 4257||UK||1984|
|ZS4 04374||Weird Al Yankovic*||Eat It (7", Promo)||Rock'n'Roll Records, Scotti Bros. Records||ZS4 04374||US||1984|
|ES 952||Weird Al Yankovic*||Eat It (7", Single, Promo)||Epic, Rock'n'Roll Records||ES 952||Australia||1984|