The Hamilton Polka - Single

Album: The Hamilton Polka - Single

Artist: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2018 Hamilton Uptown Limited Liability Company under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Cor

Tracklist For The Hamilton Polka - Single By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Title Artist Time
The Hamilton Polka "Weird Al" Yankovic 5:00 USD 1.29

Reviews For The Hamilton Polka - Single By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • He should have done the entire soundtrack.

    By Gummibearingress
    Seriously. Forget the actual show. Weird Al is the best.
  • Amazing. Just amazing.

    By Bone Ninja
    I loved the play, and this hits all the best parts.
  • And his repertoire further expands...

    By JDeNicola
    "Weird" Al continues to improve and inspire, since his first delicious hit "My Bologna" to this wonderful improvement to the "Smash Broadway Musical; Hamilton". This has left this listener verklempt!
  • Clean version Please???

    By Grr 358
    As much as I’m a Weird Al fan, I refuse to listen to this polka medley unless a “Clean” version of it exists.
  • Huh...

    By Raw DL
    To be honest, I couldn't stand the Hamilton play. However, I've been a fan of Weird Al for pretty much ever. I learned about this from Jimmy Fallon, where Weird Al and some Hamilton guy were talking about how this was just musically impossible and impressive. All of this is true. WEIRD AL IS A MUSICAL GENIUS AND NO ONE CAN DENY IT.
  • GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By just buy it 🖐🏻 🙃
    Everyone who says this is a bad song shut up because it’s the one of the best songs in history😃
  • I don’t like Hamilton but maybe now I do??

    By MelodyMoonstone
    Very good polka mashup, high quality, 10/10 would accordion again
  • Awesome, Wow

    By Great game for little kids
    Love it Lin you are the best
  • In freaking credible!

    By G_E_O
    Another classic, Al!
  • Just take my money!!!!!!

    By wmckeever
    This bit of brilliance is what happens when two amazing musical talents come together and decide to just have fun. Spend the money. Support Al and Lin Manuel and most of all enjoy this wonderfully funny yet challenging bit of broadway polka!

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