Polka Party

Album: Polka Party

Artist: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 1986
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 1986 Volcano Entertainment, III, L.L.C.

Tracklist For Polka Party By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Title Artist Time
Living With a Hernia "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:20 USD 1.29
Dog Eat Dog "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:42 USD 1.29
Addicted to Spuds "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:50 USD 1.29
One of Those Days "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:18 USD 1.29
Polka Party "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:15 USD 1.29
Here's Johnny "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:24 USD 1.29
Don't Wear Those Shoes "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:35 USD 1.29
Toothless People "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:24 USD 1.29
Good Enough for Now "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:03 USD 1.29
Christmas At Ground Zero "Weird Al" Yankovic 3:09 USD 1.29

Reviews For Polka Party By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Sorry

    By Nathan Clouse13
    I feel sorry for Al because the others said "it's your worst album ever!" And i didn't believed them and I believe you and your my Fav artist w/ MJ and he died Also I feel sorry for you and him and the person who helped MJ w/ Baby Be Mine and Thriller
  • His most criminally overlooked album

    By AJ Ramsey
    Is this my favorite Weird Al album? Not by a long shot, but half the songs on it are classics, so how can it be anything less than five stars? Hernia, Toothless People, Dog Eat Dog, Christmas, and Spuds are all great songs, and as usual, the polka medley is well-done as well. I really don't get the disdain for this album - I prefer it over the Bad Hair album any day. Come on people, this is Weird Al! His worst album would still be a complete classic, because he possesses that rarest of traits among artists these days - artistic integrity.
  • Awesome

    By Lycan333
    Classic Al
  • Polka Party

    By DJ Curtls
    This is a good Al album but not great. However, there are some overlooked classics on this album: living with a hernia, here's Jonny, don't wear those shoes, Christmas at ground zero, and toothless people are the best songs on the album.
  • The King Has Returned!

    By Shotgun Overbeck
    The Prince of Parodies! The King of Comedy! The Emporer of... hmmm I'm not sure what. But anywho, get the ALBUM YOU IDIOTS!
  • okay album

    By zKIDCUDIz
    this album is just very okay. Best songs: Living With a Hernia, Christmas at Ground Zero, Good Enough for Now and Addicted to spuds.
  • The Polka Party Hangover

    By MADKC4Ever
    This album was his most underbought album. But the buisness people forced him 2 go into the studio, because of his soaring sucess, that they thought they could make a few bucks off of him. There are alot of good songs on here, like Living with a Hernia, Addicted to Spuds, Don't wear Those Shoes, and Christmas at Ground Zero. But there are some songs on here that just don't do it for me. Examples are Here's Johnny, and Toothless People. Toothless People is probably the worst song on the entire album, and possibly the worst song Weird Al has ever done. The rest are just average. Like the album Weird Al Yankovic, wait until your a hardcore fan until you get this cd. If you are just starting out with the Al, exit out of this album, and head on over to the albums of Straight Ouuta Lynwood, Running with Scissors, or Greatest Hits, both volumes! ;) (BTW, this is the only Weird Al album I would rate a 4 star. All the rest are perfect 5's.)
  • cool

    By robloxdude33
    AWSOME! And sooo funny
  • **** (No no.....lol thats 4 stars)

    By echospot
    This is sweet! Buy it (or some of it). For the best of Weird Al, get the Straight Out of Lynwood and others
  • Just ok

    By Mr Butts
    This cd is definately not his best. There are some good songs though, like Addicted to spuds and christmas at ground zero. If you want the best get his greatest hits or straight outta lynwood. They are good. But it's all Weird Al!

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