The tribute just got a very nice mention in Episode 13 of The Onion’s AV Club podcast, Reasonable Discussions.
On episode 166 (Part 1) of Crazy Jay’s Rocking Comedy Show, our overlord Al had a pretty nice (albeit low audio quality) interview. Within this view of the inter variety, Al continued to profess his approval of Twenty-Six and a Half:
“I’ve heard the album, it’s fantastic. Everybody did an amazing job I’m so flattered and honored. I can’t believe the fans are that dedicated and they’re willing to spend the time and effort on my behalf.”
On the latest episode of the nerdy show known as “Nerdy Show“, Mr. Al Yankovic got interviewed. In said interview, he was asked about our album, his response:
”I’ve been listening to it, and I think it’s really fantastic work. It’s actually quite amazing. The quality and production of it is mind-boggling.”
We’re very honored, and flattered to get such a positive reaction from the dude we made this thing for. Thanks, Al!
Some of you may be aware of the parody-writing guy, Spaff. If not, he can basically be described as someone who writes parodies that come very close to the quality that Al has. He was slated to be included on the tribute album, but couldn’t get his song done in time for our release.
Luckily, Spaff has finally finished this track! It’s called “If I Could Be Weird Al”. It’s available for free download right this second at The Funny Music Project. It includes cameos by a ton of the artists on Twenty-Six and a Half (Insane Ian, Steve Goodie, Worm Quartet, Devo Spice, to name a few), as well as appearances by Dr. Demento and Weird Al himself! Why are you still reading this when you could be listening to it? Go! Hear it! Now! Blarg!
The physical CDs have arrived! That means that pre-orders are officially over. To those of you who really wanted that extra bonus content, um, well… sorry. Perhaps you should attempt to improve your purchasing speed on future pre-ordering endeavors.
So, head on over to the STORE page to get your very own shiny, archaic CD! Not a fan of objects, you say? Well alright, you lunatic! Put down that book on conspiracy theories and point your internets to iTunes, Bandcamp, CD Baby, or basically any other digital retailer in the known universe!
Hello fellow fellows who’ll be mellow when your dead,
If you’d like to preview the record before you buy, go right ahead. Stream all 20 tracks from the album at your leisure! At our official music page thing!
Physical copies will arrive soon! We’re still taking pre-orders for now, so try to get the free bonus content that comes with all pre-orders while you can!