South Park Chef Aid: The South Park Album [Clean]
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- Released: November 24, 1998
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Sony Music MOD
Entertainment Weekly - 1/8/99, pp.64-65"...What constantly redeems the album is the dark humor and musical chops of creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Their parodies, from Hayes' double-entendre pimp-funk strut 'Chocolate Salty Balls (P.S. I Love You)' to croaky renditions of Bad Company and Styx anthems, are funny, loving mockeries..." - Rating: B
- 1.South Park Theme - Primus
- 2.Nowhere To Run - Ozzy Osbourne / Dmx / 'Ol Dirty Bastard / The Crystal Method / Fuzzbubble
- 3.Chocolate Salty Balls (P. S. I Love You) - Chef
- 4.Brad Logan - Rancid
- 5.Come Sail Away - Eric Cartman
- 6.Kenny's Dead - Master P
- 7.Simultaneous - Chef
- 8.Will They Die For You - Mase / Puffy / Lil' Kim / System of A Down
- 9.Hot Lava - Perry Farrell / D. V. D. A.
- 10.Bubblegoose - Wycleff Jean / Stan / Kyle / Cartman / Kenny
- 11.No Substitute - Chef
- 12.Wake Up Wendy - Elton John
- 13.Horny - Mousse T. vs. Hot 'N' Juicy
- 14.Huboon Stomp - Devo
- 15.Love Gravy - Rick James / Ike Turner
- 16.Feel Like Makin' Love - Ned Gerblansky
- 17.The Rainbow - Ween
- 18.Tonight Is Right For Love - Chef / Meat Loaf
- 19.It's A Rockin World - Joe Strummer
- 20.Mephisto and Kevin - Primus
- 21.Mentally Dull (Think Tank Remix) - Vitro / Cast of South Park
Producers include: Primus, Rick Rubin, Tim Armstrong, Lars Frederiksen, Master P.
Engineers include: D. Sardy, David Schiffman, Robert Casale.
Personnel: Elton John (vocals, keyboards); Isaac Hayes (vocals, background vocals); Eric Cartman, Lil' Kim, Mase, Meat Loaf, Serj Tankian (vocals); Daron Malakian, Ed Stasium, Bruce Howell, Brendan O'Brien (guitar); Eric Stefani (Clavinet); Trey Parker (keyboards); Josh Freese, Matt Stone, John Dolmayan (drums); Chris Trujillo (percussion).
Audio Mixers: Eric Greedy; Dave Sardy; David Bianco; Ed Stasium; Geza X ; Greg Gordon ; Jean-Marie Horvat; Primus; Richard Dodd; Rick Rubin.
Audio Remixers: Dave Sardy; Jean-Marie Horvat; Rick Rubin; Think Tank.
Unknown Contributor Role: Ween.
As unexpected as the South Park phenomenon itself may have been, this album is even more of a left-field entry. It takes the guise of a benefit concert for Chef (Isaac Hayes), featuring some very special guests. Predictably, Hayes takes center stage with some single-entendre Love Man R&B ("Chocolate Salty Balls (P.S. I Love You)"). Cartman is here, too, delivering his hysterically agitated rendition of Styx's "Come Sail Away."
The most unexpected aspect of CHEF AID is the fact that everyone from Elton John to Rancid to Master P. takes part in the hilarity. Primus, who provide the weekly show's theme, are represented by "Mephisto and Kevin," which references two of the show's more unusual characters. Even erstwhile Clash frontman Joe Strummer appears, along with Flea, Benmont Tench and others, on the infectious "Rockin' World," a song bound to catch your ear in any context.
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