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Wedding Album

LP (Item 542874) A&M/Ode, 1974 — Condition: Used
Gatefold
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4.50 44

Cheech & Chong return with their Wedding Album – which features their all time great, never to be topped glam metal parody "Earache, My Eye" (Cheech as Alice Bowie) – a tune all the more hilarious given the big, gaudy Lou Adler production! That 5 1/2 minute midsection darn nearly overshadows the rest of the album, but the 70s top popular counterculture comedy duo still brings the goods on skits like "Championship Wrestling", "Wake Up America", "Black Lassie (A Great American Dog)", "Coming Attractions", "Three Little Pigs" and more. (In the original textured cover, including the printed inner sleeve.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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