Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
Scotty Brothers Records presents this collection of music videos by the clown prince of pop music, "Weird Al" Yankovic. Released in 1996, Weird Al Yankovic: Bad Hair Day coincided with the album of the same name and includes four videos, each skewering a different popular song. "Amish Paradise," for example, lampoons Coolio's award-winning rap tune "Gangsta's Paradise, complete with an appearance by Florence Henderson of Brady Bunch fame. The other songs included are "Gump," "Headline News," and a parody of Dire Straights' "Money for Nothing" that features the real Mark Knopfler on guitar and was originally a part of Yankovic's film, UHF.
accordion, comedian, music-video, singer