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Brak Presents The Brak Album Starring Brak
 : Brak Presents The Brak Album Starring Brak



by: Space Ghost's Brak Album




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0081227977221
Item Dimensions: 3550020575
Label: Kid Rhino
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Kid Rhino
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: March 14, 2000
Publisher: Kid Rhino
Release Date: March 14, 2000
Studio: Kid Rhino




Disc 1:
  1. Really Cool Song
  2. Franz Shoebert
  3. Dentist
  4. Magic Toenail
  5. Babbling Brook
  6. I'll Tell Me Ma
  7. Rock Candy
  8. Big Fat Squid
  9. I Like Hubcaps
  10. Cowboy Buddy
  11. Highway 40
  12. Bananachek
  13. Smell You Later
  14. Store
  15. Brak Counterbrak
  16. Evil Is Only Skin Deep
  17. We Like Girls
  18. El Brakiachi
  19. Beeflog
  20. Another Cowboy Buddy
  21. Barbeque
  22. Count Brakula
  23. I'm Forgettable
  24. Molly Cule
  25. We're Buds
  26. Chili Today, Hot Tamale
  27. Ohio
  28. I've Got You Under My Drawers [*]
  29. Year of the Mantis [*]
  30. Soup on a Stick [*]
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Editorial Review:

Amazon.com:
In the sometimes-twisted world of cartoons, Brak seems to fall someplace between Ren & Stimpy and South Park. Not quite as gross as the former and nowhere near as foul-mouthed as the latter, Valdemar H. Guerta (a.k.a. Brak) climbed to stardom on the back--or slippery ether--of his costar Space Ghost. Now the Brakster has gathered some truly unusual (and unexpected) guests for his first album. Like an audio nightmare cartoon gross-out of the skull, The Brak Album trots out many of his most obese obsessions: "Rock Candy" (great for causing cavities, as Brak duly points out), "Magic Toenail," "Big Fat Squid," "We Like Girls," and... well, you get the picture. Ireland's Chieftains appear here with "I'll Tell Me Ma," while WCW World Heavyweight wrestler Diamond Dallas Page does a cameo with "Evil Is Only Skin Deep." But it's Freddie Prinze Jr. on "Highway 40" who seems an even odder special guest than the Irish minstrels and the canvas crusher. Throw in the Brakettes and a backing band eager to funk it up and you've got a kids' record that redefines "weird" for today's Brakhead (and tomorrow's next generation of good, all-American citizens). --Martin Keller



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