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Customer Reviews

The Cheese Is No Longer Fresh.

I used to think Richard Cheese was infallable! Ever since he entered the comedy/parody music scene, I have been a huge fan. I have every Richard Cheese CD and listen to his best tracks on a daily basis. This is why it's so hard to listen to this collection of un-funny drudgery. After the dissapointing "Silent Nightclub," I started to lose faith in Richard Cheese. His material was clearly running dry and the opportunities for good spoofs were growing fewer. I bought this with the hopes that Richard would once again impress me with his wit and hillarious musical insight. This CD features some of the most lackluster singing Cheese has ever done. Are his vocal chords really so bad he can't go for those high notes anymore? Plus, the arrangements aren't terribly clever - just standard lounge arrangments of TV themes. Richard, if you read this, please, take some time off to heal your voice and get some great ideas. You're too funny to put this kind of shlock out there and ruin the great reputation you've worked so hard to earn. Best luck in the future. I'm still down with the Dickness.

Too Short for a Full Five Stars!

2007/09/06 - I loves me the Richard Cheese. I own all of his albums, and have seen him perform live. I awaited this new album with eager anticipation, especially considering how many classic, easily-loungifiable TV theme songs exist. But, 16 songs clocking in at a little over 26 minutes? Come on, Dick! You could have EASILY crossed the half-hour line! No "Underdog"? No "Flintstones"? No "Wonder Woman" or "Beverly Hillbillies"? Yet you've included "Darth Vader's (Non-TV) Theme"?!? Don't get me wrong; this is a great album, and should be purchased by all. You've just left us (me?) wanting more, Mr. Cheese!

How does Dick do it?

Just when I thought Dick would have Dick on his next Album (I mean, how much more can a guy Swing to?) he surprises once again with these tv themes...What's next for this crooner-interpretist?? Seriously what's next?? Dick tops Dick once again...BUY it!!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

It's unfortunate that the cultural value of Limp Bizkit's "Nookie," 2 Live Crew's "Me So Horny," and Beyoncé's "Naughty Girl" seems lost to the generation graced with such rich music, but if there's one man who can point out the timelessness of these tunes it's Richard Cheese. After hearing songs like the Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" and Snoop Dogg's "Gin and Juice," lounge singer Richard Cheese realized he was living in what he likes to call "a Golden Age of songwriting." It seemed like only he...
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