Straight Into Compton

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Straight Into Compton is the new album by acclaimed bologna salesman and canine haberdasher "Weird Al" Yankovic. The music on this new album will be entirely original, with the lyrics written by Oscar Wilde. The main focus of the album is a crazed man intent on exacting revenge on the weasels that destroyed his face seven years previously. He has many unsuccessful trysts during this time. The songs include a few classic examples of punk rock.


There are many completely original tracks on Straight Into Compton.

Although "Download this song" might seem to be a parody of R. Kelly's "Trapped in the Closet" series, fact is that R. Kelly got a time machine. Although he normally used it for the purpose of traveling back in time to when his girlfriends were underage, he also used it to write a parody of "Download this Song" called "Trapped in the Closet" several years before.

The track listing is as follows:

  • Ridin' Dirty 2

This is a song about Samuel L. Jackson. It is also Al's preferred method of suicide. He intends to walk into Compton singing this song until the predominantly white racist residents kill him out of their hate for anyone named Jackson. You can see him do this on Robot Chicken on September 24th. Or, you can try to cheer him up. The world needs more Weird Al, and you should probably try to discourage him from suicide.

  • Pancreas

This song is about the liver. It apparently tastes good with sauerkraut.

  • British Idiot

This is the Uncyclopedia article on Great Britain set to music.

  • I'll Kill Ya

This is basically Albuquerque, only it mentions fingers in bowls of chili.

  • Rockarama!

Rock songs made into babalu music.

  • Virus Alert


  • Confessions Part XXVII

Did you know, Weird Al's name is really Alfred E. Neuman?

  • I'm dead now, so I guess I'm Mellow

This is a rare recording of Al's last hours in the iron lung.

  • Get 'Em Offa Me!

One dozen starving, crazed, weasels destroy Al's face.

This is a sure sign that Mr. Yankovic is getting senile. Doesn't he know that you have to make lame George Dubya jokes now? In any case, in this first example of political commentary, Felix the Cat bites the face off of Gennifer Flowers.

  • Do I Creep You Out?

This is a song about Johnny Depp. The answer, by the way, is "yes".

  • Trapped in the Drive-Thru

This is a song reflecting Al's innate homosexuality and desire to "come out of the drive-thru". Very Freudian themes in this one, such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, onions, and plumbers with infected toes.