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"Dare to Be Stupid" is an original song by "Weird Al" Yankovic. It is a musical pastiche (or "style parody") of the band Devo. Lyrically, the song dares the listener to be stupid in various ways; mostly by advising the listener to do the opposite of common idioms (e.g. "let the bedbugs bite" or "put all your eggs in one basket"). Dare to Be Stupid is the third studio album by "Weird Al" Yankovic, released on June 18, The album was one of many produced by former The McCoys guitarist Rick Derringer. Recorded between August and March , the album was Yankovic's first studio album released following the success of 's In 3-D. Dare to Be Stupid Lyrics: Put down that chainsaw and listen to me / It's time for us to join in the fight / It's time to let your babies grow up to be cowboys / It's time to let the bedbugs bite / You.
18 Jun The theme song to the Roaring Twenties gangster comedy Johnny Dangerously was recorded before the Dare to Be Stupid sessions and made its LP debut on that album. “Yoda” is a parody of The Kinks'. 15 Jul Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but as proven by the other empty clichés populating the lyric sheet for “Dare To Be Stupid,” imitation sometimes goes deeper than that. The title track of “Weird Al” Yankovic's LP is an homage to Devo—but as the man himself says, “I tried to write a song that. Find a "Weird Al" Yankovic - Dare To Be Stupid first pressing or reissue. Complete your "Weird Al" Yankovic collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
'Dare to be Stupid' is also Weird Al's motto in life. “Weird Al” and his band dress up as the band Devo in the music video and in concerts, imitating the yellow " Hazmat" jumpsuits Devo wore in their video for "Satisfaction". It has been reported that, soon after this song's release, Devo's lead singer Mark Mothersbaugh wrote a. "Weird Al" Yankovic - Dare To Be Stupid - Music. Product description. Weird Al Yankovic ~ Dare To Be Stupid. A handful of contemporary movies have whimsically looked back at the '80s. Various bands have borrowed from the time period's musical trends with a tongue-in-cheek attitude. But Weird Al was busy sending up that decade while it was still.