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Can we ask what inspiration they provided you with? Nickelback was nice enough to give their permission for me to use their song “Photograph” in the latest polka medley.I typically get clearances for the songs in the medley before I actually arrange it… ” together, I just couldn’t find a way to incorporate the Nickelback song into it where it didn’t sound wedged in or tacked on – so unfortunately I had to leave it off.) we invite you to use your browser’s “find” feature to search the Q&A’s for specific keywords for the topics you’re interested in.You could also read the entire Archive, in which case you get an A for effort!It all began a couple years ago, when my record label suggested that I consider doing a Dual Disc release.At the time I thought it was a great idea, because I was all in favor of anything that would make the new album more of an event and provide more “bang for the buck” for the fans.Susan M of Tallahassee, FL asks: How come the Dual Disc doesn’t contain the video for “White & Nerdy”?
Howard & Cindy Wilson of Hamilton, Ontario asks: On the back page of the CD insert, you mention Nickelback in the credits. We ourselves are not beer-swilling hockey nuts, but we do know several, eh.I generally don’t have a lot of time to come up with videos when I’m dealing with parodies, but there are typically several months between the time I finish recording the originals and the time an album gets released, so even though I knew it would be a logistical nightmare, I figured I could pull it off…which would give the album tons of “added value” and hopefully give my originals a bit more attention than they usually receive from the general public.(And before you ask, no, it wasn’t ever in our budget to shoot an 11-minute live-action music video.) Anyway, if we were doing the video in live action, I would almost certainly be playing a character, not “Weird Al” – and therefore I instructed Doug to give the guy a more generic hairstyle. Right – of course, that’s Donny Osmond dancing behind me (playing “Krayzie Bone” to My “Chamillionaire”)…Seth Green is the guy obsessed with action figures (he’s basically playing himself)…
Cliff of Somewhere Around Detroit, Michigan asks: Al, you usually only have a couple of videos for each album.