Riders Go Commercial
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|Riders Go Commercial|
|Studio album by Riders in the Sky|
|Released||June 19, 1989|
|Genre||Western / Comedy|
|Riders in the Sky chronology|
Riders Go Commercial is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky in 1989. It contains spoken comedy skits, commercial satires and six songs. Riders Go Commercial is available as a single CD.
- "The Board Room"
- "Accordion Repair Course"
- "Udder Fantasic"
- "A Side of Opera"
- "Perfume, Passion and Polka"
- "The Queen Elizabeth Trio"
- "Polkaholism (PSD)"
- "Cow Paint and Body Shop"
- "Along the Navajo Trail" ("Dick Charles", Larry Markes, Edgar De Lange)
- "There's a Blue Sky Way Out Yonder" (Fred Hall, Bert Van Cleve, and Arthur Fields)
- "Geezer Training Course"
- "No Rodeo Dough" (Cy Coben, John Jacob Loeb, Lewis Harris)
- "Riding the Old Front Range"
- "Ride With Me Gringo"
- "Toolkit in a Holster""
- Douglas B. Green (a.k.a. Ranger Doug)
- Paul Chrisman (a.k.a. Woody Paul)
- Fred LaBour (a.k.a. Too Slim)
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