Talk:Rhinoplasty (EP)

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Rhinoplasty is the eighth album:

  1. Suck On This
  2. Frizzle Fry
  3. Sailing The Seas Of Cheese
  4. Miscellanious Debris
  5. Pork Soda
  6. Tales From The Punchbowl
  7. The Brown Album
  8. Rhinoplasty
  9. Antipop
  10. Animals Should Not Try To Act Like People

preceding unsigned comment by JAStewart

Actually, Rhinoplasty is considered an EP. Slicing 17:03, 11 December 2005 (UTC)

Rhinoplasty is 49 minutes, therefore NOT an EP by definition (official definition is "under 40 minutes" although most people expect EPs to be under 30 minutes). It is, however, unquestionably a side album. Also "Animals Should Not Try To Act Like People" IS an ep, although it's not available separately, only as part of a CD/DVD set. To be fair, Rhinoplasty is not the longest side album to be mislabeled an EP. Orbital has a 65 minute "EP" called Diversions (it's a US release with parts of 2 previously released UK eps). — Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.68.154.229 (talk) 22:39, 18 November 2013 (UTC)

Rhinoplasty Videocassette[edit]

Hey guys, I have a Rhinoplasty VHS videotape, but I don't see a reference for it anywhere on Wikipedia, am I not looking in the right place or something? It's a live show, sprinkled with other stuff. Hanz ofbyotch (talk) 20:58, 12 February 2010 (UTC)

The Rhinoplasty videocassette is called Videoplasty. You probably figured that out in the nearly 4 years between your post and mine, but I figure it's good to get the answer out there on the same page as the question just so the next person to read it isn't left wondering. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.68.154.229 (talk) 22:58, 18 November 2013 (UTC)