The Final Rip Off

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The Final Rip Off
Compilation album by Monty Python
Released 1987
Genre Comedy
Length 116:00
Label Virgin
Monty Python chronology
Monty Python's Meaning of Life
(1983)
Monty Python's The Final Rip Off
(1987)
Monty Python Sings
(1991)
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The Final Rip Off is a compilation album by the Monty Python troupe. The original LP was released through Virgin Records in 1987 and consisted of two discs. Except for some brief new linking material by Michael Palin and alternative versions of "Henry Kissinger" and "I Like Chinese", all material on the album had been previously released.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. Introduction
  2. Constitutional Peasant
  3. Fish License
  4. Eric the Half-a-Bee Song
  5. Finland Song (alternative mix)
  6. Travel Agent
  7. Are You Embarrassed Easily?
  8. Australian Table Wines
  9. Argument
  10. Henry Kissinger Song (extended version) (See also: Henry Kissinger)
  11. Parrot (Oh, Not Again)

Side two[edit]

  1. Sit On My Face (alternative mix)
  2. Undertaker
  3. Novel Writing
  4. String
  5. Bells
  6. Traffic Lights
  7. Cocktail Bar
  8. Four Yorkshiremen
  9. Election Special
  10. The Lumberjack Song

Side three[edit]

  1. I Like Chinese (alternative mix)
  2. Spanish Inquisition, Pt. 1
  3. Cheese Shop
  4. Cherry Orchard
  5. Architects' Sketch
  6. Spanish Inquisition, Pt. 2
  7. Spam
  8. Spanish Inquisition, Pt. 3
  9. Comfy Chair
  10. Famous Person Quiz
  11. You Be the Actor
  12. Nudge, Nudge
  13. Cannibalism
  14. Spanish Inquisition Revisited

Side four[edit]

  1. I Bet You They Won't Play This Song on the Radio (alternative mix)
  2. Bruces' Philosophers Song
  3. Bookshop
  4. Do Wot John
  5. Rock Notes
  6. I'm So Worried
  7. Crocodile
  8. French Taunter
  9. Marilyn Monroe
  10. Swamp Castle
  11. French Taunter, Pt. 2
  12. Last Word