Cereal Killer Soundtrack
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|Cereal Killer Soundtrack|
|Studio album by Green Jellÿ|
|Released||March 5, 1993|
|Genre||Comedy rock, heavy metal, punk rock|
|Green Jellÿ chronology|
Cereal Killer Soundtrack is an album released by comedy metal/punk group Green Jellÿ in 1993. It is the soundtrack to their video album, Cereal Killer. It was the first material the band released under the new name "Green Jellÿ" (as opposed to Green Jellö).
Legal issues and re-release
Cereal Killer Soundtrack was originally released under the band name of Green Jellö. However, as their fame grew with the release of the popular Three Little Pigs, the owner of the Jell-O trademark claimed that Green Jellÿ were violating their trademark, and forced a change of name. Because of this, an updated version of Cereal Killer Soundtrack was released bearing the Green Jellÿ name (also changing the name of the last track from "Green Jellö Theme Song" to "Green Jellÿ Theme Song") later in the same year.
All tracks by Green Jellÿ except where noted
|1.||"Obey the Cowgod"||3:10|
|2.||"Three Little Pigs"||Green Jellÿ, Levinthal||5:54|
|3.||"Cereal Killer" (Edit)||3:30|
|5.||"Anarchy in the U.K."||Paul Cook, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Johnny Rotten||3:29|
|6.||"Electric Harley House (of Love)"||4:37|
|7.||"Trippin' on XTC"||3:42|
|8.||"Misadventures of Shitman"||3:08|
|9.||"House Me Teenage Rave (Long Version)"||4:30|
|10.||"Flight of the Skajaquada" (Edit)||4:00|
|11.||"Green Jellÿ Theme Song"||2:15|
- Bill Manspeaker (as Moronic Dicktator & Marshall Staxx) - Vocals
- Joe Cannizzaro (as Dunderhed) - Vocals
- Gary Helsinger (as Hotsy Menshot) - Vocals
- Greg Reynard (as Reason Clean) - Vocals
- Steven Shenar (as Sven Seven) - Guitars
- Michael Bloomquist (as Rootin') - Bass
- Joe Russo (as Mother Eucker) - Bass
- Danny Carey (as Danny Longlegs) - Drums
- Maynard James Keenan - Guest Vocals on 'Three Little Pigs'
- Pauly Shore - Guest Vocals on 'Three Little Pigs'
- Kymmee O'Donnell (as Sadistica) – Art Direction, Art Producer, Vocals on 'House Me Teenage Rave'
- Caroline Jester (as Jella Tin) - Vocals on 'House Me Teenage Rave'
- C.J. Buscaglia – Guitars, Producer
- Lee Hammond – Creative Director
- Sylvia Massy – Producer, Engineer, Mixing
Album - Billboard (North America)
|1993||The Billboard 200||23|