Track Title Length (Style) Parody of Description 1 "Couch Potato" (Jeffrey Bass, Marshall Mathers, Luis Edgardo Resto) 4:18 "Lose Yourself" by Eminem About a man's addiction to television. 2 "Hardware Store" (Yankovic) 3:45 Original A man gets overexcited about the new hardware store in town, maintains this exhilaration for months, camps out all night in anticipation of the grand opening, is the first in the new store's door and quickly lists everything the place has to sell including "automatic circumcizers". Parts of the song resemble the style of Queen. 3 "Trash Day" (Chuck Brown, Cornell Haynes, Pharrell Williams) 3:12 Parody of "Hot in Herre" by Nelly. One couple's woes of a dirty apartment the day before the garbage is to be picked up. 4 "Party at the Leper Colony" (Yankovic) 3:38 Style parody of "On the Dark Side" by John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band. Also has some similarities with Bo Diddley. Describes the titular party, with plenty of body-part puns. 5 "Angry White Boy Polka" 5:04 Polka Medley of "angry white boy music" (nu metal, alternative, garage rock, etc.) A polka medley including the following songs: "Last Resort" by Papa Roach "Chop Suey!" by System of a Down "Get Free" by The Vines "Hate to Say I Told You So" by The Hives "Fell in Love with a Girl" by The White Stripes "Last Nite" by The Strokes "Down with the Sickness" by Disturbed "Renegades of Funk" by Rage Against the Machine, originally by Afrika Bambaataa "My Way" by Limp Bizkit "Outside" by Staind "Bawitdaba" by Kid Rock "Youth of the Nation" by P.O.D. "The Real Slim Shady" by Eminem "Poodle Hat Polka" by "Weird Al" Yankovic
6 "Wanna B Ur Lovr" (Yankovic) 6:14 Style parody of Midnite Vultures-era Beck . The singer attempts to woo a woman with an astoundingly long list of cheesy pickup lines. Name is a reference to the spellings of Prince song titles. 7 "A Complicated Song" 3:39 Parody of "Complicated" by Avril Lavigne Deals with constipation, incest, and decapitation. 8 "Why Does This Always Happen to Me?" (Yankovic) 4:52 Style parody of Ben Folds, who also plays the piano in the song. Singer laments the fact that whenever there's a massive tragedy, he is personally (usually slightly) inconvenienced. 9 "Ode to a Superhero" 4:53 Parody of "Piano Man" by Billy Joel Details the plotline of the 2002 film Spider-Man. 10 "Bob" (Yankovic) 2:29 Style parody of Subterranean Homesick Blues by Bob Dylan Song title and all of the lines in the song are palindromes. 11 "eBay" (Andreas Carlsson, Max Martin) 3:36 Parody of "I Want It That Way" by The Backstreet Boys About eBay and the crazy things people list on it. 12 "Genius In France" (Yankovic) 8:58 Style parody of Frank Zappa. Title is a reference to the Zappa song "In France". About a man who is considered not very bright in his hometown (presumably in America), but finds himself viewed as funny and smart by the French (title is thought by some to be an indirect reference to the urban legend that the French idolize and worship Jerry Lewis). Includes several in-jokes and references to Frank Zappa, including a typically Zappa-esque joke about poodles. The song also features the classic catchphrase "Great Googly Moogly", which Zappa used in "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow Suite" on Apostrophe (') (1974), and elsewhere. Also, the opening guitar solo is performed by Dweezil Zappa and sounds like the opening to Frank Zappa's "I'm the Slime" from Over-Nite Sensation.