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I Love Rocky Road” is a 1983 song by “Weird Al” Yankovic about a man’s obsession with rocky road ice cream. It takes place in an ice cream parlor, rather than in a bar. It was videotaped rather than filmed. In “I Love Rock ‘n Roll”, Joan Jett says “Ow! In “I Love Rocky Road”, Weird Al says “Ow! Demento makes a cameo appearance as a cashier. While Al is playing his accordion, the cover photo for the single can be seen. Yankovic wears a black leather jacket with the I Love Lucy logo, as a reference to Yankovic’s first music video, “Ricky”. The ice cream in the video was actually mashed potatoes because real ice cream would melt under the stage lights. When Yankovic sings the line “If I get fat and lose my teeth, that’s fine with me,” he smiles to reveal all his teeth have either fallen out or are rotten. Weird Al Photo Gallery Archived 2009-04-25 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved September 6, 2012.

This 1980s rock song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Love over Gold is the fourth studio album by British rock band Dire Straits, released on 20 September 1982 by Vertigo Records internationally and by Warner Bros. Following the end of the On Location Tour on 6 July 1981 in Luxembourg, Mark Knopfler began writing songs for Dire Straits’ next album. On Location Tour, would also be involved with the new album. Love over Gold was recorded at the Power Station in New York from 8 March to 11 June 1982. Knopfler produced the album, with Neil Dorfsman as his engineer—the first in a long line of collaborations between the two.

Several songs were written and recorded during the Love over Gold sessions that were not released on the album. Private Dancer” was originally planned for the album, with all but the vocal tracks being recorded. Love over Gold was released on 20 September 1982 on vinyl LP and cassette. Private Investigations” was released as the lead single from the album in Europe, It reached the number 2 position in the United Kingdom. The album was remastered and released with the rest of the Dire Straits catalog in 1996 by Vertigo Records internationally, and in 2000 by Warner Bros. The image of lightning is also somewhat zoomed in and made brighter, making for a more purple color. In a contemporary review for Rolling Stone magazine, David Fricke gave the album four out of five stars, calling the album a “statement of purpose” and “an ambitious, sometimes difficult record that is exhilarating in its successes and, at the very least, fascinating in its indulgences. Two drastically different moods dominate the new album. That dichotomy is particularly explicit in “Private Investigations,” a long, unorthodox ballad in which Knopfler plays a private detective hardened by a life of combing through other people’s dirty laundry.

Fricke praised the album’s centerpiece, “Telegraph Road,” which he characterized as a “challenge to the average pop fan’s attention span” with its “historic sweep and intimate tension. In 1986, Love over Gold had sold 4. 4 million copies in Europe, whereas the album had only reached gold status in the United States by that stage. All songs were written by Mark Knopfler. Love over Gold spent 200 weeks in the UK Albums Chart. In Australia, the album was the twelfth best-selling album in 1982 and the sixth best-selling in 1983. Love Over Gold RIAA gold certification”.

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