Howard Stern: Private Parts (Coloured Vinyl) (2LP)

$75.99

(Blue Vinyl, 2LP, first time on vinyl, limited to 1500, indie exclusive)

Private Parts The Album is an accompanying soundtrack to the 1997 biographical comedy based on Howard Stern’s autobiography from 1993. The album features vignettes from the film, as well as key rock tracks from Stern’s days as a rock radio disc jockey. A number of celebrities appeared in the film as themselves including David Letterman, Mia Farrow, AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne, Dee Snider, MC Hammer, Tiny Tim, Flavor Flav, John Popper, Slash and Ted Nugent. A number of artists recorded tracks for inclusion on the soundtrack including LL Cool J with Flea, Dave Navarro and Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Ozzy Osbourne with Type O Negative. Howard Stern himself teamed up with Rob Zombie to record ”The Great American Nightmare” and The Dust Brothers to record ”Tortured Man.” Other rock acts contributing tracks include Porno For Pyros, Marilyn Manson, Green Day, The Ramones, Deep Purple, Cheap Trick, Ted Nugent and Van Halen.

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Description

TRACKLISTING:
Side A

01 Pig Virus
02 The Great American Nightmare (With Howard Stern) – By Rob Zombie
03 Mama Look – A Boo Boo
04 I Make My Own Rules (With Flea, Dave Navarro and Chad Smith) – By LL Cool J
05 The Match Game

Side B
01 Hard Charger – By Porno For Pyros
02 Moti
03 The Suck for Your Solution – By Marilyn Manson
04 Lance Eluction 05 Pictures of Matchstick Men (With Type O Negative) – By Ozzy Osbourne

Side C
01 The Contest
02 Tired of Waiting for You – By Green Day
03 WRNW 04 Pinhead – By Ramones
05 Oh Howard
06 The Ben Stern Megamix
07 The Howard Stern Experience
08 Smoke on the Water – By Deep Purple
09 WCCC 10 I Want You to Want Me – By Cheap Trick

Side D
01 The Antichrist
02 Cat Scratch Fever – By Ted Nugent
03 WNBC
04 Jamie’s Cryin’ – By Van Halen
05 Crackhead Bob
06 You Shook Me All Night Long (Live) – By AC/DC
07 Howard You Stink
08 Ladies & Gentlemen
09 Tortured Man – By Howard Stern & The Dust Brothers