“Weird Al” Yankovic: “Bite Me” from Off The Deep End

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Weird Al Yankovic: Off The Deep End

About “Bite Me”

“Bite Me” is a hidden song by “Weird Al” Yankovic from his album Off The Deep End.

The cover of Off The Deep End is a parody of Nirvana’s classic Nevermind, and, like Nevermind, features a hidden song — full of Weird Al screaming a la Kurt Cobain.

About Off The Deep End

“Weird Al” Yankovic’s album Off The Deep End, released in 1992, marked another comedic triumph in his satirical music career. The album is known for its humorous parodies of popular songs from the early ’90s, including MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This” (“I Can’t Watch This”) and Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (“Smells Like Nirvana”). Yankovic’s witty lyrics and clever wordplay, combined with his knack for absurd humor, shine throughout the record. The album’s irreverent take on pop culture and his iconic polka medleys have solidified Off The Deep End as a fan-favorite among Weird Al’s extensive discography.

How to find “Bite Me”

On CD: Play through the last track

Listen to “Bite Me”

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