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Revision as of 00:07, June 22, 2012

Chef Aid: The South Park Album is an album based on the episode "Chef Aid", in which many famous singers play at a concert to save Chef from being sent to prison.

Track Listing

  1. "South Park Theme" - PRIMUS
  2. "Nowhere to Run" - Ozzy Osbourne/DMX/Ol' Dirty Bastard/The Crystal Method
  3. "Chocolate Salty Balls" - Chef
  4. "Brad Logan" - Rancid
  5. "Come Sail Away" - Eric Cartman
  6. "Kenny's Dead" - Master P
  7. "Simultaneous" - Chef
  8. "Will They Die 4 You" - Mase/Puff Daddy/Li'l Kim/System of a Down
  9. "Hot Lava" - Perry Farrell and DVDA
  10. "Bubblegoose" - Wyclef Jean with Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman
  11. "No Substitute" - Chef
  12. "Wake Up Wendy" - Elton John
  13. "Horny" - Mousse T vs Hot 'N' Juicy
  14. "Huboon Stomp" - Devo
  15. "Love Gravy" - Rick James and Ike Turner
  16. "Feel Like Makin' Love" - Ned Gerblansky
  17. "The Rainbow" - Ween
  18. "Tonight Is Right for Love" - Chef and Meat Loaf
  19. "It's a Rockin' World" - Joe Strummer/Flea/Tom Morello/D. J. Bonebrake/Benmount Tench/Nick Hexum
  20. "Mephisto and Kevin" - Primus
  21. "Mentally Dull (Think Tank Remix)" - Vitro (featuring the cast of South Park), remixed by Paul Robb
  22. "Kyle's Mom's a Bitch" (hidden track) - Eric Cartman

Variations

The Chef Aid Album was released in 3 different versions clean, explicit, and extreme. The clean version was completely censored while the explicit version contained profanities and carried a parental advisory sticker. It is unknown what exactly the extreme version included.

Charts

The album came first in the Australian ARIA Albums Charts in 1998 from December 7th to December 13th.[citation needed]

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