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# "[[Hot Lava]]" - [[Perry Farrell]] and [[DVDA]]
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# "[[Wake Up Wendy]]" - [[Elton John]]

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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


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.


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

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