1. You Don't Love Me Anymore - This song is so beautiful, but its lyrics are so horrible terrible at the same time. The Extreme parody video is also excellent and is one of his best video parodies. Part of me wishes this could've somehow been a "More Than Words" parody in and of itself.
2. Albuquerque - I don't care that this song is 11 minutes long, it is so ridiculously long and stupid that it is just awesome. Even though I do skip it a lot, I think that's part of the song; it's supposed to not be on everyone's playlist. It's got such a zany plot too.
3. Don't Download This Song - I'm one of the few who actually likes this song and its video. SOL holds a special place in my heart, because that's when I became a born-again Al fan, and this song was the second 'new' Weird Al song I had heard (after "White & Nerdy"). Also, I love the faux-charity feel.
4. Nature Trail To Hell - This is my second favorite song off of In 3-D (after "Eat It"). I love the backmasking, the creepy factor, and the general feel of the tune. It's macabre! It's awesome!
5. Genius in France - I speak (very very broken and bad) French, so this song is particularly funny. I enjoy the French culture, so the whole joke is awesome (I'm using that word a lot, aren't I?) Much like Albuquerque, this song is super long, probably for the sake of it. Also, Frank Zappa is the man.
6. Christmas At Ground Zero - Christmas and bombs? Yes. How can you not like this song.
7. The Night Santa Went Crazy - This song is good in the same way "Christmas at Ground Zero" is. It's so horrible and dark, you just can't deny how funny it is. I like this song less than C@GZ because I feel like the joke has already been played (*Ahem* See C@GZ).
8. Bohemian Polka - This is a pretty funny polka, erm, thing, but it's not my favorite (That would go to "The Alternative Polka"). However, taking on such an ambitious song was, well, ambitious, and thus, I applaud Al for his efforts.
9. Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota - Don't get me wrong, I like this song, I just thing when compared to some of his other zany enders (Albuquerque), it just isn't the same (I!M!O!). I do like the line about pickled wieners for some reason... (Please, no Freud jokes).
10. Good Old Days - This is a very good song, but YDLMA is the same joke only better.
11. Stop Forwarding That Crap To Me - I just can't seem to get into this song that much. Too repetitive I feel. The next part is more personal. Plus, my (serious) foray into emailing was about 4 years ago. This song would've been funnier for me on SOL.
12. Mr. Frump In The Iron Lung - This song is cute, but it's nothing compared to Al's later work. Plus, it's very depressing. Although, a plus, it uses the accordion in a very cool way.
13. Hooked On Polkas - This ends DTBS on a fast note, but not a particularly good note. The medley isn't bad, but seeing it near the end makes it rather skipable. I think "Yoda" would've been the best ender for DTBS for several reasons. A) The song has a gently, relaxing, yet funny feel. Perfect way to end the album; on a high note. B ) The fade out would be a very good way to end an album.
That is all.