Richard Cheese has been recording albums since he
was knee-high to a grasshopper. Or was it a mai tai? Here is a
definitive list of the Richard Cheese catalog.
THE LATEST RICHARD CHEESE CDs
Since 2000, Richard Cheese has
released 9 albums in the popular CD format.
LOUNGE AGAINST THE MACHINE (2000)
I'D LIKE A VIRGIN (2004)
APERITIF FOR DESTRUCTION (2005)
SIDE OF THE MOON (2006)
SILENT NIGHTCLUB (2006)
DICK AT NITE (2007)
VIVA LA VODKA: RICHARD CHEESE LIVE (2009)
OK BARTENDER (2009)
LAVAPALOOZA (WILL BE RELEASED IN 2010)
These albums are available in
stores, on iTunes, and right here at
richardcheese.com. Complete information and tracklists for these CDs
can be found on the
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LESSER KNOWN RICHARD CHEESE CDs
Over the years, Richard Cheese has actually recorded more
than 110 albums, EPs, LPs, 45s,
12"s, 78s, and/or cassingles. However, since much of
his early material was released in the limited "0.8-Track" format, only a few examples of
these recordings still exist, and only in private collections. The following albums are no longer available,
but if you find one at a yard sale or estate auction, you
can expect to pay thousands of dollars---and you should!
TO THE FIVE CASINOS
On this album cover,
Richard Cheese paid musical tribute to some of the
demolished icons from the Las Vegas skyline's past: The
Dunes, The Sands, The Hacienda, The Landmark and The
Desert Inn. Unfortunately, there is no CD inside; it's just an
THE BATTLE OF LAS VEGAS
"The Battle Of Las Vegas" was RC's first platinum album.
Unfortunately, most CD players don't play discs made from platinum, so
no one has ever heard this recording.
A RUSH OF DICK TO THE HEAD
RC recorded this entire album in Gwyneth Paltrow's
basement. Don't tell her.
The follow-up album was much anticipated, although we're not sure by
KID A FLAT
This collection of ballads, "Kid A-flat",
presented 16 tunes crooned by RC during a single marathon
recording session that lasted nearly 31 minutes.
Highlights include seven different cover versions of
Radiohead's "Morning Bell," and a track
featuring a synthetic computer voice dictating RC's dry-cleaning
THE WHITE ALBUM
The ambitious "White Album"; critics were
confused by an unfortunate printing error.
Paul Simon hates this album.
(click image to see detail)
In 2001, RC took a cue from The Boss and released this
self-effacing collection of touching tunes from his 6-night
GOOD EVENING NASTY
This LP was released on Vinyl. Siding.
The "Cheesey Road" album cover was to feature
RC strolling in this crosswalk, but he was hungover and slept through the
photo shoot. Oh well!
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