Video: 'Weird Al' Yankovic Details New 'Medium Rarities' Collection in 8-Bit Clip

The album will feature rare and unreleased tracks by the comedy-music legend

"Weird Al" Yankovic on the Stern Show in May 2016Photo: The Howard Stern Show

"Weird Al" Yankovic's career has spawned countless memorable songs, albums, and videos, changing the way we think of certain popular songs forever. Now, the former Stern Show guest has announced the release of a career-spanning rarities collection, "Medium Rarities." In true Al fashion, the details have been delivered in the form of an off-kilter, '80s video game-style 8-bit video (below).

The 23-song collection, which will be available through Al's massive upcoming "Squeeze Box" box set, will cover recordings like the original demo for "Yoda," the theme song to "Comedy Bang Bang," a song he wrote for an episode of "The Simpsons," and the single-version of "My Bologna." Also included are parody tunes unavailable anywhere else, including "Pac-Man," set to the tune of the Beatles' "Revolver" starter, "Taxman."

Check out the full track listing (below).

"Take Me Down"
"My Bologna" (Capitol single version)
"Yoda" (Demo)
"Dr. Demento Jingle"
"Pac-Man"
"Dare to Be Stupid" (instrumental)
"Jurashiku Park"
"Headline News"
"Since You've Been Gone" (karaoke)
"The Night Santa Went Crazy" (extra gory version)
"Spy Hard"
"Lousy Haircut" (from The Weird Al Show)
"Homer and Marge"
"The Brain Song" (from the 3-D film Al's Brain)
"30 Rock Theme Parody"
"Super Duper Party Pony" (from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic)
"Sir Isaac Newton vs. Bill Nye" (from Epic Rap Battles of History)
"Let the Pun Fit the Crime" (from Wander Over Yonder)
"Hey, Hey, We're the Monks" (from Galavant)
"Comedy Bang! Bang! Theme"
"It's My World (And We're All Living In It" (from Milo Murphy's Law)
"Happy Birthday" (new version)

Pre-order "Squeeze Box" here.