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Super Pizza Bakers Forever! is the 12th studio album by Robert's Pizza Bakers, recorded in August 2016 mostly in the auditorium of Stall Brook Elementary School in Bellingham, Massachusetts (featuring a live audience) with some recordings done at Black Rock Studios on the Greek island of Santorini, Two Hour Parking Records in Apple Canyon Lake, Illinois, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and at Different Fur in San Francisco, California. Track 3 was previously only released as a single in the 90's, recorded at the Suntory Hall in Minato, Tokyo, Japan with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Pizza Bakers collaborated with various artists for this album, also for this album, the Pizza Bakers sold off spots between songs for advertisements. Ultimately, ads for 1893 Original Cola by Pepsi, McDonald's, Chicago television station WCIU-TV, Budweiser, Bud Light, and Disney Cruise Line (among others) were complemented by fictitious ads for the Flying Dumbass Brothers Illegal Fireworks Company and the videogame Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games; a spoken word advertisement (narrated by the 1893 Original Cola commercial voiceover) for Unidisc Music closes the album.

This is the last production of the Pizza Bakers where Will M was involved.

Tracklisting Edit

Disc 1 Edit

Track # Track Name Written By Performer(s)
1 You Have-A No Clothing Robert Stainton The Pizza Bakers ft. Hellbent
2 Me and Selena Robert Stainton and Louis Agustin The Pizza Bakers ft. Crystal Stainton (as Selena Kitsy)
3 One Bad Apple (Nolan Thomas cover) Mark Liggett and Chris Barbosa The Pizza Bakers ft. Christine Martinez (as Selena Kitsy) (backing orchestral sounds by the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Shirō Sagisu)
4 Freaky Man Robert Stainton, Will M, and Louis Agustin The Pizza Bakers
5 Too White (Nolan Thomas cover) Mark Liggett and Chris Barbosa The Pizza Bakers ft. MC Hammer
6 The Pizza Bakers No. 39 Robert Stainton and Will M The Pizza Bakers
7 The Roast n' Toast of Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir (spoof of "I Promise" by Nolan Thomas) Robert Stainton and Will M The Pizza Bakers ft. Bill Talen (as Reverend Billy) and the members of Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir
8 Whip It (Devo cover) Gerald Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh The Pizza Bakers ft. Bob Mothersbaugh
9 Pizza Man Robert Stainton The Pizza Bakers ft. Frank Welker
10

Disc 2 Edit

Track # Track Name Written By Performer(s)
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

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