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Trivia / Da Yoopers

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  • Black Sheep Hit: Most casual fans would know them only for "Second Week of Deer Camp" and "Rusty Chevrolet". Both songs are outside their normal scope, as the former is more traditional folk (the only instruments are an accordion and gutbucket bass), while the latter is one of only a few song parodies they've ever done.
  • Creator Couple: Lynn fit this twice, being married first to percussionist Jerry Coffey and then (from about 2007 onward) then to guitarist Jim Bellmore.
  • Keep Circulating the Tapes:
    • Their first four albums, which were released only on cassette. While For Diehards Only and Diehards II include most of the songs from these albums, they're also missing most of the interstitial skits. Also, the songs from Yoopanese were at least partially re-recorded for the former.
    • The 1997 video compilation "It's About Time, Eh!" is itself an example, but it goes double as it contains the otherwise-unreleased song "Camp Go for Beer".
  • Name's the Same: No, that was not the same Lynn Anderson who sang "Rose Garden".
  • No-Hit Wonder
  • The Pete Best: Jim Pennell, the original bassist. He was gone around the time "Second Week of Deer Camp" came out. (And as mentioned above, he's not even on that song.)
  • Talking to Himself: Jim DeCaire does several voices on "Uncle Bruno's Christmas Story". The same album has Lynn voicing two characters in the skit "Doctor Baduchi".
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  • Throw It In!: Joe Potila mumbles "I messed up" at the end of "Nudsie's Wedding Reception".

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