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Miss Piggy's Aerobique


Miss Piggy’s Aerobique Exercise Workout Album
Miss Piggy

Warner Bros. Records Inc.
92 37171


From the original vinyl LP

Side 1:

Stereau Warmup (2:04)

Snackercise (3:29)

Lift The One You Love (2:46)

Exercise Your Rights (3:07)

Dream Dancin’ (3:45)

Side 2:

La Vie Aerobique (3:05)

Sit Down (2:25)

Breathe Easy (3:01)

A Little Chin Music (2:21)

Hairobique’s Made Simple (3:02)

Au Revoir (:30)

America’s most talented and glamorous superstar shows you how to keep fit and stay slimme and trimme with a few minutes of daily dance movements so simple you can actually perform some of them in you sleep!

No Lifting Heavy Things
No Boring Calistheniques
No Getting Out-of-Breath
No Messing Up Your Clothes
Do Dippy Double-Talk from Know-It-Alls
No Smart-de-Pants Lectures on “Bad Foods”
No Brain-Numbifying Instructions Before You Can Begin
No Feeling Like a Wet Noodle After You Have Finished

Using a remarkable aerobique approach based, in part, on the writings of the great Chinese sage Moo Shu, Miss Piggy helps you bring out the beautiful “inner vous.”  Here are just a few of her revolutionary thought on diet and exercise:

Breathing properly is important. But where you breathe is important, too. Do not breathe under the sink or in the back of the closet near the mothballs.

Sadly, many people believe that to be effective, exercise must “hurt.” Phooez! That is like saying you are not enjoying your ice cream unless you get an ice cream headache.

Watch what you eat very carefully. If it moves or makes a funny noise, send it back.

Always dress stylishly when you work out. Remembeur, the most difficult exercise is the exercise of good taste.

Moi does not thinque that people should stand on their ears or twist themselves into pretzels. It will just make you dizzy, and if you are not careful, you could end up having a terrible posture problem, like the Lunchbox of Notre Dame.


Produced by Joe Raposo
Music & lyrics by Joe Raposo
Album headlines & text and Miss Piggy’s dialogue written by Henry Beard
Art Direction: Michael K. Frith
Associate Producer: Mary Ann Horstmeyer
Orchestra Conducted by Joe Raposo
Photography: John E. Barrett
Design: Diana Zadarla
Exercise diagrams: Debra Schneider
Gluster by Epstein of Forest Hills

Special thanks to: Calista Hendrickson, Mary Strieff, Danielle Obinger, Lyndon Mosse, and Bruce Morozko.

Recorded by Joe Jorgenson, Mediasound, New York City Eric Tomlinson, EMI/Abbey Road, London
Re-mixed by Joe Jorgenson
Assistant engineers: Andy Hoffman & Don Wershba

Originally mastered by Vlado Meller, CBS Records, New York City

With very special thanks to Frank Oz for his invaluable inspiration and many contributions to this album.

All Songs Published by Muppet Music, Inc./Cherry Lane Music Co. ASCAP

Henson Associates, Inc. 1982

1982 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. & WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.
Manufactured and Distributed by WEA Music of Canada, Ltd./

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