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Guido Hatzis – Whatever. Label: Universal – 013 067-2. Format: CD, Album CD, Enhanced.
Студийный альбом от Guido Hatzis. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 44 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:00:27. Full Body Wax. 01:42.
Whatever may refer to: Whatever, a 1992 album by Megumi Hayashibara. Whatever (Aimee Mann album) (1993). Whatever (The Friends of Distinction album) (1970). Whatever (Danny Thompson album) (1987). Whatever (Green Velvet album) (2001). Whatever: The '90s Pop & Culture Box, a 2005 Rhino Records box se†. Whatever (Jennifer Batten album) (2007). Whatever (Hot Chelle Rae album) (2011). Whatever (Adore Delano album) (2017). Mas que Nada ("Whatever"), signature song of Sérgio Mendes.
Release group by Guido Hatzis. Type: Album + Spokenword.
Guido Hatzis is a Greek-Australian comic character created by Australian comedians Tony Moclair and Julian Schiller and voiced by Moclair. Guido appeared originally in the context of Schiller and Moclair's radio program "Crud" on the Triple M network. Several albums have been released in the name of Guido Hatzis, including Do Not Talk Over Me in 2000, Whatever in 2001 and Deported in 2002.
Heres the plumber call video. mate, LESS TIME LAUGHING, MORE TIME SHARING. 18 March ·. 30,500 Views.
Flag as Inappropriate. Several albums were released in the name of Guido Hatzis, including Do Not Talk Over Me in 1999, Whatever in 2000 (both of which went platinum and won the ARIA award for Best Comedy Release), and Deported in 2002. Most of Guido's comedy involves making prank calls that are usually centred on outrageous claims about his looks and abilities, Greek stereotypes, and extreme bluntness. Moclair appropriated the last name "Hatzis" from friend and sometime producer of the "Crud" program, fellow broadcaster and actor Chris Hatzis; Chris Hatzis, Julian Schiller and Tony Moclair. Guido appeared originally in the context of Schiller and Moclair's radio program "Crud" on the Australian Radio Network Triple M. Several albums have been released in the name of Guido Hatzis, including "Do Not Talk Over Me" in 2000, "Whatever" in 2001, and "Deported" in 2002.
|Guido v Skippy Land|
|1-1||Rent... Geoff Speaking||2:16|
|1-6||Full Body Wax||1:42|
|1-12||Shared House 2||0:15|
|1-14||Owner / Driver||0:52|
|1-15||Owner / Driver 2||0:27|
|Guido v The World|
|2-2||Danny Boy 2||0:47|
|2-3||Irish Eyes Are Drooling||1:59|
|2-4||Tokyo Shock Boys||2:06|
|2-7||Pink Ponchos 2||1:10|
|2-8||Coin Of The Realm||0:30|
|2-10||Clan Reunion 1||0:36|
|2-11||Clan Reunion 2||0:56|
|2-14||Dogs Playing Poker||1:30|
- Marketed By – Universal Music Australia
- Distributed By – Universal Music Australia
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Crud
- Copyright (c) – Crud
- Glass Mastered At – SMEA – 0134620
- Glass Mastered At – SMEA – 0236371
- Edited By – Adam Rosenbachs, Vaughan Jones
- Executive Producer – Julian Schiller, Tony Moclair
- Management – Dennis Tomaras
- Other [Project Assistant] – Rosemary Walton
- Other [Project Manager] – Geoff Rundell
- Photography – Maikka Trupp
- Voice Actor, Written-By – Tony Moclair
- Written-By – Julian Schiller
NotesCrank call segments from the Crud radio show on Triple M FM Melbourne, Australia. The first CD contains calls made to Australians, the second CD contains calls made from Australia to the world.
The Interactive CD-ROM includes:
History Lessons, Screen Savers, Guido Vision, Desktop Pictures, Guido's Answering Machine Messages, Guido's Credo and Web Links
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 044001306723