We've Got It All On UHF is maintained by David Rossi, but many other people have helped to make it what it is today. Except where noted, all material was written by David Rossi. Copyright laws apply where applicable.

Launched on December 18, 1994, We've Got It All On UHF was one of the first "Weird Al" fan sites, long before "Weird Al" fan sites were literally popping up daily.

I don't know if anyone actually remembers my first attempt at a website, but it was pretty primitive. I didn't have many pictures of Al to use, so I used the sketch of the Unabomber. Visitors would see a picture of my cousin Jay and me crawling through one of those giant slinky tube things at our grandparent's house. I was about 7 years old in that picture. Once visitors clicked on the half of the picture that I was in, they were brought to my meager collection of pics, sound files, and lyrics. If visitors clicked on Jay, they were transported to his website where, as he put it -- "You can also get Pamela Anderson Pictures there, along with a photo of Kelly Bundy Naked from Married with Children." -- Classy.

Over the years, Jay's website disappeared, but We've Got It All On UHF exploded with content. Shortly after its launch, The 27 List was created, and today We've Got It All On UHF is also the home to many concert reviews, including many concert pictures, a songography, my entire collection of Al memorabilia from around the world, many lists, stock in U-62, a page to warp Al's image, buddy icons, and much much more. Well over 1000 pages!

The main focus of We've Got It All On UHF has always been, and will continue to be, content. I like to keep the information organized, and in an easy to read format. Therefore you won't find many pages filled with elaborate images or cross-references to unrelated sections. Don't get me wrong, I love checking out pretty sites, that's just not the main focus of this one.

We've Got It All On UHF can be found at However it's moved a number of times before settling there. Up through June 1996 the website was hosted on the Rutgers University servers. In June 1996, it moved to Webspan. In July 2002, it outgrew the Webspan servers, and moved to 0catch. In December 2016, it moved once again to its current home.

Comments and suggestions are solicited, and often used, so if there is something you'd like to see on We've Got It All On UHF, please let me know, and I'll do my best to see that it is addressed. My e-mail address appears on every page at the bottom, and I read all e-mail sent to me.

I'd like to thank Bobbi Jordan, Greg Method, Steve Chai, Brittany Godish, Alicia Carney, Johnny O'Hern, Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz, "Weird Al" Yankovic, and everyone who has ever set me straight on facts, fixed my typos, pointed out my oversights, given me ideas, contributed in one way or another to the website, had a cool website or a cool feature on their website that gave me ideas for mine, and, of course, everyone who has ever stopped by to check out We've Got It All On UHF. Additional credits can be found throughout the website. Having said that, there's bound to be someone I forgot to mention somewhere. Believe me, it's not that I don't appreciate what you've done, it's just that it slipped my mind. Feel free to e-mail me and remind me who you are!

Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy the site!