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Napoleon XIV was the pseudonym of record producer Jerry Samuels (b. 1938 New York City) who had moderate success with his composition "They're Coming to Take Me Away Ha-Haaa!" when first released in 1966 (reaching #4 on the UK Singles Chart that year). He achieved a blockbuster success with the record when it was re-issued by Warner Brothers Records in 1973.

The first single Samuels made was in the late 1950s and was called "Puppy Love". As Napoleon XIV… read more

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    I live in a split Level Head <3 <3 <3
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    what dafaq is this shit
  • Avatar for Punching_joe
    seen live?
  • Avatar for bgk90
    damn, the 3 outtakes on the Second Coming suggest that the abandoned album would've been pretty damn far out there..."For God's Sake, Stop The Feces" is a pretty promising name
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    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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    The best record ever.
  • Avatar for TheDarkSide73
    Trippy Song...I Love It.....
  • Avatar for Demon_Deathday
    ...HAAH HAAH¬¬!
  • Avatar for coxon
    I had this 45 when I was a kid. Played it over and over. Amazed I turned out somewhat ok. Ha Ha ho he!
  • Avatar for LiamEBM
    Weird but intriguing.

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