National Lampoon White Album is an American album of humorous songs and spoken word skits. It was originally released as a vinyl record in 1980. It was written and performed by people associated with National Lampoon magazine and its related productions.
Most of the tracks were by comedians who were not very well known, but the track Hollywood Gay Alliance (which originally aired on the National Lampoon Radio Hour in 1974) featured John Belushi, Chevy Chase, and Christopher Guest and Steve Collins. A spoof on macho movie men Clint Eastwood, Charles Bronson, and Lee Marvin “coming out” on a radio show, it’s well written and executed with the sharp timing and stylistic nuance that separate the great comics from those who don’t cut it.
The musicians who played on the album were Tony Scheuren (vocals, guitar); Michael Simmons, Rhonda Coullet, Rory Dodd (vocals); Don Sarlin, Steve Burgh (guitar); Harvey Shapiro (steel guitar); Curtis Fields (saxophone); Paul Jacobs, Bruce Foster (keyboards); Barry Lazarowitz, Michael Finkelstein, and Yogi Horton (drums).