April 2009 Show

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April 2009 Show

Release Date: April 2009

Released On:

DVD (Cyberamics)
DVD (3-Stage)
DVD + Floppy (Studio C)

April 2009 Show was a show released in April of 2009 and featured eight songs.

This was created to play during April, May and June of 2009.

Production

The Pizza Parachute and Jawbreaker CEC TV ID's were created by Joel Apel.[1]

Studio C Show List:

  1. Segment 1
    1. "On Top of The World"
    2. "Where Did Your Heart Go Missing?"
  2. Intermission 1
    1. CEC TV ID - "Sports"
    2. Coke Spot
    3. CEC News - "The Tater"
    4. CEC TV ID - Color The Numbers
  3. Segment 2
    1. "Super Chuck E."
    2. "Pocket Full of Sunshine"
  4. Intermission 2
    1. CEC TV ID - Pizza Parachute
    2. VeggieTales - "Sneeze If You Need To"
    3. Chillout 1 - "Eight Days A Week" Footage
    4. PBS Spot
    5. CEC TV ID - "Movie Refreshments"
  5. Segment 3
    1. "Year 3000"
    2. "I Need A Holiday"
  6. Intermission 3
    1. CEC TV ID - Skeeball
    2. Alvin & The Chipmunks
    3. Storytime With Chuck E.
    4. CEC TV ID - Cell Tower
  7. Segment 4
    1. "You Are My Friend"
    2. "I'm Shakin'"
  8. Intermission 4
    1. CEC TV ID - Jawbreaker
    2. Coke Spot
    3. Bluescreen Time
    4. Chillout 2 - Landscapes
    5. CEC TV ID - "Light-Up Marquee"

Existing Show List:

  1. Segment 1
    1. "On Top of The World"
    2. "Where Did Your Heart Go Missing?"
  2. Intermission 1
    1. CEC TV ID - "Sports"
    2. Coke Spot
    3. CEC News - "The Tater"
    4. CEC TV ID - Color The Numbers
  3. Segment 2
    1. "Super Chuck E."
    2. "Pocket Full of Sunshine"
  4. Intermission 2
    1. CEC TV ID - Pizza Parachute
    2. VeggieTales - "Sneeze If You Need To"
    3. PBS Spot
    4. CEC TV ID - "Movie Refreshments"
  5. Segment 3
    1. "Year 3000"
    2. "I Need A Holiday"
  6. Intermission 3
    1. CEC TV ID - Skeeball
    2. Alvin & The Chipmunks
    3. Storytime With Chuck E.
    4. Chillout 1 - "Eight Days A Week" Footage
    5. CEC TV ID - Cell Tower
  7. Segment 4
    1. "You Are My Friend"
    2. "I'm Shakin'"
  8. Intermission 4
    1. CEC TV ID - Jawbreaker
    2. Coke Spot
    3. CEC TV Artist Spotlight: Sean Kingston "Take You There"
    4. Chillout 2 - Landscapes
    5. CEC TV ID - "Light-Up Marquee"

Lives:

All live shows except "Dancin' All Night Long" were on a separate DVD from the main show.

  • Birthday 2008 (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Dancin' All Night Long (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • BINGO (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Happy and You Know It (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Havin' A Party (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Jumpin' (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Old MacDonald (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Chuck E. March (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Chuck E. Says (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)
  • Chuck E. Shuffle (3stage, Cyberamic, Studio C)

Showtape Scans / Images:

Trivia:

  • The original artists behind "I'm Shakin'", Rooney, visited a CEC location during the time this show was playing in order to hear their song being covered.[2]
  • "Super Chuck E." was originally a road show in 2005 though it has been slightly altered for this show.
  • The CEC News intermission and most of the footage for "Super Chuck E." was reused from August 1997. They seem to have been taken from a master copy of the show as they are in much higher quality than the original show.
  • Originally in segment 2, Chuck E. called former president George W. Bush. This was cut for an unknown reason.
  • This show uses footage of the 3-Stage characters instead of the puppets on Studio C.
  • This show was scripted by Duncan Brannan

References