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{{song|writer=Lionel Richie, Ronald LaPread, Walter Orange, Milan Williams, Thomas McClary, and William Thomas King|composer=|lyricist=|date=1977|source=''Commodores'' 1977 self-titled album|publisher=EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP)}}
 
{{song|writer=Lionel Richie, Ronald LaPread, Walter Orange, Milan Williams, Thomas McClary, and William Thomas King|composer=|lyricist=|date=1977|source=''Commodores'' 1977 self-titled album|publisher=EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP)}}
 
[[File:Brick-house.jpg|thumb|300px|The Muppets groove to "Brick House" in ''Muppets From Space''.]]
 
[[File:Brick-house.jpg|thumb|300px|The Muppets groove to "Brick House" in ''Muppets From Space''.]]
"'''Brick House'''" is a song made famous by the Commodores. The Commodores recording was featured near the beginning of ''[[Muppets from Space]]'', as the Muppets wake up and prepare for the day.
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"'''Brick House'''" is a song made famous by the Commodores. The Commodores recording was featured near the beginning of the 1999 film ''[[Muppets from Space]]'', as the Muppets wake up and prepare for the day.
   
 
[[Roy Hess]] also sang this song in the ''[[Dinosaurs]]'' episode "[[Episode 414*: Georgie Must Die|Georgie Must Die]]."
 
[[Roy Hess]] also sang this song in the ''[[Dinosaurs]]'' episode "[[Episode 414*: Georgie Must Die|Georgie Must Die]]."

Revision as of 03:02, June 29, 2009

Written by Lionel Richie, Ronald LaPread, Walter Orange, Milan Williams, Thomas McClary, and William Thomas King
Date 1977
Source Commodores 1977 self-titled album
Publisher EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP)
Brick-house

The Muppets groove to "Brick House" in Muppets From Space.

"Brick House" is a song made famous by the Commodores. The Commodores recording was featured near the beginning of the 1999 film Muppets from Space, as the Muppets wake up and prepare for the day.

Roy Hess also sang this song in the Dinosaurs episode "Georgie Must Die."

Wayne Brady and Kermit the Frog sang the song on The Wayne Brady Show in 2003, as an homage to Miss Piggy.

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