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A Very Veggie Easter
Music by

Kurt Heinecke
Christopher Davis


March 7th, 2006


44 minutes, 39 seconds

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A Very Veggie Easter is the first Easter album, originally released in March 7, 2006.


  1. Hosanna, Loud Hosanna
  2. All Around the World
  3. Christ the Lord Is Risen Today
  4. Easter Bunny Hop (feat. Boyz in the Sink and Khalil)
  5. The Easter Song (feat. Matthew Ward)
  6. How Now Easter Cow
  7. Count Your Eggs
  8. An Empty Egg
  9. Hope's Song (originally from An Easter Carol; 2006 version)
  10. First Things First
  11. Christ the Lord Is Risen Today (reprise)
  12. I Know That My Redeemer Liveth


Fun Facts[]


  • It was released on the same day as Worship Songs and on the same month as Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler and the 2006 reprint of Are You My Neighbor?
  • This is the only time Megan Murphy voices Lisa Asparagus.
  • Unlike most albums, the trailer for this album (or at least the only thing close to a trailer for this album) is quite rare, as it only exists on the Family Fun Event disc for Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler. The same trailer also promotes the release of Worship Songs and the 2006 rerelease of Are You My Neighbor?


  • Laura Carrot is featured on the album cover, despite not appearing in any of the songs.
  • Dad Asparagus' voice is much deeper compared to his previous appearances in the show.


  • On digital releases, All Around the World is incorrectly listed as All Around the Word.
  • On the promo for this CD, the word "Loud" is Hosanna Loud Hosanna is not capitalized.
  • There are a few errors present in the credits:

Real-World References[]

  • The title of Larry's Easter story, the Sad Story of the Easter Cow, is structured similarly to that of the Railway Series story and Thomas & Friends episode, "The Sad Story of Henry."
  • When Junior and his dad reunite, the latter states that he "couldn't bear to spend Easter Sunday away from [his] favorite son," to which Junior replies, "Aw, dad. I'm your only son." This is a likely reference to a scene from The Lion King, where Scar calls Simba his favorite nephew, only for Simba to correct him as being his only nephew.

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