True, this was the second album that "Weird Al" Yankovic came out with (following his self-titled debut record). But In 3-D was the one that blasted his career into high orbit and he hasn't come down yet. The first song of the album, "Eat It", was a culinary parody of Michael Jackson's "Beat It". The song itself is a mirthful marvel in its own right, but the "Eat It" music video is what grabbed everyone's attention: in 1984 and the height of the MTV revolution, nobody had seen a music video packed with so much humor! "Eat It" wound up winning a 1984 Grammy, for Best Comedy Performance Single or Album, Spoken or Musical. It would be just the first of many for Yankovic.
So to "Weird Al" and his band: congratulations on In 3-D reaching the quarter century milestone! :-)