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It takes a special talent to make comedy albums, and a lot more work than you might think. Admittedly, such records are no longer as essential to a comedy career as they used to be. Comic recording stars who become film stars, such as Steve Martin, Robin Williams, and Eddie Murphy, rarely bother with comedy albums anymore. Adam Sandler is a happy exception. Recently, he took time out from his megabuck cinema career to make his fourth CD, and it's not like he dashed it off in a day and a half. It's an ambitious piece of work, painstakingly assembled in the studio with supporting actors and sound effects. One sketch is over 16 minutes long, another over 11, and the whole ...
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Barnes & Noble - Dr. Demento
It takes a special talent to make comedy albums, and a lot more work than you might think. Admittedly, such records are no longer as essential to a comedy career as they used to be. Comic recording stars who become film stars, such as Steve Martin, Robin Williams, and Eddie Murphy, rarely bother with comedy albums anymore. Adam Sandler is a happy exception. Recently, he took time out from his megabuck cinema career to make his fourth CD, and it's not like he dashed it off in a day and a half. It's an ambitious piece of work, painstakingly assembled in the studio with supporting actors and sound effects. One sketch is over 16 minutes long, another over 11, and the whole CD clocks in at 75:24. But don't worry -- Adam hasn't gone all serious on us. This album, even more so than his previous CDs, shamelessly plays to the eternal adolescent. Where else would you find, on a major label, an eight-minute sketch about a pro golfer who defecates on the course? Or a whole series of bits about a "cool guy" who is just about to score some hot sex when he unfortunately uses an uncool term for his penis. "The Psychotic Legend of Uncle Donnie" is quite possibly the most violent, gruesome "comedy" bit ever on CD, just the ticket for everyone who laughs at gory slasher flicks. No comedy album more richly deserves its "parental advisory" sticker. Most of the CD is a freak parade of repulsive but memorable characters. Fans of Sandler's gentler side will have to be content with a couple of live songs, including an update of the second CD's "Chanukah Song" with lots more names of Jewish celebrities, cleverly rhymed.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
It says something that Adam Sandler returned to recording comedy albums after he became a superstar, earning 20 million dollars per movie. Perhaps the records gave Sandler the opportunity to explore his well-documented vulgar side, something that he couldn't really do in Big Daddy, the movie that appeared three months before his fourth album, Stan and Judy's Kid. Then again, Stan and Judy's Kid isn't all that vulgar, at least compared to his previous efforts. Sure, there are the predictable profanities, smutty jokes, and the like, but those are balanced by absurdity and deliberately annoying character sketches like the ridiculous "Whitey." These sketches alternate with songs, such as the hip-hop parody "Dee Wee My Friend the Massive Idiot" and the crowd-pleasing "Chanukah Song, Pt. II."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/21/1999
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 093624742944
  • Catalog Number: 47429

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Hot Water Burn Baby - Rob Schneider (4:28)
  2. 2 Cool Guy 1 (0:58)
  3. 3 7 Foot Man (3:45)
  4. 4 The Peer (6:00)
  5. 5 Cool Guy 2 (1:37)
  6. 6 Dee Wee (My Friend the Massive Idiot) (2:58)
  7. 7 Whitey (16:19)
  8. 8 Cool Guy 3 (1:23)
  9. 9 She Comes Home to Me (4:01)
  10. 10 The Champion (7:57)
  11. 11 Cool Guy 4 (1:15)
  12. 12 Chanukah Song, Pt. 2 (4:02)
  13. 13 Inner Voice (4:30)
  14. 14 Cool Guy 5 (1:37)
  15. 15 Welcome My Son (2:12)
  16. 16 The Psychotic Legend of Uncle Donnie - Elmo Weber (11:18)
  17. 17 Reprise (1:00)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Adam Sandler Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
George Wallace Track Performer
Gary Foster Guitar
Nino Tempo Saxophone
Rick Baptist Trumpet
Chuck Berghofer Bass
Teddy Castellucci Guitar
Gene Cipriano Saxophone
Ray Ellis Conductor
Bill Elton Trombone
Jim Fox Guitar
George Graham Trumpet
Don Heffington Drums
Dan Higgins Saxophone
Michael Lang Piano
Warren Luening Trumpet
Earl Martin Track Performer
Chauncey Welsch Trombone
Aaron Zigman Synthesizer
Wayne Bergeron Trumpet
Allen Covert Background Vocals, Track Performer
Greg Field Drums
Rob Schneider Track Performer
Kenneth Kugler Trombone
Technical Credits
Brooks Arthur Producer
Maxi Anderson Contributor
Alex Brown Contributor
Ray Ellis Arranger
Natalie Jackson Contributor
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Earl Martin Digital Editing
Gabe Veltri Engineering
Adam Sandler Producer
Stewart Whitmore Digital Editing
Ted Lobinger Digital Editing
Rich Breen Digital Editing
Allen Covert Producer
L. Mo Weber Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Funny stuff

    This album is yet more true Adam Sandler. And its funny too. 'Whitey', 'Hot Water Burn Baby' are hilarious, truly both masterpieces. Most of the other tracks are funny too. I have always found Adam Sandler's humor to be great ever since I saw 'Billy Madison', and this album is certainly no exception. While there are a few lackluster moments ('Dee Wee', '7 Foot Man'), I recommend any fan of Adam Sandler who doesn't have this yet to buy it right now. One last note: I found 'The Psychotic Legend of Uncle Donnie' to be, while somewhat funny in some parts, very disturbing overall.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very fine performance

    I think this album was very good considering how busy Adam has been with his movies. He took a lot of time and the jokes and cracks are pure Adam Sandler

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