What the Hell Happened to Me? [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Eduardo Rivadavia
Just one of many gifted comedians to emerge from Saturday Night Live's impressive early-'90s roster, Adam Sandler nevertheless defied cynics' expectations by moving on to an improbably long and successful post-SNL film career, where he proceeded to endlessly recycle his stunted man-child persona ad nauseam -- much to the delight of his captive Generation X audience. This meant that Sandler's foray into comedy albums had to take an understandable back seat to his more lucrative priorities, but then, many would argue that this wasn't his strongest suit anyway -- a point driven home by his second CD, 1996's What the Hell Happened to Me? As its title suggests, the disc ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Eduardo Rivadavia
Just one of many gifted comedians to emerge from Saturday Night Live's impressive early-'90s roster, Adam Sandler nevertheless defied cynics' expectations by moving on to an improbably long and successful post-SNL film career, where he proceeded to endlessly recycle his stunted man-child persona ad nauseam -- much to the delight of his captive Generation X audience. This meant that Sandler's foray into comedy albums had to take an understandable back seat to his more lucrative priorities, but then, many would argue that this wasn't his strongest suit anyway -- a point driven home by his second CD, 1996's What the Hell Happened to Me? As its title suggests, the disc attempts to juxtapose Sandler's innocent childhood driven home by the cute kiddy pictures strewn across the sleeve with his severely twisted adult persona. Spoken word bits like "Joining the Cult," "The Goat," "The Hypnotist," and "Memory Lane" performed with the help of various guest pals and fellow comedians combine banal notions like Monday Night Football, talking goats, and road trips with generous doses of scatological language, unconventional sex, and uncontrollable flatulence -- the usual. These are interspersed with seven examples of Sandler's usually reliable musical numbers, but the side-splitting reggae of "Ode to My Car" and the live-in-concert crowd-pleaser "The Chanukah Song" offer two truly distinctive winners.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/13/1996
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 093624615125
  • Catalog Number: 46151
  • Sales rank: 40,211

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Adam Sandler Primary Artist, Vocals
Brooks Arthur Vocals, Track Performer
Lisa Mordente Vocals, Track Performer
Jon Rosenberg Vocals, Track Performer
Carmen Twillie Background Vocals
Maxine Willard Waters Background Vocals
Julia Waters Background Vocals
Judd Apatow Vocals, Track Performer
Ellen Cleghorne Vocals, Track Performer
Tim Herlihy Vocals, Track Performer
Johnathan Loughran Vocals, Track Performer
Frank Coraci Vocals, Track Performer
Allen Covert Vocals, Track Performer
Bean Miller Vocals, Track Performer
Raydi Siegel Track Performer
Douglas Reed Footsteps
Kevin Nealon Vocals, Track Performer
Technical Credits
Brooks Arthur Producer
Jim Keltner Contributor
Teddy Castellucci Arranger, Contributor, Musical Director
Jim Cox Contributor
Bob Glaub Contributor
Jim Hughart Contributor
Randy Kerber Contributor
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
David Tobocman Engineer
Gabe Veltri Engineer
Adam Sandler Producer
Waddy Wachtel Arranger, Contributor, Musical Director
Charlie Bouis Contributor, Assistant Remote Engineer
Ted Lobinger Contributor, Digital Editing
Eric Johnston Contributor
Dan Schwartz Contributor
L. Mo Weber Contributor, Sound Design
Douglas Reed Sound Effects, Prop Design
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Funny

    ''What The Hell Hpaaened To Me'' is the funniest C.D I have ever heard. The Goat, Joing A Cult, Respect, and Do It For Your Momma are awesome.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Dadgummed funny

    This album is the funniest thing you ever heard. I had to keep playing the tracks over and over again to hear the things that I missed, you probably will too. I thought everyone was funny, but the funniest are mr. bake-o, the goat, do it for your momma, and the hypnotist. Frickin funny. Nuff said.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Funnier than sh**

    this is the funniest God dam* C.D. that i have ever heard in my life!

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    Posted June 25, 2010

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