That's Not Funny, That's Sick

That's Not Funny, That's Sick

by National Lampoon
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Product Details

Release Date: 09/02/2003
Label: Uproar
UPC: 0706442384424
catalogNumber: 23844

Album Credits

Performance Credits

National Lampoon   Primary Artist
Ellie Greenwich   Background Vocals
Wonderland Band   Musician
Susan Collins   Background Vocals
Keith Ginsberg   Guitar
Christopher Guest   Track Performer
Jeremy Harris   Drums
Tony Hendra   Track Performer
Bill Murray   Track Performer
Laraine Newman   Track Performer
Lynn Pitney   Background Vocals
Paul Schaffer   Conductor
Nick Stevens   Bass
Teddy Wender   Synthesizer,Clavinet
John Weidman   Track Performer
George Agoglia   Track Performer
Richard Belzer   Track Performer
Pat Bright   Track Performer
Sid Davis   Track Performer
Brian Doyle-Murray   Track Performer
Robert Dryden   Track Performer
Anna Uppstrom   Track Performer
Gracie Whitebread   Track Performer
Poli Carmello   fender rhodes
Rhonda Coulet   Track Performer
Donna Detroit   Vocals
John Dunn   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Rhonda Coullet   Contributor
Christopher Guest   Writer
Tony Hendra   Writer
Bill Murray   Writer
Harold Ramis   Writer
Paul Schaffer   Vocal Arrangements,String Arrangements
Bob Tischler   Producer,Engineer,Writer
John Weidman   Writer
Richard Belzer   Writer
Brian Doyle-Murray   Writer
Doug Kenney   Writer
Bruce McCall   Writer
John Wiedman   Contributor
Sean Kelly   Composer
Peter Kleinman   Cover Design

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That's Not Funny, That's Sick 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
By and far, this CD has got to be one of the filthiest, funniest and truly tasteless ever recorded, featuring the talents of such comic legends as Bill Murray, Christopher Guest and Richard Belzer, among others. I've owned this title on LP, cassette and (bootleg) 8-track and I never get tired of hearing it. The bits are as funny today as they were in 1977, when the album was first released. I understand this album was also nominated for a Grammy the next year. No need to ask "who's going to get this," because the right people will "get it" and laugh hysterically. Just listen to the first five minutes of the disc and you'll get what I mean. This re-release (first time on CD) is long overdue.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Without a doubt, the most irreverent yet funniest comedy album ever. I've owned this album on vinyl, 8-track and cassette and I'm glad it's finally out (after twenty-five years)on CD. This album was also nominated for a Grammy back in 1978. It includes such comic talents as Bill Murray, Christopher Guest and Richard Belzer, just to name a few, so you know it's a "can't miss." The bits on Mr. Rogers, radio phone-in shows and commercial parodies are especially funny. Definitely NOT for younger ears, hence the "parental advisory" label. Not everyone may appreciate this brand of satire, but those not easily offended definitely will.