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  • Audio CD (November 4, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B0000996GS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,803 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Intro
2. Who
3. Underage Bichon
4. Call To Kennel
5. Benji's Queer (featuring Doug Dale)
6. On The Road
7. Lick Myself
8. Call To STD Hotline
9. Cats Are C*nts (featuring Conan O'Brien)
10. 30 Seconds Of Magic (featuring Adam Sandler)
See all 20 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Little Roundworm (featuring Maya Rudolph)
2. Interview With Kurt Loder and Iann Robinson
3. Sense of Smell
4. Interview With Vinnie Pastore (Big Pussy)
5. Cats Are C*nts (featuring Conan O'Brien)
6. Interview With Ben "Dell Guy" Curtis
7. Interview With Jared "Subway" Fogle
8. Blackwolf (featuring Blackwolf The Dragonmaster)
9. Interviews with Janeane Garofalo and Robert Wuhl
10. You Have To Work Blue (featuring "Stinky Faye" Horatio Sanz)
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Editorial Reviews

Product Description

From Late Night With Conan O'Brien to the VMA's on MTV, Triumph The Insult Comic Dog has pooped his way to stardom. Now Triumph debuts on album with Come Poop With Me, a doggie bag of filthy and hilarious new songs, sketches and interviews, featuring Tri

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Why learn new tricks when you can still get big laughs milking the old ones? Everyone's favorite foul-mouthed canine puppet simply takes the same material he's been using since Don Rickles was in short pants, and stretches it over a series of musical pastiches, from calypso ("Underage Bichon") to, um, Yiddish musical theater ("My Mama"). With contributions from Adam Sandler, Conan O'Brien, Jack Black, and SNL vets Maya Rudolph and Horatio Sanz, this disc features more guests than a Jerry Lewis telethon (alas, no Eminem--though he gets name-checked on the hip-hop jam "I Keed"). The Jerky Boys-style crank calls quickly wear thin, and the bonus DVD is a hodgepodge of static performance footage of the best bits on the CD, plus some agonizing filler (who invited that Dell computer dork?), but on the strength of the hilarious songs alone, Come Poop With Me is nothing to turn your nose up at. --Kurt B. Reighley

Customer Reviews

This CD is funny as hell, good work.
Jason Huff
Whoever the "creative force"(and I use the term loosely) behind this puppet should really try to do something more worthwhile with their time.
"kimberlygem"
Graphic sex jokes and curse words exist just for the sake of existing; most of the time it's just being crude without much humor content along with it.
Jeffrey Benson

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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By mattyp4 on December 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you want my brief review of the album it goes something like this:
As much as I love Triumph, some of the jokes get old fast. But I think this is the case with most modern comedy albums (especially ones with a lot of vulgarity). The DVD makes up for the CD though. The interviews with B-List celebrities are hilarious. And the overall highlight of the CD/DVD is his duet with Blackwolf the Dragonmaster. Priceless. His participation is pretty admirable. And just for the record, this guy is real. I've seen him (in his full Dragonmaster get-up) walking around the streets in NYC.

But I'm mainly writing this "review" to complain about all the Clay Aiken fans obviously angered by the axed PETA campaign featuring Triumph that claims Clay was neutered.

There must be some Clay Aiken fan page out there starting a grassroots campaign that encourages people to write bad reviews for Come Poop With Me. As if that would make some kind of statement ("We'll show that dog puppet!"). So what we have now is a barrage of one-sentence "reviews," mostly written around mid-November, from generic "music fans" saying this CD is filthy & that Triumph stinks. Hardly constructive criticism.

So is this the best these people could think of? Apparently. It's either this or sue the gay Marine that Clay hooked up with on Manhunt.

I think these bored, dumpy, middle-aged housewives from Florida & the Midwest should find some other way to show their support of Clay Aiken, the "pop God." The kid was the runner-up in a televised talent show. Now he's being called a God by an Oprah-esque cult-like legion of menopausal women who are infatuated by a closet-case twenty-something dweeb who sounds like a second rate Richard Marx at best...
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58 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Benson on November 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Okay, so I thought his appearances on Conan and other places were hilarious, so I was really looking forward to this CD. The single ("I Keed") is hilarious, and there are a few funny moments on the CD, but overall it's like one punchline that gets really old really fast. He's funniest when he comments on pop culture & society (Hollywood stars, etc), but unfortunately there is very little of that here and WAAAY too much graphic jokes about dogs having sex (and these jokes aren't that funny and get old fast). As one who's not uptight or prudish (not much offends me) I still think this CD goes overboard too often in my opinion. Graphic sex jokes and curse words exist just for the sake of existing; most of the time it's just being crude without much humor content along with it. Shock value alone is not comedy to me.
Interesting to note that the one track on the album that is "okay for radio" is really the only funny thing ON the album. There's something to be said for comedy being funny without having to cater to the lowest common denominator.
Bottom line: I laughed a few times listening to this CD, but not nearly as much as I expected. And I cringed much more often than I laughed. Other than "I Keed," this CD is a disappointment. Save your money.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dean Anderson on August 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Look. You know who Triumph is. Robert Smigel is a comedy genius. He proves it time and time again from his days on Conan O'Brien to his "Saturday TV Funhouse" films on SNL. This is the first salvo in what I expect to be the Smigel Wave Of Comedy Delight for hopefully years to come.

Let's start with the DVD. It is brilliance, defined. This disc is a live performance taped at New York's famed Irving Plaza, and it is insane! Ok, some may not love seeing a brown tinged "roundworm" singing a duet with a puppet dog. But Triumph's greatest triumphs are his interviewing skills, especially with a stuffed shirt like MTVs ancient newscaster Kurt Loder and his tatted up protege, Iann "Robertson" (as the dog insists on calling him). Moments like those are the most hilarious, and make the disc worth the price all by itself! Toss in the interview with the "Dude, you're getting a Dell" guy, forced to share the stage with the "I lost weight by eating at Subway" guy, and you have some seriously scintillating entertainment!

In a world that's filled with PC commentary, it takes an insult comic dog to refocus our lives on what really matters: the poop.

My only real complaint is that the video for the single, "I Keed" wasn't included here, though the audio version of it is. The CD features the studio versions of many of the bits as seen on the DVD, plus a few others. A bit redundant, maybe, but still just as good!

Don't let the humorless fool you! It's all great and gets a canine out of ten from me!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
If you can invision a dog singing these songs and doing these skits, then it's hilarious. If you listen to it and only hear a man talking,then of course it would awkward to you and not very funny. People should open their minds.
As for the Clay fans who have been posting, I for one would much rather get humped by Triumph then have to look at a man who highly resembles an albino rat.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By luster on February 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I wasn't sure about buying this but then I heard it on NPR's 10 best list for 2003. Thanks, Triumph, for reviving a lost art, the foolish, bouncy, sing-along raunchy party album. "Lick Myself" - so clever and funny, an instant classic. "Underage Bichon" - saw you do this on TV, still holds up after all these dog years. Did Belafonte produce it? I swear that was his penny whistle and background singers. Thanks also for straightening me out about cats, and Benji, and the evil nut-chopping Bob Barker (big assist to Jack Black). And thanks for the funny as hell DVD. If only I'd been there to see the Dell Guy up close and drunk. Please come to my town and bring Delly (and Blackwolf, too!)
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