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Incredibad

February 10, 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 10, 2009
  • Release Date: February 10, 2009
  • Label: Broadway Video/Republic Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2008 Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 42:09
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  • ASIN: B001R91138
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,509 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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By Gregory Alongi VINE VOICE on February 10, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of The Lonely Island for a while, and it's exciting to see "the dudes" finally start getting recognition for their talents.

I originally thought this album was a joke when it was announced, but I'm very happy it's for real, because it's hilarious.

Musically, it's actually catchy and very solid. I'm sure some people will hear it and not even realize it's a joke at first. Once you pay attention to the lyrics though, it's just amazing.

I do feel that some of the effect is lost by not seeing the creative videos that were made for the songs (although those are included as well), but once you've seen the videos, you'll picture them as you hear the songs anyway.

If you've been a fan of the Saturday Night Live's Digital Shorts, The Lonely Island, or just Andy Samberg, I guarantee you'll enjoy this album.
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As a dedicated SNL watcher through the good and the bad, the Lonely Island guys got my attention - and the attention of a lot of other people - with "Lazy Sunday" a Beastie Boys-esque rap video about two guys going to go see The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe on a Sunday morning. Billed as a "Digital Short," the song became an internet sensation, made Samberg and his writing partners people to watch, and put SNL back in the headlines while spawning a number of imitators.

In the following years, the "Digital Shorts" have become a staple of the show, and sometimes, its high points. But the ones that work the best are the Lonely Island-produced music videos - "D*** in a Box" featuring Justin Timberlake, "I Ran (So Far)," featuring Adam Levine (with a pretty great cameo from Jake Gyllenhaal). So when word hit that The Lonely Island were releasing a CD, it seemed like a no-brainer.

And as an album, it's pretty good. The songs for the most part don't outstay their welcome, and the talent assembled is impressive - Norah Jones, T-Pain, and Natalie Portman (!!) show up on the album's best tracks. The songs recycled from the show are worth an extra listen - without the audience response and the visual, the listener can really sit back and appreciate how musically deft these songs are. Also included is a DVD of some of the videos - a nice companion, and great for the completionist SNL fan.

Unfortunately, there are a few omissions from the show that are really unfortunate. "I Ran" - in my opinion, one of the subtler, smarter, and funnier songs TLI has put together - is nowhere to be found, in either song or video form. Likewise, the T-Pain starring "I'm on a Boat" video - which was aired on the show as a promo for the album - is completely absent as well.
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The first time I ever heard of Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer, AKA The Lonely Island, was through a little film called "Hot Rod", which, if you ask me, is one of the funniest films ever made! I grew up a Saturday Night Live fan, but ever since that really bad period when Janeane Garofalo was on there, my viewership has been touch and go. I'll latch on when they have someone great in the cast but will bail out immediately and for long periods when I see too many failed attempts at humor. Now that Andy Samberg is on there though, I really should pay more attention (though he seems to be underused when I do check it out). The guy is truly hilarious, even just to look at. He's got one of those faces with the wide-mouthed, crazy expressions. Anywho, it was appropriately online where I first discovered their little SNL videos like D**k in a Box and J**z in my Pants, and they instantly had me hooked. Those two videos are hilarious! The songs are funny enough, but it's so right that this CD includes a DVD of the videos, because the visuals just make the songs so much funnier!

Now, the track listing on my CD is a bit differently organized than it is listed on Amazon. From the back of the CD: 1. Who Said We're Wack? 2. Santana DVX (ft. E-40), 3. J**z In My Pants, 4. I'm on a Boat (ft. T-Pain), 5. Sax Man (ft. Jack Black), 6. Lazy Sunday (ft. Chris Parnell), 7. Normal Guy (Interlude), 8. Boombox (ft. Julian Casablancas), 9. Shrooms (Interlude), 10. Like a Boss, 11. We Like Sportz, 12. Dream Girl (ft. Norah Jones), 13. Ras Trent, 14. D**k In A Box (ft. Justin Timberlake), 15. The Old Saloon (Interlude), 16. Punch You In The Jeans, 17. Space Olympics, 18. Natalie's Rap (ft. Natalie Portman & Chris Parnell), 19. Incredibad.
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If asked, a large number of devoted "Saturday Night Live" viewers might say the digital short films are the funniest aspect of the show's recent seasons -- and, "Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals" notwithstanding, it would be hard to argue with them. Aired on the venerable late-night comedy program since 2005, several of the shorts have become viral video sensations, spawning hundreds of copycat remakes and, in turn, effectively broadening SNL's appeal to that of the Internet Generation.

It is perhaps telling that the prerecorded shorts and the Wahlberg sketch (seriously, Google it) both involve mop-haired writer/cast member Andy Samberg: He and fellow SNL writers Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone -- better known as comedy team The Lonely Island -- are the creators of the segments, and the trio's penchant for absurd humor is apparent throughout every last one of the three-minute music videos and fake public service announcements produced by the trio thus far.

In particular, TLI's songs are among their most memorable and enduring output -- not just because the lyrics are laugh-until-you-cry hilarious, but also because the group's predominantly rap-based style translates into surprisingly solid tunes, collected for the first time in album form on the unabashedly excellent (and misleadingly titled) "Incredibad."

As a genre, musical comedy has made stars of only a few of its practitioners -- Tenacious D, Flight of the Conchords and, to a lesser extent, Adam Sandler -- so it certainly bodes well for TLI that, aside from a handful of quickie interludes that run the gamut from "pretty funny" to "just OK," "Incredibad" is a front-to-back grand slam that absolutely begs for repeat listens.

Opener "Who Said We're Wack?
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