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They're All Gonna Laugh at You Explicit Lyrics

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Musical selections include Adam's much requested renditions of "The Turkey Song" and "Lunchlady Land"- as seen on TV - as well as "Food Innuendo Guy," "My Little Chicken" and more. Certified platinum by the RIAA. (3/96)
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 28, 1993)
  • Original Release Date: September 28, 1993
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B000002MMG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,328 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on June 24, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is the funniest CD I have ever heard. I bought "What the Hell Happened To Me" and "What's Your Name" first, and thought nothing could be funnier. I was wrong! I bought this CD while I was in Boston on a field trip, and my friends and I listened to it on the entire ride home. We cracked up on every track. The buffoon is even funnier than the excited southerner. His phrase: F***in s**t still makes me laugh, even though I've heard it a million times. As you first listen to the CD he pops up at the most surprising places (He has a part in "I'm So Wasted" and "Teenage Love on the Phone in addition to his 2 starring roles). Of course, there is no doubt that Toll Booth Willie is the best overall Adam Sandler skit from any album. So, now that I own all three of his albums, I will give a brief synopsis of all of them: (I already talked about They're All Gonna Laugh at You) What the Hell Happened to Me was great, but I felt that The Excited Southerner joke went on a bit to long. Giving him the starring role in 5 tracks? Rediculous. 3 would have been better. The Excited Southerner in my oppinion was just to take up space. Don't get me wrong! It was all very funny. But went on a little to long. The Goat and Respect more than made up for that, though. I rate it 4/5. What's Your Name was good, but not great. I thought that having more songs was a good idea, but not all songs. 10 songs and 10 skits would have been better. Having all songs made it impossible to have a character such as the buffoon or the excited southerner. But, let's face it, the songs were funny as hell. 4/5
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We sure will after hearing this one. Sandler's CDs always have that one common element that is repeated throughout (such as the excited Southerner, the Cool Guy), and here, it is the Buffoon. The Buffoon is a totally obliterated, obscene moron who blurts out really strange observations and anecdotes. (but, man, is it ever hilarious!) A nice treat is that you'll get surprised by the Buffoon more than you think on this CD.As always, Sandler's songs are inspired (by a demented mind, no doubt). The best skits are the Buffoon, 'Toll Booth Willie', 'I'm So Wasted', 'Buddy', and 'The Longest Pee'.Of course, the standard disclaimer applies here: if you're easily offended...you don't like swearing...if you don't like innuendoes concerning food objects...don't listen to this, for heaven's sake. On the other hand, if you want to spend some quality time hearing some of Adam Sandler's great material, this one is a keeper.
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When I bought this CD back in 1994 I only knew of Adam Sandler from his stint on Saturday Night Live and the songs he would do on the show like "The Thanksgiving Song" and "Lunchlady Land". Both of which are included on this CD. I liked him on SNL so I thought I would give this album a shot. I was glad I bought this album. I was laughing so hard my sides hurt. Not only could Sandler come up with some very funny songs, but the skits are great too. My favorites are "Toll Booth Willie" (very funny) and "Oh mom...". And besides Sandler there are a lot of SNL alumni that join him on this album including the late and great Chris Farley and David Spade to name a few. This is a hilarious album that will keep you laughing for days. Also be sure to check out his other albums as well which are equally funny.
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By A Customer on September 21, 1999
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This is a great comedy album. Almost all the tracks are winners. The songs are also very good. I prefer this first recording over Adam's second album, "What the Hell Happened to Me?", although that is a good laugh-fest as well. All in all, a VERY enjoyable listen!.
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Overall, this is a pretty good comedy album sure to entertain Adam Sandler fans; however, some of the bits will very likely frustrate or turn off listeners who have yet to join the ranks of the Sandler faithful. The language earns the album a Mature rating, but there is nothing shockingly graphic to be found here. One of the great things about Sandler is the variety of comic media he brings to the microphone. For instance, you get four songs here, including the well-known and quite popular Thanksgiving Song and Lunchlady Land of Saturday Night Live fame. I can't say I particularly care for the other two songs, Innuendo Guy and At a Medium Pace, but this is largely due to the fact that they go a little too far for my tastes and seem to rely solely on the "dirty" nature of the lyrics to generate laughs. The "Beating of" tracks also got old in a hurry to my ears-one or two beatings would have been sufficient and more enjoyable than having four of them scattered throughout the album.
Right Field is a funny track that almost anyone who has played or watched sports can easily identify with; it is also one of the few tracks clean enough to have been played on the radio. Buddy and Fatty McGee are also quite funny. If you think hurling profanity-laced insults at smart-alecks is funny (and apparently I do), you will love Toll Booth Willie. My favorite track would have to be I'm So Wasted (apparently, I also think that someone pretending to be stoned is funny).
Some would call this album crude and immature, and they would be correct in saying this. However, the album also happens to be quite funny most of the time. Some of the bits are a little overdone and become somewhat annoying after you've heard them a few times, but the truly funny tracks more than offset the problematic ones, making this a comedy album worth having.
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