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Adam Sandler - What's Your Name (1997) Retail CD
Among his Saturday Night Live peers--Chris Rock, Chris Farley, David Spade--Adam Sandler has always been the most musically inclined. It's only natural then that the creator of Opera Man and "The Hanukkah Song" would record What's Your Name, an entirely song-based, and often hilarious, musical parody record. The album's first song commences with one of Sandler's trademark nonsense words--a menacing "Schnoin!"--then goes on to tell the tale of a neighborly old man whose hobby is "Moyda" (or murder). There's also two spot-on snipes at Bruce Springsteen, "The Lonesome Kicker" and "Listenin' to themore… Radio," and one of the most unsettling dance-floor throw downs you'll ever hear--the P-Funk meets Ween booty-shake of "Dance Like You Just Shit Your Pants." Sandler ransacks just about every musical genre known to western humanity, but it's his unrepentant immaturity, more than his chops, that's sure to make What's Your Name a junior high school bus classic for years to come. --Matt Hanks
|6||Listenin' to the Radio|
|8||Dancin' and Pantsin'|
|9||Zittly Van Zittles|
|10||Four Years Old|
|14||Red Hooded Sweatshirt|
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