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The key to the strengths and the weaknesses of Best of Roger Miller is in its subtitle: His Greatest Songs. No question, Miller's "King of the Road" and "Dang Me" were among the most innovative and entertaining songs in country music history, and his "Husbands and Wives" among the most… read more →
The title might be immodest, but it's accurate. Just about every holiday song parody and comedy sketch you can imagine is jimmied onto this hilarious, sprawling collection. While you'll find a smattering of well-known Christmas wackiness (including "Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer" and the Singin… read more →
Gaffigan is considered a true triple threat, having achieved major milestones in stand-up, acting, and writing. Under the white guy "everyman" exterior lurks one of the cleverest original comedians of today. An established star in stand-up comedy and a frequent guest on Letterman and Conan, Gaffigan… read more →
After almost 25 years in the making, the most rumored comedy album is finally hitting the streets. As the elder statesman of bizarre one liners, Wright has had a decades long career creating the smartest, surrealist, oddball comedy out there, delivered in his characteristic deadpan. His first album,… read more →
Comedy fans everywhere have been waiting for the reissue of this 1985 classic, which introduced frizzy-haired comic Steven Wright to the masses. Absurdist, paradoxical and so low-key to the point of almost being inaudible, Wright was like a zen Bob Newhart, spinning tall, metaphysical tales that mad… read more →
Ultimate Fits showcases the most hilarious moments from Capitol Nashville's catalog of 17 Roy D. Mercer prank call comedy albums and also debuts two brand new pranks. Tulsa, Oklahoma radio announcers Brent Douglas and Phil Stone (KMOD-FM) created the character of Roy D. Mercer in the early 1990s. In… read more →
FIRST TIME ON CD! INCLUDES -- FOR THE FIRST TIME -- WORLD SERIES COMMENTARY!
Relive the thrill, excitement, and glory of the World Series Champion 1968 Detroit Tigers, from the first days of spring training through their dramatic 7-game Series victory over the St. Louis Cardinals and the ensuing c… read more →
Novelty songs, spoken-word recordings, topical songs, parodies-these were the records that made you stop what you were doing and look at the radio in amazement. The ones that made you exclaim, "How do they come up with this stuff?"
Now Complete 60s has gathered 30+ years' worth of t… read more →
At last, the definitive Halloween compilation. The market for old-style 'Hammer Horror'/Halloween novelty rock just won't quit. Folks out there just can't get enough of the stuff. Yet, for all that, there's never been a truly satisfying compilation of this type, just a series of ragbag bootlegs that… read more →