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Album: Shhh... Don't Tell

Artist: Adam Sandler

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Shhh... Don't Tell By Artist Adam Sandler

Title Artist Time
1
Sid & Alex Adam Sandler 2:12 USD 1.29
2
Pibb Goes Surfing Adam Sandler 2:01 USD 1.29
3
The Amazing Willy Wanker Adam Sandler 4:16 USD 1.29
4
Gay Robot Adam Sandler 4:01 USD 1.29
5
Pibb Tries the Skateboarding Adam Sandler 2:16 USD 1.29
6
Creepin' On the Mayor Adam Sandler 1:16 USD 1.29
7
The Mayor of Pussytown Adam Sandler 3:47 USD 1.29
8
Timmy Tinyhole Adam Sandler 0:21 USD 1.29
9
Pibb Takes the Mexican ATV Tou Adam Sandler 3:22 USD 1.29
10
Wolfman Adam Sandler 5:05 USD 1.29
11
Secret Adam Sandler 4:42 USD 1.29
12
The Boss and the Secretary Adam Sandler 5:07 USD 1.29
13
Best Friend Adam Sandler 3:29 USD 1.29
14
Pibb Needs the Hot Rocks Adam Sandler 6:08 USD 1.29
15
The Mule Session Adam Sandler 3:45 USD 1.29
16
Newlyweds, Sleepyheads Adam Sandler 5:15 USD 1.29
17
Calling Home Adam Sandler 8:59 USD 1.29
18
Mr. I Do and the Doo Doos Adam Sandler 2:38 USD 1.29
19
Whore! Where Are You?! Adam Sandler 4:32 USD 1.29
20
Stan the Man Adam Sandler 3:49 USD 1.29

Reviews For Shhh... Don't Tell By Artist Adam Sandler

  • 77 minutes of cringe

    1
    By Altair0115
    None of the skits or songs were funny. In fact, the whole album was extremely difficult to listen to, considering What the Hell Happened to Me and They’re All Gonna Laugh At You were my favorite comedy albums back in the day. This perfectly represents where Adam Sandler’s career was going at that time - trying way too hard to be funny, resulting in being excessively annoying and stupid. Any chuckles I might’ve given was due to laughing out of nervousness. The final song, Stan the Man, was somewhat heartfelt, but even that was dull and uninspired. Absolutely devoid of art or comedy. A complete waste of time.
  • hahaha

    5
    By Lisa Morgigno
    i just remembered that nick swardson played the gay robot!!
  • beautiful

    5
    By jcryerfan13
    the song "stan the man" always makes me cry. i wish i knew my dad :,-(
  • Awesome!!!

    5
    By Hoope$
    All the people who say Adam Sandler should stop singing cuz he's suppose to be an actor are a bunch of idiots. He's been doing this stuff since before he was famous. He's funny as hell.
  • ???

    5
    By Naynbreaker
    I don't understand you all who keep saying this is trash. Comics have different kinds of funny. If every comedian was telling the same things in the same ways, then there would be nothing funny left to do. It'd be like if all actors did exactly the same kind of movies, plays, with the same unswayed plots. No one would watch them anymore!
  • Funny and better than expected

    5
    By Darrell Stevens
    All the negative reviews are from idiots. This album is funny and, yes, dirty. But that's the point. It seems like Adam does these so he can cut lose and be crazy. Which he does. Gay Robot, Sid and Alex, the song 'Shh..Don't Tell' are all really funny. This is less dirty than most of the movie's out there, 'Pineapple Express', 'Zach and Miri', 'Superbad'..etc...if you don't like this then you and your dad are boring.
  • shhh...don't tell

    5
    By Sophia Rocks
    Secret... I loved it, funny and will get you to dance.
  • Why Would ANYBODY Tell!?

    1
    By St. Clair
    My dad can't stand Adam Sandler, and I see why. Adam's so-called "jokes" are not at all funny! He talks about things that are disgusting and swears all the time. Adam Sandler thinks he can make people laugh by turning every little thing into something foul. If I could do it, I would give Adam's so-called "comedy" (more like STUPIDITY) a negative 10 or below. Anybody who actually likes this smut needs to have his or her brain examined. Sandler's jokes are just plain disgusting and LAME! This is NOT comedy; this is TRASH!!!!!
  • Funny as hell

    5
    By Fashionieceta
    Funny,but not as there all gonna laugh at you!
  • So Friken Hillarious

    5
    By JBudde
    This is soooo funny but I wouldn't buy the whole album just a few songs

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