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Album: Exclusive (Live) - Single

Artist: Stephen Lynch

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2003 What Are Records?

Tracklist For Exclusive (Live) - Single By Artist Stephen Lynch

Title Artist Time
She Gotta Smile (Live @ XM Stu Stephen Lynch 3:10 USD 0.99
Special (Live @ XM Studios) Stephen Lynch 3:33 USD 0.99

Reviews For Exclusive (Live) - Single By Artist Stephen Lynch

  • Awsome

    By Stephen Rocks
    I think it`s great. But there could be more songs on the album.
  • sigh

    By Sullanciri
  • where are the other songs ???

    By bigbuffdecad
    There were several other songs done by Stephen Lynch when he was at XM. I would love to hear Kill A Kitten and Special Olympics. Also the remarks during the songs made by Anthony Cumia were hysterical and added another dimension to these already funny songs.
  • special????

    By jakers6584
    ed like talking to a tree, and she keeps him in the shead. if u dont like/love stephen lynch, u hate all comedians, not realy, but this is the 1 of the best comedians i have heard. come and see my imixes.
  • Amazing

    By VegasPowers
    Best versions of both songs
  • still funny

    By goofie1
    I've heard alot of versions of these songs and they still crack me up. I love the little variations.
  • Good, But the originals are always better...

    By Ferbicus
    Just Alright
  • awesomely radical

    By hizzle fo shizzle
    its knee slappin highlarious
  • Great but not like originals

    By vjp123
    the title says it all!

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