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Album: Superhero

Artist: Stephen Lynch

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2003 What Are Records?

Tracklist For Superhero By Artist Stephen Lynch

Title Artist Time
1
Talk to Me Stephen Lynch 3:20 USD 0.99
2
Dr. Stephen Stephen Lynch 2:11 USD 0.99
3
Priest (Live) Stephen Lynch 4:29 USD 0.99
4
Country Love Song Stephen Lynch 2:11 USD 0.99
5
Superhero Stephen Lynch 8:57 USD 0.99
6
What If That Guy from Smashing Stephen Lynch 0:52 USD 0.99
7
Mother's Day (Live) Stephen Lynch 1:07 USD 0.99
8
Taxi Driver Stephen Lynch 1:28 USD 0.99
9
For the Ladies Stephen Lynch 1:24 USD 0.99
10
Grandfather Stephen Lynch 2:36 USD 0.99
11
Bowling Song (Almighty Malachi Stephen Lynch 5:00 USD 0.99
12
She Gotta Smile Stephen Lynch 2:57 USD 0.99
13
Best Friends Song Stephen Lynch 2:02 USD 0.99
14
D & D Stephen Lynch 2:46 USD 0.99
15
Down to the Old Pub Instead Stephen Lynch 3:13 USD 0.99

Reviews For Superhero By Artist Stephen Lynch

  • Yes

    5
    By TheGrayFox99999
    Buy it, now, dont hesitate
  • Offensive, dorky and utterly hilarious

    5
    By Avidtunejunkie
    I love Stephen Lynch, and the only thing that could be better than listening to the twisted tunes from his perverted mind is watching him perform them live. People with a delicate constitution will not appreciate his humor, because there is nothing gentle or politically correct about it, but you can't help to crack a smile at songs like "Bowling Song" and "What If That Guy From Smashing Pumpkins Lost His Car Keys?"
  • TALK TO MEEEEEEEE

    5
    By Breatherina
    OMFG REALLY!! AHAHAHA i was with my friend n we listened to this whole cd i like omg..really!! HE IS AWESOME i fell off the bed i was laughing so hard and i woke up this morning w/ my abs totally killing OMG i love him. HE IS MY HERO
  • Awesome

    5
    By oldnoname
    Grandfather Die!
  • This Album is Just Wrong

    4
    By Hotshotspartdeux
    If there were ever a dirty pleasure album, this is it! Along with Adam Sandler's "What the Hell Happened to Me?" or Adam's 1st album. You will get offended! But life is short, laughing can be therapidic. In Addition, Get the Live version of "Special" Ed, it's the funniest song he's done. Peace Out Bro....
  • Best Album Ever

    5
    By Lordicus
    Superhero: Pure Genius!
  • i dont think so

    1
    By reinsdorf
    not that funny, especially when he makes fun of billy corgan (that smashing pumpkins guy)
  • Funny as Hell...

    5
    By TheGirlChild
    ...but will probably go to hell for listening to this... i LOVE stepen lynch. do not get if easily offended... i think part of my soul died while listening to "Priest"
  • funny

    5
    By riley347
    This dude is going to hell...
  • GENIUS!!!!

    5
    By DarthBanshee
    Stephen Lynch is the most amazing person ever. I do wish that Kill a Kitten and Special Olympics found their way to iTunes someday... but everything Lynch does is a treasure. My personal favorite form the Superhero album is Superhero itself as well as D&D.

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