Neil Hamburger

America's Funnyman

LP/CD/MP3/FLAC

Drag City
Released
1996-08-26
Catalog #
DC97
LP $12.00 out of stock
Compact Disc $12.00
MP3 Download $9.99
FLAC Download $10.99

All Tracks

  1. America's Funnyman 0:54

  2. The Diagnosis 0:48

  3. A Moment Of Silence 0:23

  4. Factory Outlet Malls 0:12

  5. Menswear 0:04

  6. Gourmet Chocolate 0:01

  7. Women's Lingerie 0:30

  8. Doctors 0:25

  9. The Army Reserve 0:58

  10. Divorce 0:45

  11. Anniversarys 0:24

  12. Warehouse Shopping 0:39

  13. Lawsuit Crazy 0:28

  14. Single Life 0:04

  15. Condoms 2:06

  16. Smoking 0:15

  17. Gusty Winds 0:24

  18. The Audience 0:26

  19. Bigotry 0:48

  20. A&R People 0:21

  21. The Ex-Wife 0:27

  22. Talk Show Hosts 0:25

  23. Motels 0:39

  24. The Zipper Shtick 1:00

  25. The Top Ten - Censored! 2:03

  26. O.J. 0:22

  27. Bill And Hillary 0:04

  28. Newt Gingrich 0:06

  29. Celebrity Liver Transplants 0:40

  30. Flashers 0:17

  31. Cop Shows 0:57

  32. Lawyers 0:50

  33. The Most Annoying Thing 1:17

  34. The Speed Limit 0:12

  35. G-Strings 0:20

  36. Divorce 0:18

  37. Rich Little Tribute 1:01

  38. The Battle Between The Sexes 2:14

  39. The X-Rated Hot Dog Vendor 4:57

  40. Gambling 1:43

  41. Dating 0:31

  42. Suicide 1:08

  43. Restaurants 0:47

  44. Motels 1:02

About this product

What can you say about Neil Hamburger? Laughter is clearly his life. Milk Magazine opines "Neil is the funny side of everyman, and everyman is just not that damn funny." Don't believe - em! You'll howl with laughter. Thurston Hunger of KFJC radio says, "This got funnier the more I listened to it." Us too.

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America's Funnyman Neil Hamburger has changed a lot since his first album - for those of you who've enjoyed his classic comedy routines opening for Tim & Eric, Jake Austen recalls those young and innocent days:

"Before Drag City made him a phlegm-plagued, Fox News commenting, red carpet walking, hipster club touring, functioning rock star comic, Neil Hamburger was the Charlie Brown of comedy, answering the deafening silence of indifferent audiences and the indignities known only to 3rd tier pizzeria stand ups with poignant sighs. This album captures Neil at his profoundly pitiful peak before he sold out to the Chili Peppers fans by actually crafting hilarious jokes. "Sighs" matters."

  • Jacob Austen, Editor, Roctober