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Shhh... Don't Tell

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Download links and information about Shhh... Don't Tell by Adam Sandler. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Humor genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:17:01 minutes.

Artist: Adam Sandler
Release date: 2004
Genre: Humor
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:17:01
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Sid & Alex 2:12
2. Pibb Goes Surfing 2:01
3. The Amazing Willy Wanker 4:16
4. Gay Robot 4:01
5. Pibb Tries the Skateboarding 2:16
6. Creepin' On the Mayor 1:16
7. The Mayor of Pussytown 3:47
8. Timmy Tinyhole 0:21
9. Pibb Takes the Mexican ATV Tour 3:22
10. Wolfman 5:05
11. Secret 4:42
12. The Boss and the Secretary 5:07
13. Best Friend 3:29
14. Pibb Needs the Hot Rocks 6:08
15. The Mule Session 3:45
16. Newlyweds, Sleepyheads 5:15
17. Calling Home 8:59
18. Mr. I Do and the Doo Doos 2:38
19. Whore! Where Are You?! 4:32
20. Stan the Man 3:49

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Almost five years after the mediocre Stan and Judy's Kid, Adam Sandler returns with a winning set of sophomoric potty humor. Recycling the structure of every Sandler album before it — minus the songs-only What's Your Name — Shhh...Don't Tell bounces between songs and sketches but the vulgarity has been kicked up a notch. It's a great move considering that the on-screen Sandler has been venturing into Jimmy Stewart territory. There'll be none of that here, as Sandler introduces listeners to the proud "Mayor of Pu**ytown," a man named "Timmy Tinyhole" who can't impress his friends with his puny flatulence, and a "Gay Robot" that just happens to be a master of football statistics ("The Eagles will win in three. Now can I grab your butt?"). "Secret" is the highlight with its Euro-disco ode to men who worry about their bikini lines too much. The bumbling character Pibb is a one-trick pony the album could have had a little less of, but fans have been waiting for Sandler to come back to this absurd and low-brow style of humor for too long. The characters on Shhh...Don't Tell are hardly the sweetheart Mr. Deeds was, and the album is all the funnier because of it.