19 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

jh_ytth ,

Only the best comedy album of the last five hundred years

The thing with most comedy albums for me is that even the best ones get old after a handful of listens... except this one. I know it hasn't been released yet, but I watched one of the sets that make up this album on Vimeo about a million times and it got funnier each time. Lizzy Cooperman takes confessional comedy, absurdity, ghastly keyboard noises, and character work, and she mashes it all together into something unlike anything I've seen (or heard) before. Does it matter if you don't live in Southern California and thus don't know the Casino Morongo song? Does it matter if you've never played truth or dare at a sleepover? Does it matter if you don't have a fancy frog butler? No, nothing matters. Except this album. Seriously, I can't say enough good things about it. Buy or die.

chupacabra_71 ,


This sounds like Henny Youngman’s jokes being screeched out by a meth-fueled Kirstie Alley. Thanks for the save, Apple Music.

5826448993 ,


Bought this without ever hearing anything from this ”Comedian “ but was mildly irritated throughout the entire performance