15 Songs, 44 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

ZoinksScoob ,

If I could be a superhero...

I would be... Stephen Lynch! He's a hero to the comedy world, and to his legions of fans.

His first live album, Superhero just rocks over and over. Many of these songs were the basis for his show featured on the "Live at the El Rey" DVD, but you aren't missing much without the pictures (except for Stephen's rather graphic tonguing of a microphone during "Priest"...)

Stephen is an equal opportunity offender... gynecology, priests, cab drivers, dying grandfathers, menstruation, Tourette's Syndrome... EVERYTHING is fair game, and he delivers on every song. Well, almost every song... gotta give him a pass on the Bowling Song (sorry, Stephen.)

Beyond that, coupled with A Little Bit Special and The Craig Machine, you've got a trilogy of comedic genius.

Here's hoping that The Wedding Singer closes on Broadway real soon... so we can get another comedy album and tour out of Lynch!

SOX_FAN4422 ,

How is he not as famous as Dane Cook?

Stephen Lynch is underrated and in my opinion one of the great comics of our time and it is too bad that he is not in the mainstream with Dane Cook, Sandler, Blue Collar and Chris Rock. This is by far Lynch's best album. Everytime I hear Superhero I laugh. Almighty Malachi Professional Bowling God is great despite what he says and mmy favorite Talk To Me still doubles me over in laughter. I highly reccomend this album to anyone who likes to laugh.

Jandro ,

This Guy is Amazing

Stephen Lynch never stops, does he? All the songs on this cd are great- it's got everything from Immigration Dude to the taxi driver. Who could forget the Almighty Malachi, Bowling God? And, of course, there's D and D, the story of the Dungeons and Dragons master. Truly a must buy for anyone who loves a great funny cd

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