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Humour - Released June 30, 1975 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released June 30, 1975 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released September 14, 1979 | Warner Records

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Ambient/New Age - Released August 23, 1991 | Warner Records

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Christmas Music - Released September 13, 1991 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released September 24, 1993 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released January 20, 1995 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released January 24, 1995 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released February 9, 1996 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released May 28, 1996 | Warner Records

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Ambient/New Age - Released October 4, 1996 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released September 5, 1997 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released April 17, 1998 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released February 26, 1999 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released September 10, 1999 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released December 7, 1999 | Warner Records

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Comedy/Other - Released May 2, 2000 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released October 28, 2003 | Warner Records

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Humour - Released November 4, 2003 | Warner Records

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog is one of the more unlikely artists to ever record for Warner Bros., and also one of the funniest. Come Poop With Me consists of musical bits recorded in front of a live audience and in the studio along with a handful of prank phone calls. A whole bunch of comedy big shots stop by to help out. Adam Sandler joins Triumph for the spirited hip-hop ballad "30 Seconds of Magic," Horatio Sanz appears as Stinky Faye and he and Triumph lament over the sad state of current comedy while reminding people that "You Have to Work Blue," Jack Black and Triumph drop some heavy metal thunder on "Bob Barker" and Sandler, Black, Sanz, Conan O'Brian, and Maya Rudolph all join together for the inspirational power ballad "Together in Pooping." Other hilarious songs include the racy ode to doggie jailbait "Underage Bichon," the duet with Blackwolf the Dragonmaster on "Blackwolf," rap track "I Keed" (which manages to insult most of the music industry), and the cat haters' anthem "Cats are C****." The prank calls aren't as funny as the musical gags; there aren't any real laugh-out-loud bits and they go on for too long. If you laugh at the idea of a dog puppet working extremely blue, then you came to the right place. Check your PC at the door and enjoy a record that is really good -- to poop on. The disc also comes with a DVD that has some of the songs featured on the CD as well as a few that weren't. It also has interviews with "celebs" (like Kurt Loder, Janeane Garofalo, Jared from the annoying Subway ads, and that loser from Arliss, Robert Wuhl), in which Triumph gives them the old rock 'em, sock 'em. This is the best release ever by a dog puppet, and that is really saying something. © Tim Sendra /TiVo

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