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  1. Kagakinos Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Great White Stanhope - Doug Stanhope on AllMusic - - Stanhope's an angry guy Aspen. Doug Stanhope. Doug Stanhope. Amazon: The Perfect Girl. Doug Stanhope. Doug Stanhope.
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    Die Laughing is the fourth stand-up comedy album by Doug Stanhope, released in by Stand Up! Records. Track listing "Stillborn Liver"- "DUI/MADD"- "Drugs Are for Kids"- "Second Hand Bullshit"- "Hair in My Food"- "Get Off the Field, You Suck!"- Missing: Aspen.
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    Doug Stanhope (born March 25, ) is an American stand-up comedian. Stanhope's career began in in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was the host of Comedy Central's The Man Show for its two final seasons and has appeared on ABC's The View. He has also produced and starred in "Invasion of the Hidden Cameras" (a project for the Fox Broadcasting network).
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    Feb 28,  · Doug Stanhope ´Something to take the edge off Something to Take the Edge Off is the third comedy album by Doug Stanhope, released in .
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    The Great White Stanhope was my first CD done through UproarRecords and was, if nothing else, a good learning experience in notletting other people have all the say. I was not involved in any part of the production of this CD beyond telling the jokes to sparse crowds in Reno/5(8).
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    Selected by both Variety and the Hollywood Reporter as one of the Top Ten Comics To Watch, Doug has released four CDs and three DVDs including "No Refunds" on Showtime in Included In This Torrent: The Great White Stanhope (Disowned) [] {CD} Sicko [] {CD} Something To Take The Edge Off [] {CD} ACID (Bootleg) [] {CD}.
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    The Great White Stanhope, an Album by Doug Stanhope. Released 19 October on Uproar (catalog no. UP; CD). Genres: Stand-up Comedy. Featured peformers: Doug Stanhope (writer, performer), David Drozen (producer).
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    The Man Show was a huge letdown, but it was a great learning experience, and it was worth the shame and humiliation to learn how TV works and why I don't want to be part of it." Stanhope is considerably more satisfied with his memorable performance as a suicidal comic in a episode of old friend Louis C.K.'s series Louie.