Something to Take the Edge Off (2000). Sicko is the second stand-up comedy album by Doug Stanhope. It was released in 1999 by Stand Up! Records and recorded live at The Laff Stop comedy club in Houston, Texas. Intended as a replacement to his debut album, The Great White Stanhope, Sicko contains much of the same material as his freshman effort, including the infamous "Banana Lady" and "Transvestite Hooker" stories. No Holes Barred" - 2:36.
2016 live album by Doug Stanhope. Live album by. Doug Stanhope. November 18, 2016 (2016-11-18). No Place Like Home is the tenth stand-up comedy album by American comedian Doug Stanhope. It was recorded live in Bisbee, Arizona and released on November 18, 2016 via Comedy Dynamics. The album peaked at on the US Billboard Comedy Albums chart. Something to Take the Edge Off (2000). Deadbeat Hero' (2004).
Doug Stanhope chronology.
Douglas Gene "Doug" Stanhope (born March 25, 1967) is an American stand-up comedian, actor and author known for his cynical, controversial comedy style and libertarian political views. Stanhope has made numerous appearances at several major comedy festivals, including the Montreal Just For Laughs, US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado, the Chicago Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where he won the Strathmore Press Award in 2002 . Die Laughing released: 2002. Something to Take the Edge Off released: 2000. Sicko released: 1999. The Great White Stanhope released: 1998.
Doug Stanhope's second album for -ismist Recordings, Something to Take the Edge Off, is yet another live recording from one of the standup comedian's raucous club performances (Laff Stop in Houston, TX, May 21, 2000). The fact that acoustic guitarist Henry Phillips strums subtle music in the background does set it apart from the traditional comedy album, but, ultimately, it adds little to Sanhope's humor. Similar to his previous Sicko album, his humor is intensely vulgar and perverse, featuring plenty of exploitative sex jokes catering to a male point of view
Doug Stanhope chronology. Sicko (1999)Sicko1999. Die Laughing (2002)Die Laughing2002. Something to Take the Edge Off is the third comedy album by Doug Stanhope, released in 2000 by Stand Up! Records and recorded live at The Laff Stop comedy club in Houston, Texas. The album features a musical accompaniment by Henry Phillips on acoustic guitar.