Cho Dependent

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Cho Dependent
Studio album by Margaret Cho
Released August 24, 2010 (2010-08-24)
Recorded 2009-2010
Genre Pop, Comedy, Rock
Length 50:54
Label Clownery Records
Producer Ben Lee, Grant-Lee Phillips, Howard Redekopp, Tegan and Sara, Brendan Benson, Andrew Bird, Jon Brion, Garrison Starr, Meghan Toohey, Ani DiFranco, Kurt Hall

Cho Dependent is the first studio album (sixth album, including her stand-up comedy releases) from American actress and comedian Margaret Cho. Released on August 24, 2010 as her debut album for Clownery Records, it earned a nomination for a 2011 Grammy award for Best Comedy Album.[1][2] Cho supported the album by releasing music videos for four songs: "Intervention", "I'm Sorry", "Eat Shit and Die", and "Lice".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Guest Musician Length
1. "Intervention" Margaret Cho, Tegan and Sara Tegan and Sara 4:42
2. "Calling In Stoned" Cho, Ben Lee Tommy Chong 2:53
3. "Your Dick" Cho, A.C. Newman Ben Lee 4:08
4. "Baby I'm with the Band" Brendan Benson, Cho Brendan Benson 3:35
5. "Hey Big Dog" Cho, Patty Griffin Fiona Apple 4:14
6. "I'm Sorry" Andrew Bird, Cho Andrew Bird 3:18
7. "Lice" Cho, Lee   2:38
8. "Enemies" Jon Brion, Cho Jon Brion 2:59
9. "Asian Adjacent" Cho, Grant-Lee Phillips   4:03
10. "Gimme Your Seed" Cho, Garrison Starr, Meghan Toohey Garrison Starr 3:44
11. "Eat Shit and Die" Cho, Phillips Grant-Lee Phillips 3:27
12. "Captain Cameltoe" Cho, Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 2:58
13. "My Puss" Cho, Kurt Hall, Armen Melik, Yeshe Perl, Simon Rex, Diana Yanez   3:26
14. "Lesbian Escalation" (hidden track)     5:10
15. "Mazel Tov" (bonus track)     4:36

Singles and videos[edit]

  • "I'm Sorry" (2010)
  • "Eat Shit and Die" (2010)
  • "Lice" (2010)
  • "Intervention" (2010)
  • "Captain Cameltoe" (2011)
  • "Hey Big Dog" (2011)

Non-album tracks[edit]

  • "I Cho Am a Woman" (2008)
  • "My Lil' Wayne" (2010)
  • "No Offense" (2010)


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[3]

The album debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top Comedy Albums chart for the week of September 11, 2010.[4]


  1. ^ "Nominees And Winners". Archived from the original on 2012-05-03. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  2. ^ Cho, Margaret. "Cho Dependent: Margaret Cho: Music". Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  3. ^ Allmusic review
  4. ^ "Comedy Albums". Retrieved 2012-02-09.