Stan and Judy's Kid

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Stan and Judy's Kid
Stan and Judy's Kid album cover.jpg
Studio album by Adam Sandler
Released September 21, 1999
Genre Comedy
Length 75:20
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Brooks Arthur, Adam Sandler, L. Mo Weber
Adam Sandler chronology
What's Your Name?
(1997)
Stan and Judy's Kid
(1999)
Shhh...Don't Tell
(2004)

Stan and Judy's Kid is the fourth studio album by Adam Sandler. It was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Spoken Comedy Album. By selling 80,889 units in its opening week, it set the record for the highest first week of sales of a comedy recording. The sales numbers were achieved without the promotional push of a radio single or video. It has been certified gold, having sold over 500,000 copies.[citation needed]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Hot Water Burn Baby" 4:28
2. "Cool Guy 1" 0:58
3. "7 Foot Man" 3:45
4. "The Peeper" 6:00
5. "Cool Guy 2" 1:37
6. "Dee Wee (My Friend the Massive Idiot)" 2:58
7. "Whitey" 16:17
8. "Cool Guy 3" 1:23
9. "She Comes Home to Me" 4:01
10. "The Champion" 7:57
11. "Cool Guy 4" 1:15
12. "The Chanukah Song, Part II" 4:02
13. "Inner Voice" 4:30
14. "Cool Guy 5" 1:37
15. "Welcome My Son" 2:12
16. "The Psychotic Legend of Uncle Donnie" 11:18
17. "Reprise" 1:00

Tracks in bold are songs.

"The Peeper" was made into a flash cartoon, which is readily available on the Internet. "Whitey" had a spin-off film in 2002 called Eight Crazy Nights. "The Psychotic Legend of Uncle Donnie" also had a spin-off film in 2012 called That's My Boy.

Personnel[edit]

  • Adam Sandler - main performer, vocals, guitar, producer
  • Allen Covert - performer, backing vocals, producer
  • Earl Martin - performer, digital editing
  • DJ Nu-Mark - DJ Scratches
  • Rob Schneider - performer
  • Peter Dante- performer
  • George Wallace - performer
  • Blake Clark - performer
  • Maxi Anderson - backing vocals
  • Alex Brown - backing vocals
  • Natalie Jackson - backing vocals
  • Teddy Castellucci - guitar
  • Gary Foster - guitar
  • Jim Fox - guitar
  • Chuck Berghofer - bass
  • Mike Lang - piano
  • Aaron Zigman - synthesizer
  • Gene Cipriano - saxophone
  • Dan Higgins - saxophone
  • Nino Tempo - saxophone
  • Bill Elton - trombone
  • Ken Kugler - trombone
  • Chauncey Welsch - trombone
  • Rick Baptist - trumpet
  • Wayne Bergeron - trumpet
  • George Graham - trumpet
  • Warren Luening - trumpet
  • Greg Field - drums
  • Don Heffington - drums
  • Ray Ellis - arranger, conductor
  • Brooks Arthur - producer, photography
  • L. Mo Weber - producer, mixing
  • Jolie Levine-Aller - production coordination
  • Brian Dixon - assistant engineer
  • Wil Donovan - assistant engineer
  • John Hendrickson - assistant engineer
  • Tulio Torrinello, Jr. - assistant engineer
  • Stephen Marcussen - mastering
  • Gabe Veltri - mixing, recording
  • Rich Breen - digital editing
  • Ted Lobinger - digital editing
  • Stewart Whitmore - digital editing
  • Chris McCann - photography

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1999) Peak
position
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[1] 20
US Billboard 200[2] 16

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[3] Gold 500,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Adam Sandler – Chart history" Billboard Canadian Albums Chart for Adam Sandler. Retrieved May 21, 2015.
  2. ^ "Adam Sandler – Chart history" Billboard 200 for Adam Sandler. Retrieved May 21, 2015.
  3. ^ "American album certifications – Adam Sandler – Stan and Judy's Kid". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH