What the Hell Happened to Me? is the second studio album by Adam Sandler. It contains the official recording of "The Chanukah Song" (recorded live at UCSB), which has become a holiday staple and one of the best-known works by Sandler. The song hit #80 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #25 on the US Modern Rock charts. The album spent 57 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart and peaked at #18. The album also has been certified double-platinum, and as of 2011, has sold over 2,124,000 copies in the US. That makes it the best-selling comedy album since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking sales in 1991. The "Excited Southerner" skits on the album are early versions of what would end up being his character 'Bobby Boucher' in 1998's The Waterboy.
Sandler went on a 21-day US tour to support the album, complete with a live backing band. The live performance from June 29, 1996 was aired as an hour long special on HBO.