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by What I Like About Jew

Jewish Comedy Rock for Hipster Heebs
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Hot Jewish Chicks
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2. intro 1
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3. They Tried To Kill Us (We Survived, Let's Eat)
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4. Jews For Jesus
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5. intro 2
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6. A Little Off The Top
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7. Jews Jews Jews
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8. JDate
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9. Today I Am a Man
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10. I'm Better Looking (Than The Guy You're Going Out With)
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11. Taller Than Jesus
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12. intro 3 — Al Goldstein
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13. The Porno Made Me Do It
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14. intro 4
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15. Reuben The Hook-Nosed Reindeer
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16. Hanukah With Monica
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17. intro 5
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18. (It's Good To Be) A Jew At Christmas
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Album Notes
"What I Like About Jew" is the unorthodox duo of Sean Altman and Rob
Tannenbaum, whose songs and humor have members of the Media Elite calling them the "Bart Simpsons of the Yeshiva" (Time Out New York) and "the Simon & Garfunkel of ethnic gag songs" (Boston Globe). The pair scored a national radio hit with "Hanukah with Monica" (which Time Out deemed "hilarious") and subsequently allowed their unfettered artistic sensibilities to overrun topics like dating ("J-Date"), Bar Mitzvahs ("Today I Am A Man"), circumcision ("Just A Little Off The Top"), Jews for Jesus ("Jews For Jesus"), Kosher-keeping reindeer in Santa's stable ("Reuben The Hook-Nosed Reindeer"), and the story of Passover ("They Tried To Kill Us, We Survived, Let's Eat").

The duo was featured in Time Out's cover story "The New Super Jews," and
has been hailed in the New York Times, New Yorker, and Philadelphia Weekly,
which said, "Nothing compares to the bawdy borscht-belt comedy of Altman
and Tannenbaum, who take Catskills seltzer-bottle humor to a dirty new low,
with lyrics that make Lenny Bruce look like a choirboy." Their song "It's Good To Be A Jew At Christmas" was selected for the recently released compilation album "Now That Sounds Kosher!", alongside works from Mel Brooks, Allan Sherman, Tom Lehrer, and "Weird Al" Yankovic.

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