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I've been waiting for all 4 tracks to be available as one Album since they were recorded, these are the all time funniest commentaries I've ever heard and one of the best deals when it comes to 3rd party commentaries, Road House won an Award for funniest commentary and that movie has almost been RIFFED to death but Adam and Dave Dameshek knocked it out of the park. For a more in depth review of Road House go find the single album also available in the itunes store. Kevin Hench is on the KK3 track and mocks it better than experts in the franchise would even be able to keep up with and Frank Stallone joins Adam for his brother Sly's movie the Specialist.

Good one, Aceman

Glad these are finally available for download. Adam has the best podcast around and is one of the funniest guys out there. My only problem with this is, The Specialist downloaded with no problem but will not play. Typical of Apple, there's no easy way to report this or get the problem fixed. Oh well, that doesn't effect my rating of the content here. Good job Ace!

Thank you Ace and Gio

This is a must for people who love comedy.

For lovers of Adam Carolla, this is some of his funniest work, and it is the best way to watch these films

And, yes, I said films.

I hope the put out many more of these.

I have the original cd, signed version #1.

I wouldn't sell it for a million dollars.


T. J. Flanagan


Born: May 27, 1964 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A comedic performer who followed a most unlikely (and circuitous) route into show business, Adam Carolla pursued careers as a carpenter and boxing coach before entering the celebrity arena, first on radio, as the co-host of the call-in program Loveline opposite psychotherapist Dr. Drew Pinsky. The program netted such a massive fan base and viewership that it spawned not only an MTV spinoff in 1996, but its own website, a book, speaking tours, movie appearances by the co-hosts, and the like. Carolla...
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