National Lampoon: White Album
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Wouldn't be my first choice...
There are better sources of National Lampoon material I'd get first. I'd start with Gold Turkey and/or Greatest Hits of the National Lampoon (warning, there are duplicates between the two). White Album comes long after the Radio Hour was gone, long after the brighter lights went on to SNL. No offense to folks like Roger Bumpass or Alice Playten; it's just this era of NatLamp isn't as strong. Best cut on the album, in fact, is "Gay Alliance" which comes from the Raido Hour-era and features Belushi, Chase & Guest. Christopher Street also has moments and there's a bit of bite to "What Were You Expecting..." But if this were to be the first NatLamp album you ever heard, you'd probably never explore the other stuff, which would be a shame, as there are some true gems to be found. Just not so much from this release. Too much "we're so shocking" without the wit to make it truly timeless.