Enter Sandman: The Oral History of Adam Sandler's 'They're All Gonna Laugh at You!'
Despite the overwhelming popularity, it's hard to say that Sandler's album has been influential (though surrealist pottymouths Tom Green or Tim & Eric come to mind), but 20 years on, the LP is still the clearest representation of what Adam Sandler finds funny when left to his own unhinged devices.
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