Stan Hitchcock - Honey, I'm Home mp3 album
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Heil Honey I'm Home! is a British sitcom, written by Geoff Atkinson and produced in 1990, which was cancelled after one episode. It centres on fictionalised versions of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, who live next door to a Jewish couple, Arny and Rosa Goldenstein. The show spoofs elements of mid-20th century American sitcoms and is driven by Hitler's inability to get along with his neighbours. It caused controversy when broadcast and has been called "perhaps the world's most tasteless situation comedy".
Hi Honey, I'm Home! is an American television sitcom that ran from July 19, 1991, to July 12, 1992 for 13 episodes. Each week, a new episode of the series aired on ABC as part of its Friday night TGIF lineup. The same episode would re-air Sunday night on Nickelodeon as part of the channel's Nick at Nite lineup. ABC stopped airing the series after the sixth episode of the first season. The show's second and final season only aired on Nick at Nite before being canceled in July 1992.
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It could be the singer's tenth album as easily as it is his fourth, with his voice (particularly the falsetto) in fine condition, not really needing the traces of Auto-Tune flutter that occasionally bubble to the fore. It's not atypical for a Hidden Beach release either, grounded in subtle and relaxed productions, and Al B. tends to stick to mature "grown folks R&B" lyrical themes, aside from the occasional diversion into the kind of crassness best left to Pretty Ricky wannabes. "I love playing in your box when it's late at night" is not quite the worst.
The first, "Home, Honey, I'm High!" featured rough pencil drawings of a family uncannily like the Nielsens who smoke marijuana at the end of a long day. The follow-up, "Home, Honey, I'm Higher! What You Should Know About Drugs," features more polished animation and plays like an educational film depicting the family members gleefully indulging in a variety of illegal substances. Elaine Duff: Nice house you got here. Lloyd Neilson: Yeah, we couldn't decide on a house or a condom.
Honey' I'm home Honey' I'm home Honey' I'm home Honey' I'm home Honey' I'm home Tonight two hearts will be as one Honey' I'm home And the spirit of love will come to town Honey' I'm home Tonight the dreams will be real Honey' I'm home And we'll get a new thrill. Honey, I’m Home" Track Info. Written By Paul Kremleff. Release Date January 12, 2015. Lounge For Intellectuals Paul Kremleff.
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|5-10525||Stan Hitchcock||Honey, I'm Home (7", Promo)||Epic||5-10525||US||1969|