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Music and lyrics written by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. Principal cast includes: Jennifer Barnhart, Natalie Venetia Belcon, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Jordon Gelber, Ann Harada, Rick Lyon, John Tartaglia. Recorded at Right Track Studio, New York, New York on August 10, 2003. In the late 1990s, the television show SOUTH PARK sparked a trend of using figures associated with children's entertainment, such as puppets and animated characters, in the service of adult comedy. Depending on your viewpoint, this either generates marvelously clever social critique or cheap, tasteless jokes. Adding to the controversy is AVENUE Q, the smash Broadway hit that reads like a thinly veiled SESAME STREET parody, in which a charming puppet world is subverted by smart, bawdy humor about sexuality, pornography, and racism. In this production, for example, puppet roommates Rod and Nicky seem to have a particularly close relationship (explored in "If You Were Gay") and other characters wonder "What Do You Do with a B.A. in English?" ...
Song List: Disc 1
1. Avenue Q Theme
2. What Do You Do With A B.A. In English? / It Sucks To Be Me
3. If You Were Gay
4. Purpose
5. Everyone's a Little Bit Racist
6. Internet Is For Porn
7. Mix Tape
8. I'm Not Wearing Underwear Today
9. Special
10. You Can Be as Loud as the Hell You Want (When You're Makin' Love)
11. Fantasies Come True
12. My Girlfriend, Who Lives in Canada
13. There's a Fine, Fine Line
14. There Is Life Outside Your Apartment
15. More You Ruv Someone
16. Schadenfreude
17. I Wish I Could Go Back to College
18. Money Song
19. School For Monsters: / The Money Song (Reprise)
20. There's A Fine, Fine Line / What Do You Do With A B.A. In English? (reprise, reprise)
21. For Now
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Label:  RCA Victor Records (USA)
ArtistGypsy: Original Broadway Cast
Release Date:  October 07, 2003
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review by . December 22, 2006
posted in Music Matters
Pros: Great musical, witty lyrics, wonderful performances, catchy songs...     Cons: ...a lot of profanity and some racy songs (Read Review)     The Bottom Line: Avenue Q is a great musical. Now I'm wondering if they can find a way to make it translate to the Silver Screen.     Note: This review reveals minor details of the musical's plot.      Who'd have thought that a musical about puppets would make it onto Broadway …
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