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Doug Stanhope - The Great White Stanhope (CD)

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  1. Early life. Stanhope was born on March 25, in Worcester, Massachusetts to a middle class family. His father Russ was head of science at Stanhope's school, and died in His mother Bonnie (née Kirk) was a waitress. A recovering alcoholic, she divorced her husband when Stanhope was ten years old, quit drinking and moved to Florida. In , he convinced her to live near him in West.
  2. In , he was selling his ACID Bootleg album at shows; a year later he released his official debut, Great White Stanhope, on the Uproarlabel. The appropriately titled Sicko followed in with a picture of a "marital aid" on the cover, then Something to Take .
  3. Great White Stanhope by Doug Stanhope () Doug Stanhope. out of 5 stars 8. Audio CD. $ From Across the Street by Doug Stanhope () I've heard this album several times, but I was going through my saved albums on my phone and noticed this was the only cd I didn't have a digital copy of. So I had no problem paying /5(24).
  4. Doug Stanhope taped a Comedy Central Presents special in He often describes the process for the special as frustrating because of the censors and lawyers. A bit of his on suicide had to be cut, because of fears of a lawsuit if a viewer actually followed through afterwards.
  5. Jan 05,  · Doug Stanhope comments on art and being referred to as an artist. From the album The Great White Stanhope.
  6. Intended as a replacement to his debut album, The Great White Stanhope, Sicko contains much of the same material as his freshman effort, including the infamous "Banana Lady" and "Transvestite Hooker" dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.xyzinfo: Doug Stanhope.
  7. Feb 28,  · Intended as a replacement to his debut album, The Great White Stanhope, Sicko contains much of the same material as his freshman effort, including the infamous "Banana Lady" and "Transvestite.
  8. Born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts, Stanhope originally moved to L.A. for his big break, but his career didn't take off until he gave up on California and moved to Las Vegas in In , he was selling his ACID Bootleg album at shows; a year later he released his official debut, Great White Stanhope, on the Uproar label.

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