Hip-hop is an easy vehicle for the lazy comedian, but Lonely Island get props for coming pretty serious with their beats and rhymes. They are originally from the Bay Area, so E-40 guests on a track and Sir Mix-A-Lot classic Posse On Broadway is slyly referenced for more JS-NYC props. Of course, Lazy Sunday is here, featuring Chris Parnell, who is seriously one of the top 10 best white rappers. I am not joking in the least. Incredibad has all the great material you've seen on SNL, including Dick In A Box and Ras Trent. There's also a companion DVD with a good number of the SNL shorts. It's worth pointing out that Iran So Far is not here, owing to clearance issues. This should sell like fucking hot cakes. Their only mistake is not releasing it in time for the Holidays.
Ok, not only. There are some crappy parts, like Punch You In The Jeans and the title track, which really wouldn't bear mentioning at all, save for the fact that they rhyme about gang-banging an alien, but the tracks rarely reach the three minute mark, so even the most irritating jokes pass quickly enough not to be too trying. If you're a fan, it seems worth picking up, especially as you get the uncensored versions of the SNL aired songs and a lot of them are pretty classic. You can get Incredibad here, if you are of a mind. Keep track of what's going on with the Lonely Island here.