Greatest Comedy Hits

Greatest Comedy Hits is the first compilation album by American comedian Eddie Murphy. The album was released on May 27, 1997 for Columbia Records, produced by Murphy himself. Greatest Comedy Hits featured his greatest stand-up comedy sketches as well as recordings from his films, Coming to America, The Nutty Professor and Eddie Murphy Raw.

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