Here's Your Sign: Reloaded

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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
"Here's your sign" has been Bill Engvall's signature bit since his hit debut in 1996. He's retooled it again for Here's Your Sign Reloaded. The Matrix riff is neither here nor there; it's just a wacky way to sell the record. Inside, you'll find Engvall running through his normal set of mildly amusing regular-guy humor. It's the sort of thing many people find funny not because it actually is, but because each observation fits seamlessly into the collective everyday world of middle-class American life. "I've Been Married for Twenty Years" and "Getting Old Sucks" are self-explanatory, while "Jolly Roger Party Boat" relates the events of a family theme cruise gone absurdly ...
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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
"Here's your sign" has been Bill Engvall's signature bit since his hit debut in 1996. He's retooled it again for Here's Your Sign Reloaded. The Matrix riff is neither here nor there; it's just a wacky way to sell the record. Inside, you'll find Engvall running through his normal set of mildly amusing regular-guy humor. It's the sort of thing many people find funny not because it actually is, but because each observation fits seamlessly into the collective everyday world of middle-class American life. "I've Been Married for Twenty Years" and "Getting Old Sucks" are self-explanatory, while "Jolly Roger Party Boat" relates the events of a family theme cruise gone absurdly awry. Before too long it's time for the other shoe to finally drop. It's been hanging over Reloaded since track one, the audience straining on every laugh, waiting for the comic to drift into his most famous joke. "One of my pet peeves is I just hate stupid people," he says. "I think they should have to wear signs." Naturally, the crowd goes wild. Engvall then launches into a string of instances about peoples' tendency to state the obvious -- it's sort of a Darwin Awards for everyday stupidity. There's the lost luggage attendant who asks Engvall, "Has you plane landed yet?"; the passerby stopping to ask whether his new car -- complete with price tags -- is new; and a few more digs at the comedian's eventful family life. Each setup ends with a drawl of the "Here's your sign" punchline. Each time, it's met with raucous, out of control laughter. The second half of Reloaded kicks the other side of the horse, and puts "Here's your sign" to music. "Here's Your Sign Don't' Mess With Us" -- a duet with Neal McCoy -- moves into jingoistic territory, handing out "signs" to the Dixie Chicks for slights against President Bush and Texas and a host of international evildoers. McCoy and Engvall get a big kick out of Jacques Chirac's name -- "A 'jock' is what an athlete wears, you moron." The album is rounded out by "Here's Your Sign Christmas," previously released on his 1999 yuletide album. Longtime Engvall fans should get a kick out of Here's Your Sign Reloaded, since it's no different than any of the comic's past releases.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/11/2003
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 093624853428
  • Catalog Number: 48534

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bill Engvall Primary Artist, Vocals
Butch Baker Vocals
Neal McCoy Vocals
Kurt Howell Background Vocals
Bruce Bouton Dobro, Steel Guitar
Mike Brignardello Bass
Dave Cleveland Acoustic Guitar
David Lyndon Huff Drums
Louis Rodriguez Acoustic Guitar, Background Vocals
Aubrey Haynie Fiddle
Lisa Cochran Vocals
Steve Segler Keyboards, Background Vocals
Dave Allen Background Vocals
Norman Sida Background Vocals
Joey Shamp Background Vocals
Ryan Pierce Fiddle, Background Vocals
Lorne O'Neil Bass, Background Vocals
Scott Dixon Electric Guitar, Background Vocals
Shane McDaniel Steel Guitar, Background Vocals
Lynn Massey Drums, Background Vocals
Les Martines Background Vocals
Jeff King Banjo, Electric Guitar
Technical Credits
Neal McCoy Producer
Kurt Howell Composer, Producer
Donivan Cowart Engineer
Doug Grau Composer, Producer
David Lyndon Huff Composer, Producer
Bob Campbell-Smith Engineer
Bill Engvall Composer
Paige Levy Producer
Glenn Spinner Engineer
J.P. Williams Producer, Management
Ryan Pierce Composer
Shane McDaniel Composer
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