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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
Funnyman Lewis Black works through a series of hilarious skits that apply a sarcastic, sometimes angry look at just how crazy American culture really is. Topics include Bill Clinton's oral sex shenanigans, how idiotic the Heaven's Gate cult was, and his experiences auditioning as himself for a television pilot. Rather than simply reveling in vulgarity, Black makes his humor highly palatable with his constant emphasis on national affairs. His points are relevant and full of irony.
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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
Funnyman Lewis Black works through a series of hilarious skits that apply a sarcastic, sometimes angry look at just how crazy American culture really is. Topics include Bill Clinton's oral sex shenanigans, how idiotic the Heaven's Gate cult was, and his experiences auditioning as himself for a television pilot. Rather than simply reveling in vulgarity, Black makes his humor highly palatable with his constant emphasis on national affairs. His points are relevant and full of irony.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/26/2003
  • Label: Stand Up Records
  • UPC: 609461003126
  • Catalog Number: 1

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Lewis Black Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Lewis Black Producer
John Machnik Producer, Engineer, Mastering
Dan Schlissel Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best of the Best

    Without a doubt, Lewis Black is an extraordinary talent whose combination of attitude, observation, verbal skill, and perfect timing combine to produce humor unlike any other comic - past or present. I love all his work and have re-listened to his 3 CD's over and over again - each time finding new humor previously missed. What eludes me, however, is the comparison of David Cross to Lewis - elusive because Cross is pretty much a zero by comparison. Where Lewis provides a sharp, practiced, and artistically controlled delivery, Cross is a rambler who talks too much, delivers his lines randomly without skill, and, frankly, to this listener, say nothing funny. Cross cannot be compared to Black - Black is incredibly and intelligently funny, Cross is--in a word--boring. Long Live Lewis!

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