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Last Comedy Album You Listened To

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  1. Abraxas

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    Firesign Theatre - Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers

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    This is pretty much the only one I've ever listened to. I'm not sure people outside the UK would get this. (Please don't listen if you are offended by bad language).

    Derek and Clive Live - Peter Cook and Dudley Moore
     
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    Years ago but it was most likely Andrew "Dice" Clay-Dice Rules
     
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    I think the only comedy record I've ever listened to (if it counts) is Monty Python's Previous Record. I do love it though - Eric the Half-a-Bee, Miss Anne Elk, the Money Programme, the Argument Clinic just a name a few. I'm smiling just thinking about these sketches. :grinthumb

    I did actually consider loading it onto my iTunes library, but thought better of it. It would seem weird to me if the Monty Python sketches came on while shuffling songs, and they would be taking up valuable storage space on my iPod when I wouldn't normally listen to them with my music. I have considered maybe putting it into a separate library so I can listen to it on my computer if I choose to.
     
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    Yesterday I listened to "Louder Than Hell", Sam Kinison's first album. Unfortunately Sam got sidelined by drugs and the whole "I'm a rock star" trip later on, but his first album is still one of the funniest things I've ever heard.
     
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    ^^^ Love that album! There was nothing like him at that time.

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    Really enjoying the Firesign Theatre material.
     
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