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Class Clown is not only George Carlin’s signature album—it’s also, probably, the funniest and most incisive one ever made about attending Catholic school in the classic catechism era. That’s the gist, anyway, of the three tracks that begin its second half: “I Used to Be Irish Catholic,” “The Confessional,” and the theologically logic-twisting “Special Dispensation: Heaven, Hell, Purgatory and Limbo.” Add the much-memorized “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television” and you have a comedy album that will never wear out.


Born: May 12, 1937 in New York, NY

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Famed for his landmark "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television" routine, George Carlin filled the void created by the death of Lenny Bruce, honing a provocative, scathing comic style that bravely explored the limits of free speech and good taste. George Dennis Carlin was born on May 12, 1937, in New York City. While serving a stint in the military, he was stationed in Shreveport, LA, where he began working as a disc jockey; after working with fellow radio personality Jack Burns on a Shreveport...
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