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I love Lewis black but this is almost all old material. If you wanted to know Lew when he told the same jokes that he's told for the past decade, but BEFORE he had better comedic timing, then get this. This sounds like Denis Leary recording a routine in a shower stall, not Lewis Black on stage recording a comedy CD.

Super disappointed

Lewis Black has never disappointed me before, but he would have been better off giving this away free on his site. Barely any 'new' material that hasn't already been heard on previous albums - if he wanted to highlight his previous career he should have left well enough alone. Not sure if this was meant to be a filler instead of releasing a new album of material this season or if this is a stop-gap due to not having any new material. Save your money and don't buy this album. Patton Oswalt released a new album this week - go buy that - it's killer. Or, if you haven't bought a Lewis album, go buy Luther Burbank, he is awesome on that one. Sorry, Lew, hope you do better on the next one.

Not Good….all material from previous stuff.

If you have his previous albums, you just don't need this record. All the jokes are from his various cds, and the quality of the recording is so crappy. I don't recommend it.


Born: August 30, 1948 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Satirist and standup comic Lewis Black rose to prominence in the late '90s with regular appearances as a commentator on the Comedy Central cable network's The Daily Show. Obsessed with human stupidity, Black became one of the show's most distinctive contributors with his weekly Back in Black segment; his delivery was so full of frothing, barely articulate bile and rage that it could sometimes obscure the sharpness of his social and political observations. Black graduated from the Yale Drama School...
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