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David Cross was the first comedian signed to alt-rock label Sub Pop Records and, given the punk-infused rage on It’s Not Funny, it’s clear why. Recorded in Washington, D.C., this set serves up a dizzying screed against mainstream media, the political establishment, rich people entitlement and essentially anyone else Cross views as lazy or anti-intellectual. In the aftermath of 9/11, as the nation recoiled in a tight knot of nationalism, paranoia and hopelessness, Cross takes a good, hard look at America and isn’t happy with what he sees.


Genre: Comedy

Comedian David Cross channeled his rage and frustration with the state of post-9/11 America into some of the most potent and profane standup of the Bush era. Born April 4, 1964, in Atlanta, Cross briefly attended Massachusetts' Emerson College before dropping out to launch his standup career. After relocating to Los Angeles he was tapped as a writer for the Fox network's fledgling sketch comedy series The Ben Stiller Show, making a handful of cameo appearances onscreen before the program was unceremoniously...
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