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Over & Over Again!!

There is not many comedy albums that can crack you up every single time you listen to it... This is one of them. I'm a big fan of Insomniac & didnt think he was as funny in the openings of the show. But in the big picture, when your not just getting snippits... he is hilarious!! Dont laugh too hard because you might miss his next joke, his style of delivery is perfect to get you going one way & take you another. I recommend this one & hopes that he comes out with another!!

Still a classic

I don't know why there are only 6 reviews on this album...recommend highly. Very Very Very funny.

The jokes come faster than most can even catch them

Dave Attell is one of the greatest preforming comedians in the way he delivers the jokes. The punchline isn't at the end of the joke, it hits you in the beginning, swings a few times throughout the whole bit and that lands solid at the end. Lines such as "Have you ever slept in a bunkbed? It's great training for jail, isn't it?" and more are hysterical. This CD is worth twice the price it's listed for, get it today! "My weiner and hand are a' fightin, quick get some tissues, a hot towel and a burrito!"

Biography

Genre: Programs & Performances

Years Active: '00s

East Coast native and award-winning comedian Dave Attell practices a raunchy, old-school brand of standup reminiscent of Richard Pryor and Sam Kinison. After graduating from NYU, the self-described "joke comic" quit his day job and began to pursue comedy. He landed a job writing and performing for Saturday Night Live and began appearing on shows like Everybody Loves Raymond and Late Night With Conan O'Brien. This success earned him a recurring guest spot on The Daily Show With John Stewart and a...
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