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On the Road, Vol. 2

Adam Carolla

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If you love a good, funny, insightful rant

I've listened to almost every one of Adam Carolla's daily podcasts; I find them consistently entertaining and funny, and I find very few things consistently entertaining or funny. He can explore/rant/complain/improv about virtually anything (including himself), but his favorite targets are deserving -- people who just refuse to think or open their eyes or admit when they're wrong. Honestly, I haven't enjoyed listening to someone this much since George Carlin. Seriously, download the man's podcast. Listen for a week. You'll be hooked.

For the price of a cup of coffee a day you can feed a starving child

I listen to the podcast every day with the exception of the week in review shows. I feel like dishing out $17 for two albums is the least I can do to keep the free content coming. Hopefully alot of other people feel the same way.

good collection of live show material

If you are a faithful follower of the Adam Carolla podcast then probably only about half of this will be new to you. The track with Greg Fitzsimmons and the one with Rob Riggle are both hilarious and original. Many of the rants will be familiar to long-time-listeners but still worth hearing. If you're new to the Ace Man then this would make a great intro to some classic topics. I enjoyed this album and found it to be a good value.


Nacido/a: Los Angeles, CA, 27 de mayo de 1964

Género: Comedia

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

A comedic performer who followed a most unlikely (and circuitous) route into show business, Adam Carolla pursued careers as a carpenter and boxing coach before entering the celebrity arena, first on radio, as the co-host of the call-in program Loveline opposite psychotherapist Dr. Drew Pinsky. The program netted such a massive fan base and viewership that it spawned not only an MTV spinoff in 1996, but its own website, a book, speaking tours, movie appearances by the co-hosts, and the like. Carolla...
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