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Very Famous. Very Funny.

Michael Ian Black once again proves to the world he is indeed funny. Worth the ten bucks, and if you can see him live, go do it!

Visual humor...?

Don't get me wrong, there's some funny stuff in here for those who enjoy MIBs affable arrogant schtick. But for an iTunes audio album perhaps a bit too many sight gags.

Sight gags and the incovenience of audio entertainment

As is often the case with comedy albums many sight gags or visual humors are lost in translation. Most comedians will apologize or make a joke about this on the album but Black just dismisses it completely. In the small time it takes to listen to this album there must be over a dozen sight gags where you think to yourself, "Well I guess you just have to be there." However I don't think that even if this problems were gone that this would even be a good comedy album. Some jokes are repeated from his previous album (the jokes about his kids at halloween), and some are just Black making ridiculous noises into the microphone (banana sounds). I think I probably only laughed at the ambien racing track but the rest was disappointing. I do not recommend buying this album. I gave it two stars simply because of the ambien racing track.

Biography

Born: August 12, 1971 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

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

By combining off-the-wall humor with dry, deadpan wit, Michael Ian Black (born Michael Schwartz) rose through the ranks of comedy following his debut on MTV's The State. Black joined the MTV show during its inaugural year in 1993, having recently left New York University's Tisch School of the Arts before graduation (a decision he would later mock on the standup comedy album I Am a Wonderful Man). Mixing sketch comedy with clips of popular alternative music, the series ran from 1993 to 1995, at which...
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