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Album Review

While comedian/musician Bo Burnham came to fame via YouTube, his talent is much deeper than that might infer. Besides his advanced skills at the piano, he can play with words like few others, and refreshingly, he never panders to his audience, presenting himself as highly self-satisfied young stallion but with an innocent, Charlie Brown-esque underbelly. Spend five minutes listening to his material and he’s undeniably talented, but that doesn’t keep his Steven Wright-meets-George Carlin-meets-Ben Folds-meets-Eminem act from being an acquired taste. You’ve got to have a high tolerance for clever when Burnham starts his act with the joke “My ex-girlfriend had a really weird fetish; she used to like to dress up as herself and then act like a bitch all the time” and then launches into song with the truer-than-true lyrics “My show is a little bit silly, and a little bit pretentious/Like Shakespeare’s Willy, or Noam Chomsky wearing a strap-on.” Think that’s overly showy, and you’ll just puke when you learn he was only 20 at the time of this recording, but if you happen to enjoy the way Burnham turns from erudite to ignorant on a dime, then Words Words Words is the gift that keeps on giving. Things move fast in this act, giving the home listeners a distinct advantage over the audience captured here, who often seem to be laughing five seconds after the fact as they unravel the wordplay. If you still can’t decide if this offensive brainiac is for you, try one of his Shakespearian Sonnets (“And now my belly is yellow/My pole gives cause to storms and earthy quakes/But tis not massive, I am no Othello”), evil haikus (“Even if he is your friend/Never ever call an Asian person”), or hip-hop boasts (“If you’re lucky, I might just bring you home/And I’ll having you going down, like a girl with an extra chromosome”). Hilarious, plus you get the thrill of feeling smug and horrible at the very same time.

Customer Reviews

Excellent 2nd Album

This is coming from a 23 year old registered nurse, and let me tell you, this kid has talent. When you find yourself having to listen to a song 40 times in order to get all of the punchlines, you know this material is not by accident. He has amazing word play, better than almost any hip hop artist out today. I seriously wouldnt be suprised if he transitions from this to hip hop. By far the most amazing song on the album is art is dead. Interesting, because it isn't even meant to be a funny song, albiet some wit is involved. I can't even describe how that song makes me fell. Just a tremendous effor by Bo and easily surpasses his first album. Love how he addresses criticism he has received and completely blows it out of the water. Love this guy.

It was super amazing!

I highly recommend it to anyone. Even babies.


Bo is back baby! Buy this album, you will not be disappointed!


Born: August 21, 1990

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '00s

His mom’s actually a nurse and his dad owns a construction company, but if Sarah Silverman and Ben Folds had a teenage son they’d probably sound a lot like comedian, singer, songwriter, and Internet celebrity Bo Burnham. Born and raised in the Boston area, Burnham was on the honor roll and only 16 when in 2006 he began posting his raunchy songs of love, teenage lust, and political incorrectness to YouTube just so a brother away at college could watch them. The makeshift tripod might have only been...
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Words Words Words (Deluxe Edition), Bo Burnham
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music
  • Released: Oct 18, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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