Rules Of Enragement LP

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In a world where there is no word sufficient to describe the greed and avarice of the heads of our corporations and no dousing of water is large enough to halt the lustful frolics of government and business, only the truly insane can even begin to sound reasonable.

Enter Lewis Black.

Rules Of Enragement LP

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Armed with his trademark acerbic wit, Black holds nothing back, his ranting quickly finding a rhythm on “Rules of Enragement” and letting up only after American society's collective paunch has been adequately poked and the vinyl's come to rest. Good thing there's a B-side, though, because if there's one thing Lewis Black will teach you, it's that America's paunch has never been adequately poked. It cannot be adequately poked it's simply too bloated. Exorcising the demons so you don't have to, RULES OF ENRAGEMENT finds Black sharpening his topical talons on everything from Adelphia to Iraq, the small pox vaccine to the only umbrella stand that could possibly be worth six grand (hint: it makes creative use of Martha Stewart's mythical nether regions). The overwhelming takeaway, though, is that nothing Lewis Black could possibly dream up could be more frightening, ridiculous, or laughably f*cked up as the state of the world, just as it is. Track listings: 1. Minnesota Winters 2. The Settling Of Minnesota 3. The Coldest Winter Ever! 4. International Travel 5. Ireland & Health 6. Health Clubs 7. Small Pox 8. Greed 9. Who's Fucking Who 10. Homeland Security 11. Bringing Democracy To Iraq 12. The War In Iraq 13. A Sense Of Humor

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Author Lewis Black
Publisher Stand Up! Records
Page Count n/a
Publication Size 12 x 12
Publication Notes Blue Vinyl, limited edition
Publication Date 2003
ISBN 000-0000000000

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