Discover that Starbucks has disassembled the universe into strip malls where overpriced mocha creams need to be available in multiple locations placed directly across the street from each other.
Enjoy his re-visionary perspective on George Bush's tax refund, absorb his apoplectic version of THE END OF THE UNIVERSE.
LEWIS BLACK's twisted, dark, and politicized comedy has made him the caustic voice of dissent for the new Millennium. Known to many as 'America's foremost commentator on everything,' his satirical commentary on the perils of everyday life has been seen every Wednesday night for the last 6 years on COMEDY CENTRAL's THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART. Black's fame as hard-edged raconteur has earned him critical accolades and wide popularity.
He's also appeared as a regular on NBC's The Conan O'Brien Show, on episodes of Homicide: Life On The Street, Murphy Brown and Mad About You.
Black is a graduate of Yale Drama School & has written more than 40 plays, which have been produced around the world. To date, his albums have been available only online.
This raucous collection of Lewis' over the top performance THE END OF THE UNIVERSE is filled to the rim with biting, satirical social commentary and singular observations, the album documents some of his best work to date.
2. After September 11
3. Environmental Terrorism Or Global Warming?
4. Coke and Pepsi and The Super Bowl of 2001
5. Halftime at the Super Bowl 2001
6. The End of the Universe
7. Tax Rebates and Common Sense
8. Airport Security
9. TV News and Jerry Falwell
10. What I've Learned