Back in Town ()


George Carlin fluctuates between two polar extremes of intellect on Back in Town. The album is mostly plagued by this single problem, which prevents it from reaching the heights it might have otherwise. Carlin's material is consistent, in that it all takes the form of societal criticism, but whereas his caustic gaze can sometimes intelligently deconstruct an issue as complicated as abortion, elsewhere his routine devolves into mere profane insults and gross-out humor. The aforementioned abortion bit joins a discussion of ...

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  1. Abortion
  2. Sanctity of Life
  3. Capital Punishment
  4. State Prison Farms
  5. Farting in Public
  6. Familiar Expressions
  7. Free-Floating Hostility
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Back in Town
1996, Atlantic

UPC: 075679272829


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