Other

david cross shut up you fucking baby its not funny

  • Download 5x Faster
  • Download torrent
  • Direct Download
  • Rate this torrent +  |  -
david cross shut up you fucking baby its not funny

Free and Direct Download with Usenet 300GB+ free


Torrent info

Name:david cross shut up you fucking baby its not funny

Total Size: 278.59 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

Seeds: 29

Leechers: 9

Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 0000-00-00 00:00:00 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-23 09:37:38




Torrent Files List


pancakesanddreams.nfo (Size: 278.59 MB) (Files: 39)

 pancakesanddreams.nfo

10.11 KB

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

0.05 KB

 david_cross-shut_up_you_fucking_baby-2cd-2002-cof

  208-david_cross-goodnight_assholes-cof.mp3

7.37 MB

  207-david_cross-if_baseballs_had_aids_on_them-cof.mp3

31.55 MB

  206-david_cross-diarrhea_moustache-cof.mp3

20.38 MB

  205-david_cross-my_daughters_first_date-cof.mp3

6.99 MB

  204-david_cross-socks_and_shoes-cof.mp3

5.19 MB

  203-david_cross-abortion_doctor_from_hell-cof.mp3

9.95 MB

  202-david_cross-flying_on_a_mexican_plane-cof.mp3

12.49 MB

  201-david_cross-my_wifes_crazy-cof.mp3

4.96 MB

  200-david_cross-shut_up_you_fucking_baby-cd2-2002-cof.m3u

0.37 KB

  109-david_cross-fake_tits-real_beer-cof.mp3

8.82 MB

  108-david_cross-monica_lewinsky_and_the_three_bears-cof.mp3

6.57 MB

  107-david_cross-shaving_the_popes_pussy-cof.mp3

5.45 MB

  106-david_cross-spiderman_vs._batman_vs._wonder_woman_on_the_rag-cof.mp3

6.57 MB

  105-david_cross-sex_on_the_internet-cof.mp3

11.44 MB

  104-david_cross-phone_call_from_a_cranky_terrorist-cof.mp3

7.66 MB

  103-david_cross-you_go_girl-cof.mp3

3.24 MB

  102-david_cross-austin_powers_saying_yeah_baby-cof.mp3

14.74 MB

  101-david_cross-lunch_with_frankenstein-cof.mp3

2.27 MB

  100-david_cross-shut_up_you_fucking_baby-cd1-2002-cof.m3u

0.46 KB

  000-david_cross-shut_up_you_fucking_baby-2cd-2002-cof.sfv

5.61 KB

  000-david_cross-shut_up_you_fucking_baby-2cd-2002-cof.nfo

13.28 KB

  000-david_cross-shut_up_you_fucking_baby-2cd-2002-cof.m3u

0.83 KB

 david_cross-its_not_funny-2004-cof

  12-david_cross-when_all_is_said_and_done_i_am_lonely_and_miserable-cof.mp3

17.87 MB

  11-david_cross-weathermen_have_become_for_the_most_part_obsolete-cof.mp3

4.37 MB

  10-david_cross-even_though_i_am_in_the_closet_that_wont_prevent_me-cof.mp3

3.95 MB

  09-david_cross-pandering_to_the_locals-cof.mp3

11.18 MB

  08-david_cross-when_it_comes_to_jews_behavior_one_might_perceive_as_obnoxious-cof.mp3

9.12 MB

  07-david_cross-my_immigrant_mom_talks_funny-cof.mp3

21.41 MB

  06-david_cross-my_child_is_enthralling_especially_when_it_says_something-cof.mp3

13.62 MB

  05-david_cross-although_indigent_rural_families_have_little_to_say_in_the_matter-cof.mp3

4.37 MB

  04-david_cross-a_rapid_series_of_comical_noises-cof.mp3

6.26 MB

  03-david_cross-ive_taken_a_popular_contemporary_pop_song_and-cof.mp3

5.06 MB

  02-david_cross-women_please_rinse_off_your_vagina_and_anus-cof.mp3

7.94 MB

  01-david_cross-certain_leaders_in_government-cof.mp3

7.75 MB

  00-david_cross-its_not_funny-2004-cof.sfv

5.32 KB

  00-david_cross-its_not_funny-2004-cof.nfo

11.80 KB

  00-david_cross-its_not_funny-2004-cof.m3u

0.92 KB
 

Announce URL: http://inferno.demonoid.com:3390/announce

Torrent description

Music : Comedy : MP3/Variable
amg:
Biography by Jason Ankeny

Comedian David Cross channeled his rage and frustration with the state of post-9/11 America into some of the most potent and profane standup of the Bush era. Born April 4, 1964, in Atlanta, Cross briefly attended Massachusetts' Emerson College before dropping out to launch his standup career. After relocating to Los Angeles he was tapped as a writer for the Fox network's fledgling sketch comedy series The Ben Stiller Show, making a handful of cameo appearances onscreen before the program was unceremoniously canceled in 1993. Cross and Ben Stiller Show co-star Bob Odenkirk resurfaced on HBO in 1995 with their own sketch series, the groundbreaking Mr. Show with Bob and David. The program later spawned a feature film, Run Ronnie Run, which languished on the New Line Cinema shelf for years before finally earning a direct-to-DVD release, prompting writers/stars Cross and Odenkirk to disown the finished cut. By this time Cross was already a familiar presence onscreen, earning small roles in films including the 1997 smash Men in Black as well as guest appearances on television sitcoms like NewsRadio, The Drew Carey Show, and Just Shoot Me. He also maintained a thriving standup career, and in 1999 headlined his own HBO comedy special, The Pride Is Back. In 2002, Cross released his first standup CD, Shut Up, You Fucking Baby!, on Sub Pop, earning a Grammy Award nomination for Best Comedy Album. A DVD, et America Laugh, appeared a year later. Also in 2003 he was cast as flamboyant anal rapist and aspiring actor Tobias F?nke in the much-celebrated Fox sitcom Arrested Development. A second Sub Pop release, It's Not Funny, followed in 2004.

Shut Up, You Fucking Baby! Review:
Comedy is hard, as many a hack has said, but comedy albums are even harder. Consider this: there was an explosion of comedians in the '80s and '90s, yet there hadn't been a classic comedy album since Bill Hicks. Both the standard-bearer of '90s standup, Jerry Seinfeld, and Los Angeles' vital alternative comedy scene of the '90s failed to produce an album of note, so it then seemed like the comedy album was dead and buried in 2002. Then, David Cross -- best known as the "David" of the brilliant Mr. Show With Bob & David, the greatest sketch comedy show in history -- did a whirlwind tour of rock clubs in the spring of 2002, releasing highlights from the tour (culled mainly from Portland and Atlanta dates) as the Shut Up, You Fucking Baby! album on Sub Pop that fall. It would be hyperbole to say that it revitalizes the genre -- one album can't do that, and it's doubtful that anybody else would be given the freedom Cross was accorded here -- but it is no stretch to say that it's one of the greatest albums in recorded comedy history. Cross' genius is that he not only fearlessly tackles political, social, and religious issues that his contemporaries dance around, he also eases from stinging satire to absurdity during the course of narratives that seemingly ramble but always wind back to their main theme. When everybody else treats George W. Bush with kid gloves, Cross tears into him with savage humor and logic, dissecting everything from the war on terrorism and Bush's reaction to 9-11 ("Nader would have f*cking bombed Afghanistan...What did we expect he was gonna do? The planes hit and he's gonna hole up in a Motel 8 with a bottle of Jack, just crying in a corner?") to his family history, the 300 dollar tax refund, and position on SDI, not just cracking jokes, but cutting to the political quick the way no pundit has had the guts to do. The Catholic Church and John Ashcroft are subject to similar rants, but the key isn't that Cross is preaching to the converted or just reciting "liberal" lines -- he offers biting, informed criticism that only a comedian could possibly deliver. It's not all religion and politics, though: just as funny are Cross' reading of a story from the Promise Keepers handbook, recounting a night of debauchery with Harlow, and exposing the absurdities in Cosi's marketing plan for Squaggels, their square bagel. It's standup at its finest -- fierce, angry, freewheeling, and hysterically funny. The recording is so good it's just icing on the cake that the packaging is a wonderful knowing parody: none of the song titles have anything to do with the routine at hand, they're either send-ups of comedy warhorses ("Sex on the Internet!?," "My Wife's Crazy!") or cheerfully vulgar parodies ("Shaving the Pope's Pussy," "Abortion Doctor From Hell!"), while the acknowledgements include "First of all thanks to God, for giving me a voice with which to sing. God, you are brave, bold and beautiful and, I don't even believe in you! Your ways truly are mysterious." It all adds up to a wonderful comedy record, the best in years, and one of the best showcases of a genius comic at the top of his game.

It's Not Funny Review:
David Cross' first album, Shut Up, You Fucking Baby!, was a sprawling double-disc set, which was a risk. Not only are double-disc debuts a rarity, but comedy albums are notoriously inconsistent, so Cross was putting himself out on the line, but he succeeded grandly, delivering an epic masterpiece that fully captured the range and scope of his humor and stayed funny on repeated listens. Perhaps it was inevitable that its successor would suffer in comparison, and It's Not Funny, released 18 months later in the spring of 2004, does. Part of the problem is that he's covering many of the same topics he did on Shut Up; even though 9/11 and George W. Bush loomed as large on the American psyche in 2004 as they did in 2002 -- it'd only been 18 months, after all -- his jokes on these topics aren't markedly different than they were on the previous record, nor are they better, and even if you agree with his politics, there's simply too much of an emphasis on this, particularly since he's reworking the same territory, not developing it. This gives a little credibility to the suspicion that It's Not Funny was rushed to release. The album is culled from a series of performances at the Improv in Washington, D.C., between January 15 and 18, 2004, which, given the May 5 release, didn't give Cross and his production team much time to edit and complete the album, and it does indeed have a bit of a tossed-off feel as if Cross were still working on new material that was rushed to market. Another part of the problem is that these shows were at a comedy club, not a rock venue, where Cross prefers to perform since they have a looser, wilder feel. Certainly, It's Not Funny feels more like a traditional comedy record than Shut Up since it feels more like a collection of jokes, and it also suffers from inconsistent material. But since Cross is one of the sharpest, smartest, and flat-out funniest comedians of his time, the album is still very much worthwhile. It may be a collection of moments, but when the moments click, they kill, whether it's a bit about electric scissors, a story about eating at an expensive restaurant where they serve edible gold, or a segment on Bush's religion. These may not be as memorable as the best moments on Shut Up -- nothing like the immortal story about getting drunk with Harlow -- but that's an unfair yardstick since his peers couldn't live up to that album either. Instead of being a classic, It's Not Funny is a solid comedy recording capturing a good, average performance by a brilliant comedian. It may not be timeless, which its predecessor certainly was, but it is sure worth a listen.

related torrents

Torrent name

health leech seeds Size
 

comments (0)

Main Menu