In case you missed it, there's a new George Carlin "album" out. Basically, the backstory is this: earlier in 2001, Carlin was functioning on an album called I Kinda like It as soon as A Lotta human being Die.

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The product on this album was taped on Sept. 10th, 2001. He even makes a joke around an plane getting blown up and Osama bin Laden getting blamed because that it.

The next day, of course 9/11 happened and the civilization changed.

So the album Carlin was working on gained changed. The album location was readjusted (to Complaints & Grievances) and also some that the material obtained put next (the plane bit, the big ending bit about a an international disaster, etc.).

Well now, 15 year later, they ultimately put the end that unreleased material. The album is brief (only 10 tracks and only 6 the them room from the Sept. 10, 2001 show) however it's an excellent stuff. George Carlin is my favourite comedian that all-time and legitimately my an individual hero, so.....figured I'd review it, because that anyone who might care or want to to buy it.

1. Boston Rant 1957 - this is in reality a an individual recording Carlin made in ~ home earlier in 1957. He sounds means younger, obviously. But it's basically George sitting in his living room, talking into a microphone for over 5 minutes around police and firefighters (mostly police). I'm pretty certain it's had because, also though it was taped 60 year ago, that feels supervisor timely today given the controversy over police in America. But if you understand Carlin, he was no a pan of the cops and also he renders it pretty clean here.

2. Rats & Squealers - currently we're right into the Sept. 10th show. This is an additional piece around cops and mostly about people that talk come them. TL;DR - George doesn't choose cops, the government, or snitches. Hilarious ingredient here and also best I have the right to tell, all new. It's the an initial time I've heard the anywhere.

3. Cocaine - just a 30 2nd track, a quick little joke around cocaine. Nothing of note.

4. The Fecal Differential - this is the track that he renders jokes about bin Laden blowing up an airplane. The day before 9/11. Talk around timely. Anyway, many of this is new, never-heard material, but the fart jokes indigenous Complaints & Grievances space in here in their initial form. However the rest of that is all new.

5. Worn down of Songs - this is the an initial time this bit has actually been released however I actually saw Carlin live in 2005 and he did this bit there so i knew it sounded acquainted when I first heard it. Yet it never ever made any kind of albums, as much as ns know.

6. The an initial Enema - funny bit around the an initial enema. Just how somebody must have actually been the an initial person to think of the idea of doing an enema and also how it played out. Funny stuff, completely brand new.

7. Uncle Dave - so this little is kinda famous. Carlin just explains this ever-worsening disaster wherein millions of human being die in dreadful ways. It was initially supposed to be exit in 2001 however this was one of the large pieces of product that acquired shelved after ~ 9/11. So then it to be going to come out again in 2005 yet Hurricane Katrina happened, for this reason it gained shelved again. Finally, he placed it the end in 2006. It's the last track on Life Is precious Losing (on there, it's referred to as "Coast-To-Coast Emergency"). But this is the initial version, tape-recorded Sept. 10, 2001 and also I prefer this version far better I think. But it's mostly the same product as the 2006 bit.

8. Jerry Hamza Interview - quick interview with Carlin's previous manager and best friend, who talks around how this material was supposed to come the end in 2001 and how 9/11 changed that.

9. Rocco Urbisci Interview - another Carlin friend and producer, talking around Carlin's procedure of how he worked.

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All in all, if you're a Carlin fanatic choose myself, this is a cool small album. If you're a completist and want come have all of his material, this one has actually a couple of great, unreleased jewel on it. However don't go into it expecting an hour of brand-new material or anything. This one's because that the hardcore fans.