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So, I'm off on holiday tomorrow and I'd quite like a couple of comedians who have CDs that I could obtain and listen to on the plane. Can anyone name a comedian, and more importantly, a CD of theirs?
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#2
George Carlin - It's bad for You.


And may i recommend not listening to it on the plane? Sitting and laughing to yourself is kind of creepy.
#3
Stephen Wright - I have a Pony

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Dylan Moran.

DO IT.

I would, but I've already heard everything by him, and I don't see the appeal in hearing it again.

Thanks to everyone else, i'm checking out all of these.

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#14
Anything by Bill Bailey. If you like his stuff you may like Noel Fielding's acts as well.
#15
Godknows if they have CD's but get mp3s of any of these

Michael Mcintyre
Russel Howard
Russel Peters
Frankie Boyle
Steven K Amos
Lee Mack
Dara Obrien
Henry Rollins
Billy Connoly
Bill Hicks
Simon Amstell
Bill Bailey
Jo Brand
Russell Brand
Alan Carr
Jimmy Carr
Lee Evans
Noel Fielding
Rhod Gilbert
Peter Kay
Sean Lock
Hugh Laurie and Steven Fry stuff, although better on DVD obviously lol.
Johnny Vegas
Gina Yashere


That'll do for now

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I would, but I've already heard everything by him, and I don't see the appeal in hearing it again.

Thanks to everyone else, i'm checking out all of these.



I see. Have you heard any of Louis C.K.'s stuff?


EDIT: ^Henry Rollins is actually pretty funny, but sometimes he can be a little too anti-modern music, and anti everything in general.
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George Carlin - It's bad for You.


And may i recommend not listening to it on the plane? Sitting and laughing to yourself is kind of creepy.


Ah, I really don't mind, it's a couple of people I'll probably never meet again.

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I see. Have you heard any of Louis C.K.'s stuff?


Not just yet, I'll be checking him out shortly
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Last edited by Aléx at Jul 20, 2009,
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David Cross - Shut Up You ****ing Baby

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#24
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That happens to be where I got inspiration from.


Comdians=/=Comedians
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Godknows if they have CD's but get mp3s of any of these

Michael Mcintyre
Russel Howard
Russel Peters
Frankie Boyle
Steven K Amos
Lee Mack
Dara Obrien
Henry Rollins
Billy Connoly
Bill Hicks
Simon Amstell
Bill Bailey
Jo Brand
Russell Brand
Alan Carr
Jimmy Carr
Lee Evans
Noel Fielding
Rhod Gilbert
Peter Kay
Sean Lock
Hugh Laurie and Steven Fry stuff, although better on DVD obviously lol.
Johnny Vegas
Gina Yashere


That'll do for now

Good list. I'd add Robert Schimmel and Louis C.K.
#27
Carlin's material from the 70's is 1000000x better than It's Bad For Ya and other CDs he made around that time. Go for "Class Clown" or "Occupation: Foole". Mitch Hedberg's "Do You Beleive in Gosh" is a great one too. And Demetri Martin's "These Are Jokes".
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bill hicks - relentless. its from the video recording, but you can always rip the mp3.


Bastard, I was going to say that. But the CD of Relentless is a different set, right? The one I have starts off with one of his routines about Pornography. It's one of my favourite comedy albums, made many a school day fun.

TS, get the Sane Man DVD and stick it on your iPod if it plays videos.
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Older Lewis Black, though it loses something when you don't get to see him flailing and wiggling his fingers.

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#32
Thanks for all your help people, I have enough on my ipod (nano, for whoever suggested a video :p to last me a good few hours.
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#34
My fave comedians are Michael McIntyre, Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard, Al Murray, Mitchell & Webb, Rick Myall and Jack Dee. Those are the only ones I can think of. Go look for their stuff.
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