• Life Is Worth Losing

  • By: George Carlin
  • Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (104 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Here's George Carlin's 18th album. It was recorded simultaneously with the live broadcast of his 13th HBO special.

Tracks:
1. A Modern Man
2. Pussy Fart, Dingleberry, Cornhole
3. The Suicide Guy
4. Extreme Human Behavior
5. The All-Suicide TV Channel
6. Dumb Americans
7. Pyramid of the Hopeless
8. Autoerotic Asphyxia
9. The Save-a-Pussy Foundation
10. Yeast Infection
11. Coast-to-Coast Emergency

Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase.
©2006 Atlantic Recording (P)2006 Atlantic Recording

Critic Reviews

  • Grammy Award Nominee, Best Comedy Album, 2006

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classic

I wished he had lived longer to educate the world on his anti-religous beliefs. He is brutally honest, yet educates via humor, making it palatable for the (shrinking) pro-religous stand-outs.

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True.

George Carlin once again dares to expose the reality of human nature. More than a comedy show this is a philosophic and poetic aproach to everything people are afraid to say.

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"Living The Dream"

... that's what white people say when you ask 'em, "Hi, how're you doing?". It actually means "everyday I wake up wanting to kill myself".

So, how're you doing?

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classic George

classic renting and raving about things that we all think of but we don't want to say