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Album: The End of the Universe

Artist: Lewis Black

  • Genre: Standup Comedy
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2002 Stand Up! Records

Tracklist For The End of the Universe By Artist Lewis Black

Title Artist Time
Atlanta Lewis Black 6:19 USD 0.99
After September 11 Lewis Black 3:31 USD 0.99
Environmental Terrorism or Glo Lewis Black 7:59 USD 0.99
Coke and Pepsi and the Superbo Lewis Black 7:03 USD 0.99
Halftime at the Super Bowl 200 Lewis Black 5:46 USD 0.99
The End of the Universe Lewis Black 3:50 USD 0.99
Tax Rebates and Common Sense Lewis Black 4:56 USD 0.99
Airport Security Lewis Black 13:39 USD Album Only
TV News and Jerry Falwell Lewis Black 4:03 USD 0.99
What I've Learned Lewis Black 3:29 USD 0.99

Reviews For The End of the Universe By Artist Lewis Black

  • Not subway friendly

    By MacBoiPro
    I totally agree with Creek. I made the mistake of listening to this on a NYC subway on my ipod and people thought I was insane, but Lewis Black is insanely funny.
  • Before listening

    By Comicboy3
    Strap yourself into your chair with some form of adhesive; otherwise you will fall out of your chair laughing. It happened to me when I listened to this album, I kid you not. Also, do not listen to while driving or operating heavy machinery. When possible, do not listen to in public, in case you pee your pants. This album is so godd"m funny it's impossible to even imagine it. Lewis Black is the funniest man on earth. How many of you have seen the monty python "funniest joke in existence" skit? for those who haven't, it's about the funniest joke in the world (no duh). It's so funny, anyone who reads it dies laughing. I am totally convinced that the "airport security" bit on this album is, in fact, the funniest thing in existence. Buy the album, even if it's just to listen to that part. It's that funny. I've listened to this entire album at least thirty times, and the Airport Security rant still makes me laugh my arse off. You won't regret buying this album at all.
  • Starbucks and Starbucks

    By Moose99709
    I actually live in Houston near the Starbucks across the street from the Starbucks on Westheimer (yes it really does exist) - and during rush hour, time really does stand still between them! They cater to morning and evening rush hours (the only reason I can fathom that they exist in such proximity). One is attached to a book store. But every time I say there's a Starbucks across from a Starbucks, nobody believes me... Only Lewis Black explains it the way I always thought it should be explained! Don't listen to Lewis while driving. I had to pull off the road because I was crying and convulsing with laughter.
  • It does get better than Lewis Black: BILL HICKS

    By hunter es thompson
    This is guy is a phony and is not funny. This is ersatz anger for the 88 IQ crowd. If you read books or use your brain at all--- try Bill Hicks (Rant in E-Minor)... Lock & load!
  • It doesn't get any better than this!

    By rockgod7
    Still funny six years later! This album really is a classic. The heckling bit is the best part.
  • Best album

    By Alan424
    This is probably the best of Lewis Black's albums. Like all of them, it takes a while to get into, but once it's a track or two into the CD, you're going to love it. Crude, like always, but still hilarious
  • He's Hilarious

    By Echoing Music
    Heck. Lewis is completely hilarious when it comes to the things he talks about. All his stuff is completely original, not to mention he knows how to deliver it. Also, even though he swears a lot, it makes it even funnier to listen too. He's a great comedian and I suggest tha tmost people should at least take the time to try and listen to see if they like it or not.
  • Not a dull moment...

    By milkman4888
    Lewis Black outdoes himself with this album which is probably his funniest ever so far. He had me keeling over laughing for the entire journey and was absolutely classic. If you are a fan of comedy or love to laugh then you need to have this album.
  • Bladder Hazzard

    By Maiquipa
    Grab a large trash bag, unfold, place on your favorite seat, and start the show. Without the plastic you will end up cleaning after listening to this.
  • Excellent Collectors Item

    By meowberg
    This has to be on one of lewis blacks best albums it has everthing one should come to expect -bad language -his classic anger -laughing about things and u dont even know what he's talking about

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