27 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The misanthropic anarcho-libertarian comedian covers a lot of ground on this hilarious 2004 live album. Stanhope's brutally honest opinions about abortion, euthanasia, war, gay marriage, and other touchy topics often begin predictably but end up somewhere unexpected, thanks to his compulsive way of baiting the audience. The comic descendant of Bill Hicks, Lenny Bruce, and Sam Kinison, Stanhope strives to offend. "It's like I'm leading you into battle," he warns at the beginning. "You're not all going to be here at the end."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The misanthropic anarcho-libertarian comedian covers a lot of ground on this hilarious 2004 live album. Stanhope's brutally honest opinions about abortion, euthanasia, war, gay marriage, and other touchy topics often begin predictably but end up somewhere unexpected, thanks to his compulsive way of baiting the audience. The comic descendant of Bill Hicks, Lenny Bruce, and Sam Kinison, Stanhope strives to offend. "It's like I'm leading you into battle," he warns at the beginning. "You're not all going to be here at the end."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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