I Kinda Like It When a Lotta People Die ()

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The first posthumously released album from legendary comedian, actor, and social critic George Carlin begins with a rant about how the police are not to be trusted. He goes on to state that he believes he is one of the few individuals in America who thinks and acts for himself, and that if you want to be an individual, you must plan for yourself. The rant sounds like it could've originated from nearly any point during Carlin's lifetime -- amazingly, it was recorded in 1957, near the very beginning of his career. The ...

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  1. Boston Rant 1957
  2. Rats and Squealers
  3. Cocaine
  4. The Fecal Differential
  5. Tired of Songs
  6. The First Enema
  7. Uncle Dave
  8. Jerry Hamza Interview
  9. Rocco Urbisci Interview
  10. I Kinda Like It When a Lotta People Die, 6-23-2001
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