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Toledo

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Goofy Shit
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Toledo Window Box
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Nursery Rhymes
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Some Werds
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Water Sez
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The Metric System
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God
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Gay Lib
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Snot, the Original Rubber Cement
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Urinals are 50 Percent Universal
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A Few More Farts
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 43:30

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Is He High?

Folding_Chair

I found this painful to listen to. I think it was a rush release after the huge success of Class Clown with the great and justly famous "7 Words" bit. On Toledo Window Box he tackles drugs quite a bit, but he really sounds like he is on drugs. His mind wanders, he stumbles about, he distractedly flubs punch lines of jokes that someone who wasn't high wouldn't find funny anyway. I really think he must have been coasting with this one.

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Baseball Music

By Dan Epstein, Contributor

Baseball and music are the twin obsessions of my life, but beyond drunken 7th inning renditions of "Take Me out to the Ballgame," I've always been fairly dubious about the wisdom of combining the two. Having grown up in an era where the only music heard at the ballpark came from a ghostly-sounding organ perched behind the press box, I find something extraordinarily distasteful about players running out onto the field to tune of '80s… more »

They Say All Music Guide

The cover on this one tells you pretty much all you need to know about the dominant subject material here — drugs. The beginning of the album dwells fairly directly on the subject (you’ll never look at the Seven Dwarves the same way again), but much of the rest of the album’s material draws heavily from stoner culture; it’s hard to imagine someone straight and sober spending as much time thinking or talking about snot or farts as Carlin has here. That’s not all there is to the album, though. There’s a lot of Carlin’s trademark wordplay and some insightful social commentary, so as with other early Carlin records, you don’t have to be part of the drug culture to find it devastatingly funny. – Sean Carruthers

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