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Blue Collar Comedy Tour

Album: Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie
# Song Title   Time
1)    Act Naturally
2)    Intro
3)    Naked Eating Cheetos
4)    Flew in from Flagstaff
5)    Truth in Advertising
6)    Tubing
7)    Topless Bar
8)    Wake Up Call
9)    Death Penalty
10)    Intro
11)    World's Largest Margarita
12)    Girl's I've Dated
13)    Pet Smart
14)    Victoria's Secret
15)    Doctor's Visit
16)    Winston Out of Nacsar
17)    Sharp Dressed Man
18)    Intro
19)    16-Year-Old Daughter
20)    Skimpy Underwear
21)    Sex Talk
22)    Quitting Smoking
23)    Boys Call the House
24)    20 Years of Marriage
25)    Intro
26)    Ice Fishing
27)    Nipple Bitten Off
28)    Definition of Redneck
29)    NASCAR
30)    Redneck Words
31)    Family Was Rednecks
32)    Earliest Recollections
33)    How's My Butt
34)    Intro
35)    My Sister Is Covered With Moles
36)    Thrown Out of a Bar
37)    Here' Your Sign
38)    Redneck Jokes
39)    Don't Ask Me No Questions
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Chris Cagle (vocals); John Willis (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Ilya Toshinsky (electric guitar, banjo); Alex DePue (fiddle); Robert Wright (bass guitar, background vocals); Shannon Forrest (drums, percussion).
  • Recording information: Bingham Bend Studioss, Franklin, TN; Crime Scene Studios, Nashville, TN.
  • The Blue Collar Comedy Tour was like the World Series of redneck humor. Four of the genre's most beloved practitioners hit the road together, bringing down the house night after night with their patented brand of homespun hilarity. The subsequent, seemingly inevitable film of that tour has resulted in an audio companion. The BLUE COLLAR COMEDY TOUR captures some of the funniest moments from the movie, giving all four comedians a chance to shine. Ron White's regular-guy routine is full of hysterical trailer-trash vignettes that capture the audience's imagination. Bill Engvall is probably the least overt in terms of "hick schtick," but his sentiments nevertheless lie squarely with his Blue Collar brethren. Larry the Cable Guy makes Andrew Dice Clay seem hoity-toity, with his exaggerated accent and purposefully dumber-than-thou agenda. Jeff Foxworthy is the best known of the group, and is the man who brought this kind of comedy to the mainstream. His segment naturally includes his famous "You Might Be a Redneck" bit, which is pretty much the Blue Collar Comedy fan's national anthem, and serves well as the flagship for these down-home funnymen.
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