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Record Label: Comedy Central
Country Of Release: USA
Year Of Release: 2012
Hannibal Buress is a standup star on the rise. Hannibal is a Chicago native, currently living in New York City where he regularly performs and eats a lot of street food. It's delicious. His credits include writing for Saturday Night Live and performing on every late show that matters.
|Audio CD Release Date:||May 22, 2012|
|Studio:||Comedy Central Rec.|
|Number Of Discs:||1|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 12 reviews|
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2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
One of the Best Albums of 2012 Nov 28, 2012
I'm a comedy nerd. I study comedy like other people study war histories and presidents and Steve Jobs; I watch, read, and listen to every bit of it I can, dissecting it, absorbing it, memorizing it, even teaching workshops on it to aspiring comedians.
And for me, "Animal Furnace" is one of the funniest comedy albums I've ever heard.
Hannibal Buress is truly one-of-a-kind. His style fluctuates between a young Tracy Morgan, saying outrageous things with a unique delivery that sells the joke better than any punchline could, and a black Patton Oswalt, taking geeky observations about rap music and people in his life and making absurd, a-to-c connections to hysterical conclusions.
Having seen him live, Buress controls a room better than almost any comic at his level, and that definitely comes into play on this record. The way he rises and falls and then explodes with his routines is so carefully considered, but comes across as so effortless, that the crowd is too caught up in the moment to question it when he makes outrageous assertions about things like masturbation and hoodies.
Truly Buress is an exciting comedic voice for our time, definitely one to watch on his road to stardom, and "Animal Furnace" is the best introduction anyone could ask for to his standalone talents.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Nam Yunnf Sep 07, 2012
His comedy is very original and givin with unexpected delivery. Things you never thought would be funny, are funny when he tells it to you! I suggest him to anybody.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Hannibal brings the diversity and the comedic jokes about food!; May 24, 2012
By Disciple of Poseidon
I loved My Name is Hannibal, Mr.Buress first album. I learned important stuff like stuff is weird is on the streets and Lil' Kim can do amazing things with a sprite can. It is one of my favorite stand up albums in my collection. He topped that by leaps and bounds with Animal Furnace. I learned more important life lessons like not to reject drunken women for they don't understand no means no, Odd Future is awesome, don't get bomb juice on your hands before flying and Hannibal's young cousin is in denial. If you are into stand up, his material is outstanding. He has a great flow and great timing. Everyone should buy this album, so everyone will get what they want except for old white dudes who get mad about apple juice hoarders.
hilarious May 13, 2013
Absolutely love Hannibal Buress's wit and delivery when it comes to comedy. Reminds me of a mix between Dave Chapelle and Mitch Hedberg.
Take It Easy On Apr 23, 2013
This is another killer show, but it would have been better if someone took the pains to edit out some of the not so funny stuff. Chatting about jokes he's about to tell, things that didn't really flow as well. Does it really need to be longer than hour? Either way, really funny stuff...I'd just rather see the video.
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