Brian Regan  Main Performer

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1 You Too & Stuff    
2 Hooked on Phonix    
3 Crank Calls    
4 Stupid in School    
5 Lousy in Little League    
6 Monster Truck Drivers    
7 Horns & Windsheilds    
8 Seatbelts    
9 Log Trucks    
10 Blasting Zone    
11 Evel Knievel    
12 Fishing on T.V.    
13 Whale Noises    
14 Flipper & Gentle Ben    
15 Belly Buttons    
16 Kid's Party Games    
17 Big Family Stuff    
18 Peanut Butter & Jelly    
19 Donut Lady    
20 Health Club Stuff    
21 Spider Webs & Bees    
22 Elevators & Faces    
23 Animals    
24 Dog Barking    
25 "You Kicked My Heart's Ass" [*] Regan/Stein  
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Audio Compact Disc

Label: Uproar Entertainment

Style: Comedy


UPC: 706442377723

Release Date: 01/25/2005

Original Release Date: 01/25/2005

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [You Too & Stuff, Hooked on Phonix, Crank Calls, Stupid in School, Lousy in Little League, Monster Truck Drivers, Horns & Windsheilds, Seatbelts, Log Trucks, Blasting Zone, Evel Knievel, Fishing on T.V., Whale Noises, Flipper & Gentle Ben, Belly Buttons, Kid's Party Games, Big Family Stuff, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Donut Lady, Health Club Stuff, Spider Webs & Bees, Elevators & Faces, Animals, Dog Barking, "You Kicked My Heart's Ass" [*]]

Ron DePasquale

Master of the clean but hilarious act, Brian Regan delivers nearly an hour of sidesplitting humor in his debut album. His self-deprecating jokes and everyday topics keep him down to earth and win the trust of the listener. His opening line is: "I'm trying to get through life without looking too stupid. It's not working out too well." He's also mastered the recurring joke and the ability to flip out of nowhere, without overdoing either. He dwells often on his youth, ranging smoothly from things like the spelling bee -- "Up until that day I was an idiot but no one else knew it" -- to Little League baseball. One of his funniest bits is: "The coach would yell from the dugout every now and then 'Let's hear some chatter!'/Chattering is saying 'Hey batter, batter!' over and over again, I don't think I ever felt like more of an idiot in my whole life/If that's fair, they should do that in all adult sports/I'd like to see that out in the golf course/'Hey golfer, golfer! Putt! Putt, golfer, putt!'/'What the hell's the matter with you, Ralph?'/'Ah, I'm just tryin' to make it fun.'/Are you supposed to apply that later in life?/'Hey lawyer, lawyer -- sue! Sue lawyer!'/B'us driver, bus driver, drive! Drive! Shift bus driver!'/'What the hell's the matter with you?' I learned that as a kid." ~ Ron DePasquale, Rovi