Bobby Slayton | Built for Destruction

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Built for Destruction

by Bobby Slayton

His first cd, Raging Bully, is a thrill ride of hilarious hostility that make's Dennis Miller's "Rants" seem like Mother Goose recitations" according the the San Francisco Examiner. This latest one could possibly be even better!
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Sizing Up the Crowd
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2. Just Stop Talking
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3. Racial Profiling
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4. Too Many Immigrants
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5. Learning From Other Cultures
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6. Bachlorette Parties
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7. The "f" Word/ Keith Richards
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8. Marriage Advice
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9. Porno/viagra
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10. Anti-porno/wedding Vows
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11. Real Women/fantasies
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12. Sexual Harrassment
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Bobby Slayton has been performing stand-up and acting for over thirty years. He has appeared in such critically acclaimed films as Get Shorty, Ed Wood, Dreamgirls and starred as Joey Bishop in the HBO film "the Rat Pack". He has been on dozens of tv shows and has been seen on numerous Stand-Up specials on Showtime and HBO. The Los Angeles Times has said "Slayton attacks his subjects with a go-for-the-jugular vehemence and tenacity that can be downright awe-inspiring." The Las Vegas Review Journal once described him as "...a lone voice in the world of modern comedy." The Washington Post reported- ..."Slayton hits the bullseye...the sort of raw, wry observer who makes it look easy."


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