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Shiny Happy Jihad

by Joe Rogan

Shiny Happy Jihad by Joe Rogan

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Shiny Happy Jihad

by Joe Rogan

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Label: Comedy Central
While not quite as misogynistic, homophobic and generally offensive as Rogan's first album, I'm Gonna Be Dead Someday (2000), Shiny Happy Jihad does have plenty of the TV host/martial arts expert/standup's brand of comedic hostility circling the ring. Apparent experiments with psychedelic drugs have expanded Rogan's perspective to include engaging bits on evolution and space as well as insightful asides about life in general. These help leaven the barrage of extremely harsh impersonations of females and overly-frank discussions about sex.

About This Album

While not quite as misogynistic, homophobic and generally offensive as Rogan's first album, I'm Gonna Be Dead Someday (2000), Shiny Happy Jihad does have plenty of the TV host/martial arts expert/standup's brand of comedic hostility circling the ring. Apparent experiments with psychedelic drugs have expanded Rogan's perspective to include engaging bits on evolution and space as well as insightful asides about life in general. These help leaven the barrage of extremely harsh impersonations of females and overly-frank discussions about sex.

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About This Album

While not quite as misogynistic, homophobic and generally offensive as Rogan's first album, I'm Gonna Be Dead Someday (2000), Shiny Happy Jihad does have plenty of the TV host/martial arts expert/standup's brand of comedic hostility circling the ring. Apparent experiments with psychedelic drugs have expanded Rogan's perspective to include engaging bits on evolution and space as well as insightful asides about life in general. These help leaven the barrage of extremely harsh impersonations of females and overly-frank discussions about sex.