For the past 20 years, Margaret Cho has used her stand-up comedy to deconstruct and ridicule social and political norms. In Drunk with Power, Cho's first comedy album, she plants the seeds of what are to become her main points of focus throughout her celebrated career. A second-generation Korean American, Cho wrestles with a refreshing frankness about racial tension in America, the struggles womanhood, and her less-than-traditional upbringing. Performed with an incredible energy and wit, Cho's Drunk with Power will have listeners in tears with laughter.
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I laughed so hard over the "Gwen" story I nearly wrecked my car on the freeway. Don't listen to this one unless you can drive responsibly while completely losing it.
So funny! Especially the "Gwen" episode! I, too, almost wrecked while driving and listening to this selection. It was so funny that it caused me, just recovering from pneumonia, to have an enormous coughing fit and almost wreck my car. I had to pull over so that I could listen to the rest of it. Cho is an excellent mimic. I particularly love her imitation of her mother. Definitely buy this one!
This performance is amazing. I've listened to it several times over the last year and each time I've thoroughly enjoyed it. Very, very funny woman... and what makes it so good is how she talks about things that are so "real" and yet finds such humor in them. Genius.
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