Clean Comedy. Funny, funny, funny.
"Not what was advertised"
Uproar has produced many stand-up comedians' albums, and this is a great sampler of them. Included are Pablo Francisco's parody of horror/action movie previews (his mimicry of sound effects typically heard in horror movies is excellent); Clinton Jackson's comments on smoking and smokers; and John Pinette's "Show me the buffet" routine.
Tucson native Pablo Francisco has a natural ability to create vividly funny living pictures that will have listeners in stitches. He brings forth authentic, off-the-wall sound effects and brilliant impressions. In this live performance, you'll hear grimly narrated action-movie previews, with Arnold Schwarzenegger as a tortilla vendor targeted by the mob, a hilarious spoofing of those intensely melodramatic Telemundo soap operas, and what Denny's would be like if the waiters were male exotic dancers.
Bad Boys of the Barrio features 20 tracks from the funniest boys of the barrio: Pablo Francisco, Rudy Moreno, Willie Barcena, and Gilbert Esquivel.
Pablo Francisco does a fantastic impression of old commercial narrator, recorded live for his album Knee To The Groin, released in May 1997.
Pablo Francisco thinks real life fights would be more interesting with a little fight music, like the movies, recorded live for his album Knee To the Groin in May, 1997.