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In this wry comedy album, Jeff Wayne sets his sights on a pretty big target - political correctness - and does what he can to tear it to shreds. Listeners may find themselves divided about Wayne's comedic subject matter; the title of this performance, It's O.K. to Be a White Male, communicates its obviously controversial bent pretty well. What isn't controversial, though, is Wayne's easy and energetic confidence, which creates a strong flow throughout his subjects and skits. Wayne's musings about the nature of majority and minority politics may be divisive, but there's no arguing with his style, and listeners are guaranteed laughs when they hop on board with this old pro.

Publisher's Summary

In It's O.K. to be a White Male, Jeff Wayne asks the question, "How did the majority become the minority?" As he stomps through the minefield of "political correctness", his is the voice that heretofore has been silenced by the whimpering of gays, blacks, vegetarians, non-smokers, and Donahue devotees who have declared it "open season on my white ass". On the cutting-edge of controversy, Wayne's brand of comedy is never cruel, and always very, very funny.

For Adults Only: Explicit language. Must be 18 years of age to purchase.

Don't miss more humorous observations from Jeff Wayne.
©1995 Uproar Entertainment (P)1995 Uproar Entertainment

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It's O.K. to ignore this guy!!!

Denis Leary, he's not! He had maybe two good jokes and the rest was nothing but predictable right-wing apologetics cerca 1992. Talk about dated! I thought I had fallen into a "way-back" machine.

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