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  • Shot in the Face | Nick Griffin

    Shot in the Face

    • ORIGINAL (46 mins)
    • By Nick Griffin
    • Narrated By Nick Griffin
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    With his latest release, Shot in the Face, comedian Nick Griffin picks up right where he left off a little more than a year ago. This is a solid follow-up to Bring Out the Monkey and serves to solidify his reputation as an original and consistent performer. Where Griffin especially shines is when he approaches love and relationships. His style is not merely a "Hey, didja notice how we're different" routine but instead he really takes a good look at just how we function and interact... and how it's usually pretty ridiculous.

  • Bring Out the Monkey | Nick Griffin

    Bring Out the Monkey

    • ORIGINAL (44 mins)
    • By Nick Griffin
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    Nick Griffin's material has been described as dry, edgy, cranky and hilarious. And Nick's new album has all of that. Bring Out The Monkey includes Nick's thoughts on punching cops, old potheads, men crying, women talking and the cramp in Brad Pitt's penis. The result is a series of short routines that will make you laugh and a few punchlines you will steal to sound funny around the water cooler.

    Maryann says: "fucking LOVE THIS MAN!!!"
  • A Darker Shade of Blue | John Harvey

    A Darker Shade of Blue

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By John Harvey
    • Narrated By Amy Shindler, Colin Mace, Gordon Griffin, and others
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    m the killing fields of the East Midlands to the mean streets of London, from the jazz clubs and clip joints of Soho to the barren fenlands of East Anglia, this is a world of broken families and run-down estates, revenge killings and prostitution, drugs, guns and corruption; a world of overstretched police forces and underpaid detectives, men and women who strive nonetheless for a kind of justice; a world in which everything, even friendship, has a price. Featuring familiar characters including Frank Elder and Detective Inspector Charlie Resnick.

    Trevor Collins says: "Short story, horror production"
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