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No Jerk'n Off
No Jerk'n Off
Genre: Special Interest
 
TRACK TITLES: Small Piano; Hardware Whore; Lipshits; 976-Johnny; Mr. Fucks; Mr. Stinky; Dealership; Moishe; Sir Pete's Divorce; Deaf Guy; Gold Farb; Trick Tracy; Stergus; Doggie Style; Bang; Bronze Penis; Buttstick; Dr. Cr...  more »

      

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Title: No Jerk'n Off
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Dilligaf
Release Date: 3/16/1995
Genre: Special Interest
Style: Comedy & Spoken Word
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 782991000121

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TRACK TITLES: Small Piano; Hardware Whore; Lipshits; 976-Johnny; Mr. Fucks; Mr. Stinky; Dealership; Moishe; Sir Pete's Divorce; Deaf Guy; Gold Farb; Trick Tracy; Stergus; Doggie Style; Bang; Bronze Penis; Buttstick; Dr. Craps; Black Art; Sir Pete's Ticket The Ball Busters are the self-proclaimed World Champion Phone Pranksters and this great CD certainly supports that statement. From their title, you'd expect them to be your average Jerky Boy wanna-be's, but their CD is one hilarious piece of prank call art after another. Nothing in this CD is disappointing, none of it a rip-off of someone else, and every bit of it worth the money. Some pretty hardcore prank calls here. This CD is long out-of-print and is highly sought after by collectors.
 

CD Reviews

Milk will come out of your nose (if you happen to be drinkin
Richard T. Pierce | 06/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The copyright date says 1995, but I received this recording as a cassette at the 1992 CMJ seminar at the Waldorf. It was buried in one of those courtesy packages that you get as soon as you check in. I've heard that the package of sch-wag that you receive at every convention is nothing but crap be it a music convention or a convention for optometrists, but the goody-bag at CMJ in 1992 was actually full of surprises that took a few years to fully appreciate. Back then it took a lot of money to produce a compact disc, so everything was given to you on cassette. If the bag o' sch-wag actually contained a CD it meant that the label was really serious about pumping its signee. There was a CD by a band called The Tractors who were a country western outfit that sucked just as bad as you might imagine. Also, there was a comp. called "No Alternative" which featured many bands (duh?) such as Nirvana, Pixies et.al. and was meant to be a fundraiser for AIDS or something. Any of the recordings that could be found in the courtesy bag at CMJ 1992 are now probably worth something and should be appreciated as such."