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Jerky Boys 3
Jerky Boys
Jerky Boys 3
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
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All Artists: Jerky Boys
Title: Jerky Boys 3
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Fontana Island
Original Release Date: 8/20/1996
Release Date: 8/20/1996
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
Style: Comedy & Spoken Word
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731453289222

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This is the BEST of the Jerky's
Michael Crane | 07/15/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Oh my God! Sol's chainsaw shock literally made me pee my pants. Civil war memorabilia is hilarious, even the Kissel calls are hilarious. If you only buy one Jerky Boys CD definately make it this one. So go buy it now you silly bastard!"
Last Decent Jerky Boys CD
(3 out of 5 stars)

"While it's not quite quite up to par with the original, they do a good job of inventing some new characters and keep things relatively fresh. This is probably the last good album they released...they really strained themselves trying to cook up the sequel, Jerky Boys 4, and it shows. After that they broke up and the last two albums are just bland attempts at trying to keep the name alive. So this might be a good place to complete your collection if you already have the first two albums (but if your desperate for more, get the bootlegs that have been floating around that catch the duo in their prime. In fact the only reason those recordings weren't officially released is because they were sooo good at pissing people off many wouldn't sign the release form to let them put the calls on an album.)"
What's up with that delivery boy?
N. P. Stathoulopoulos | Brooklyn, NY | 02/11/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Starting with track 1, you know the Jerky Boys didn't slow down. As Rizzo rants about a Santa Claus-dressed delivery boy who, er, accosted him, you know it's gonna get nasty, and funny.

Could be the best Jerky disc, actually, as they retread the usual cast of characters and go above and beyond the call of prank calling duty with new characters, and even new set-ups where they place ads in the papers and wait for victims to call. Who said prank calling wasn't hard work?

Aside from irate, blue-collar Queens resident Frank Rizzo (who often gets the best rants out, including one about his annoying son's upcoming birthday), we have the fragile Sol Rosenberg (some of the funniest moments in this disc) as well as the psychotic Kissel, and the flamboyant Jack Tors. New additions include Big Ol' Badass Bob the Cattle Rustler (why didn't he do this character again?) and one track from Curly G, an inept rapper (funny, but like most of Kamal's tracks, it runs out of steam quick).

Johnny B, who did most of the characters, has to be a comic genius. The guy comes up with some choice lines, and thinks his way out of inquiries in a second, always with a vulgar sentiment thrown in. For fans of the first two albums, or even of the classic, Oscar-robbed film, this is a must."