• It's O.K. to Be Right

  • By: Jeff Wayne
  • Length: 50 mins
  • Original Recording
  • Release date: 02-27-08
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Uproar Entertainment
  • 3.3 (4 ratings)

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Editorial Reviews

Comedian Jeff Wayne goes right for the throat of our overly politically correct culture and doesn’t let go until he’s good and ready. In his album It’s O.K. to Be Right, Wayne skewers everything from alcoholism to healthy eating to marriage. Utilizing funny personal anecdotes and witty observations, Wayne - known affectionately as Big Daddy - has fun with our common hang-ups and sensitivities. It is all a fair game when Jeff Wayne is on stage, and the results are foul-mouthed and hilarious.
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Publisher's Summary

In a world burdened with concerns about terrorism, global warming, and worldwide hunger (just to mention a few), nothing could be more welcome than a good laugh! Jeff Wayne plays upon today's heightened political awareness to poke fun at gay people, homophobes, sexism, racism, minorities, the politically correct, etc., etc....Laugh out loud funny, funny, funny!
© and (P) 2008 Uproar Entertainment
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By Steve on 03-21-08

Nasty Language

I thought this would be funny, it isn't. Take away the nasty language from many of these 'comedians' and they become just storytellers and not very good ones at that.

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