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Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome

by Maria Bamford

Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome by Maria Bamford

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Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome

by Maria Bamford

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Label: Comedy Central
The comedian's third proper album, Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome is highlighted by Bamford's genius-level talent for voices that range from hilarious to genuinely creepy (her Baby Jesus is memorable), and impersonations of various family members. Bamford's jokes often veer off into completely bizarre territory and are almost always geared toward storytelling rather than the more traditional joke-centric standup style. Bamford is one of the most creative and inarguably funny comedians in the Patton Oswalt-style "cool-kid" crew, and as such, brings legitimacy to that scene.

About This Album

The comedian's third proper album, Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome is highlighted by Bamford's genius-level talent for voices that range from hilarious to genuinely creepy (her Baby Jesus is memorable), and impersonations of various family members. Bamford's jokes often veer off into completely bizarre territory and are almost always geared toward storytelling rather than the more traditional joke-centric standup style. Bamford is one of the most creative and inarguably funny comedians in the Patton Oswalt-style "cool-kid" crew, and as such, brings legitimacy to that scene.

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About This Album

The comedian's third proper album, Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome is highlighted by Bamford's genius-level talent for voices that range from hilarious to genuinely creepy (her Baby Jesus is memorable), and impersonations of various family members. Bamford's jokes often veer off into completely bizarre territory and are almost always geared toward storytelling rather than the more traditional joke-centric standup style. Bamford is one of the most creative and inarguably funny comedians in the Patton Oswalt-style "cool-kid" crew, and as such, brings legitimacy to that scene.