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Jesus Is Magic

by Sarah Silverman

Jesus Is Magic by Sarah Silverman

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Jesus Is Magic

by Sarah Silverman

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Label: Interscope
Silverman is so adept at tying culture and politics into a Gordian knot of post-modern irony and non sequitur ridiculousness that it's easy to forget she's a fairly traditional entertainer. Which is where Jesus Is Magic comes into play. The soundtrack to her 2005 film, it's a one-woman show of songs, skits and stand-up that speak to her multi-faceted (and all too outré) talents. She's a great storyteller in particular, the best example being "Racist?," a faux-confessional about a failed relationship that devolves into satirical commentary on Mexicans, African Americans and, of course, Jews.

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Silverman is so adept at tying culture and politics into a Gordian knot of post-modern irony and non sequitur ridiculousness that it's easy to forget she's a fairly traditional entertainer. Which is where Jesus Is Magic comes into play. The soundtrack to her 2005 film, it's a one-woman show of songs, skits and stand-up that speak to her multi-faceted (and all too outré) talents. She's a great storyteller in particular, the best example being "Racist?," a faux-confessional about a failed relationship that devolves into satirical commentary on Mexicans, African Americans and, of course, Jews.

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About This Album

Silverman is so adept at tying culture and politics into a Gordian knot of post-modern irony and non sequitur ridiculousness that it's easy to forget she's a fairly traditional entertainer. Which is where Jesus Is Magic comes into play. The soundtrack to her 2005 film, it's a one-woman show of songs, skits and stand-up that speak to her multi-faceted (and all too outré) talents. She's a great storyteller in particular, the best example being "Racist?," a faux-confessional about a failed relationship that devolves into satirical commentary on Mexicans, African Americans and, of course, Jews.

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