A Place for My Stuff

A Place for My Stuff

Infobox Album |
Name = A Place for My Stuff
Type = Album
Artist = George Carlin

Released = November, 1981
Recorded = August, 1981
Genre = Comedy
Length = 50:57
Label = Atlantic
Producer =
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:07ozeflk7gf3 link]
Last album = "On the Road"
This album = "A Place for My Stuff"
Next album = "Carlin at Carnegie Hall"

"A Place for My Stuff" is United States comedian George Carlin's eighth comedy album. Unlike his previous albums, which consisted entirely of stand-up performance, "A Place For My Stuff" contains a number of studio-recorded tracks, typically poking fun at the format and candor of community radio, commercials, and television.

Track listing

#Acknowledgements – 0:26
#Opening – 1:13
#A Place for My Stuff – 4:35
#First Announcements – 1:34
#Have a Nice Day – 3:14
#Rice Krispies – 2:35
#Second Announcements – 1:09
#Interview with Jesus – 8:06
#Join the Book Club – 2:37
#Abortion – 0:28
#Third Announcements – 1:26
#Ice Box Man – 6:16
#Fourth Announcements :53
#Asshole, Jackoff, Scumbag – 6:29
#Fifth Announcements – 0:25
#Fussy Eater, Pt. 1 – 3:38
#Sixth Announcements – 1:05
#Fussy Eater, Pt. 2 – 4:32
#Seventh Announcements – 0:16

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