Complaints and Grievances

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Complaints and Grievances
Live album by George Carlin
Released December 11, 2001
Recorded November 17, 2001
Genre Comedy
Length 56:16
Label Eardrum/Atlantic
Producer George Carlin
George Carlin chronology
You Are All Diseased
(1999)
Complaints and Grievances
(2001)
Life Is Worth Losing
(2006)

Complaints and Grievances is the 17th album and twelfth HBO stand-up special by comedian George Carlin. Its working title was I Kinda Like It When a Lot of People Die, but it was renamed following the September 11, 2001 attacks.[1] Another possible title was The Great American Cattle Drive, according to Carlin during an interview with Coast to Coast AM in the 1999.[citation needed]

Complaints and Grievances was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Spoken Comedy Album.

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Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by George Carlin.

  1. "The Opening" - 9:22
  2. "Traffic Accidents: Keep Movin'!" - 6:16
  3. "You and Me (Things That Come Off of Your Body)" - 10:38
  4. "People Who Oughta Be Killed: Self-Help Books" - 1:16
  5. "Motivation Seminars" - 1:05
  6. "Parents of Honor Students" - 2:15
  7. "Baby Slings" - 0:59
  8. "My Daddy" - 0:51
  9. "Telephone Mimes" - 1:09
  10. "Hands-Free Telephone Headsets" - 0:38
  11. "Answering Machines" - 0:52
  12. "Family Newsletters" - 1:23
  13. "Music on Answering Machines" - 1:39
  14. "People Who Wear Visors" - 0:39
  15. "Singers with One Name" - 0:41
  16. "Rich Guys in Hot Air Balloons" - 1:01
  17. "People Who Misuse Credit Cards" - 0:51
  18. "Guys Named Todd" - 1:30
  19. "Gun Enthusiasts" - 1:26
  20. "White Guys Who Shave Their Heads" - 0:48
  21. "NASA-Holes" - 1:32
  22. "Why We Don't Need 10 Commandments" - 7:14

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