The Jerky Boys 2

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The Jerky Boys 2
Studio album by The Jerky Boys
Released July 1994
Genre Comedy, Prank Calls
Length 48:44
Label Select Records
Producer John G. Brennan
Kamal Ahmed
The Jerky Boys
The Jerky Boys chronology
The Jerky Boys
(1993)
The Jerky Boys 2
(1994)
The Jerky Boys 3
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link[dead link]
RollingStone link

Jerky Boys 2 is the second comedy album released by prank call artists, the Jerky Boys. The album was released in 1994 and was the final Jerky Boys album released on the Select Records label, distributed by Atlantic Records. It went Platinum as well as the first album. This album was also nominated for a Grammy Award at the 1995's Grammy's for Best Comedy Album, but lost to Sam Kinison's Live From Hell.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Pablo Honey" (0:39)
  2. "Drinking Problem" (1:44)
  3. "Pet Cobra" (0:57)
  4. "Sol's Warts" (1:46)
  5. "Breast Enlargement" (2:17)
  6. "Roofing" (2:39)
  7. "Gay Hairdresser" (2:00)
  8. "Volunteer" (1:50)
  9. "Terrorist Pizza" (2:40)
  10. "Pico's Mexican Hairpiece" (2:38)
  11. "A Little Emergency" (1:05)
  12. "Sparky The Clown" (1:56)
  13. "Security Service" (3:48)
  14. "Sol's Nude Beach" (2:25)
  15. "Diamond Dealer" (1:55)
  16. "Sol's Naked Photo" (1:25)
  17. "The Mattress King" (1:52)
  18. "Ball Game Beating" (2:52)
  19. "Sporting Goods" (1:10)
  20. "Scaffolding" (1:05)
  21. "Sex Therapy" (1:45)
  22. "Sol's Phobia" (1:56)
  23. "Cremation Services" (1:42)
  24. "Pizza Lawyer" (1:41)
  25. "Fava Beans" (1:34)
  26. "Husband Beating" (1:23)
  27. "*Bonus Track" (0:06)

Trivia[edit]

English rock band Radiohead named their 1993 debut album, Pablo Honey, after the first call on this album (apparently having heard it on a bootleg tape), well before release of this material on CD.[1]

California Punk band Nofx released a live album called "I Heard They Suck Live!!," in which the guitar player (El Hefe), impersonates a part of "Sol's Warts" in between songs.

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