Give Us a Break (Proctor and Bergman album)

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Give Us A Break
Give Us a Break Proctor and Bergman.jpg
Studio album by Proctor and Bergman
Released 1978
Genre Comedy
Label Mercury
Producer Proctor and Bergman
Proctor and Bergman chronology
What This Country Needs
(1975)
Give Us a Break
(1978)

Give Us A Break is a 1978 comedy album by comedy duo Proctor and Bergman, one half of the Firesign Theatre.

Track listing[edit]

Side One[edit]

  1. "Hot Rock Radio - 0:30"
  2. "Carumba - 0:45"
  3. "Brainduster Memory School - 1:30"
  4. "Whale Oil - 1:10"
  5. "U.N. In Session - 3:00"
  6. "Dr. X - 1:20"
  7. "Consumer Watchdog - 1:25"
  8. "Fab Fad Fashions - 1:30"
  9. "ZBS-TV - 2:15"
  10. "Ten-Shun - 1:40"
  11. "C.B. Course - 1:30"

Side Two[edit]

  1. "Lemon Car - 2:20"
  2. "Movie Spots - 1:20"
  3. "Chef Entree - 1:55"
  4. "Nukes In The News - 2:35"
  5. "Flu Song - 1:35"
  6. "Sweetened History - 1:15"
  7. "Sat Nite Gun Mart - 0:40"
  8. "Sneezers Chicken - 1:20"
  9. "What Did That Man Say? - 1:45"
  10. "Hot Rock Radio - 0:10"
  11. "Our Natural Anthem - 0:25"

Cover art[edit]

The album cover shows a photographed clay sculpture by Robert Grossman, who painted the cover for the 1970 Firesign Theatre album Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers.

References[edit]