The Jerky Boys (album)

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For the soundtrack album of the film of the same name, see The Jerky Boys (soundtrack).
The Jerky Boys
Jerky Boys Album.jpg
Studio album by The Jerky Boys
Released April 1993
Recorded 1992-1993
Genre Comedy, Prank Calls
Length 39:32
Label Select Records
Producer John G. Brennan
The Jerky Boys chronology
The Jerky Boys
(1993)
The Jerky Boys 2
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]
ARTISTdirect 4.5/5 stars [2]
RollingStone NR [3]

The Jerky Boys is the self-titled debut comedy album by prank call artists, the Jerky Boys. The album was released in 1993 by Atlantic Records' subsidiary Select Records, which was formerly an independent New York City-based label previously known for releasing rap music.[citation needed]

The album was well received by critics and the public alike, eventually reaching double platinum sales certification by the Recording Industry Association of America[citation needed], making it their best-selling album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Irate Tile Man"
  2. "Unemployed Painter"
  3. "Laser Surgery"
  4. "Insulator Job"
  5. "Egyptian Magician"
  6. "Sol's Glasses"
  7. "Car Salesman"
  8. "Sushi Chef"
  9. "Super Across The Way"
  10. "The Gay Model"
  11. "The Home Wrecker"
  12. "Auto Mechanic"
  13. "Dental Malpractice"
  14. "Starter Motor Repair"
  15. "Hurt At Work"
  16. "Hot Rod Mover"
  17. "Firecracker Mishap"
  18. "Punitive Damages"
  19. "Piano Tuner"
  20. "Gay Hard Hat"
  21. "Uncle Freddie"

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