Thinky Pain [Explicit]

May 6, 2014 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: May 2, 2014
  • Release Date: May 6, 2014
  • Label: Comedy Central
  • Copyright: 2014 Comedy Central Records
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  • Total Length: 1:34:02
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00JWFMXVS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,184 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Brilliant hilarious and unique.
Dorothy
He shares with us stories of his, both failed marriages and stories of his current success to hilarious results.
Sanchez
One of the best comedy releases of the year.
Charles O'Meara

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ed on September 14, 2014
Format: MP3 Music
There’s a point in the new Marc Maron project, “Thinky Pain,” where he tells the story of his sage-like Jewish doctor and the simple, four-word piece of advice he offers that is much deeper than it first appears. After Maron pours his heart out to him, talking to him more like his therapist than his physician, the doctor pauses, thinks, and shrugs before offering up this simple observation: “People make a mess.”

People make a mess.

Nowhere is that truer than in the life of your favorite self-diagnosing psychoanalyst, Marc Maron. If you’re familiar with him, his comedy, his podcast, his TV show, or his many recent late-night appearances, you know as well as I how much he loves to break things down and really try to figure them out. He’s open, candid, and completely transparent in his earnest attempt to better himself. Sometimes he seems to make some ground, actually closing in on a solution and sometimes he’s just talking aloud, spinning his wheels trying to work it all out. Regardless of where he is in the process, I’m glad to be a fly on the wall listening in.

Maron’s approach to comedy is laid back and relaxed. He’s proud in his refusal to prepare (What do you think he is, a coward?) and as a result the pauses that are present between his bits carry a deeper weight. They aren’t put in solely for timing or comedic effect but it’s more like a GPS re-routing after you’ve gone a little off course. Maron sits. Thinks. And re-routes. I like watching Maron on stage because his set is real and organic. This is happening, man, and we’re all gonna watch it go down together.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sanchez on June 7, 2014
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If you had told a comedy fan 15 years ago that Marc Maron was going to still be in comedy, succeeding and among other things, alive; they would have called you a liar. Maron did exactly that and has created his best live recording to date. He shares with us stories of his, both failed marriages and stories of his current success to hilarious results. Vinyl is one of Maron's loves and getting to hear this on a record is heartwarming.
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I've been listening to Maron's WTF podcast almost since it began, which is how i got to know him. I've heard him grow as an interviewer and got more and more interested in his stand up (which I was unfamiliar with). So i grabbed this album and i was blown away at how great it is. He combines the neuroses of Richard Lewis with the insight of Lewis Black minus the yelling. In fact, since I know only WTF, i was surprised at how focused and calm Maron is on this disc. There's none of the manic "Pow! I s*** my pants!" Maron here. This album is closer to storytelling than stand up. He casually walks us into a story then blindsides us with hilarious asides and spot-on observations. His take on atheists is both hilarious and intelligent at the same time. One of the best comedy releases of the year. (Some of my comedy reference points: carlin, kirkman, bamford, burr, black, hicks, birbiglia, gould, bodden...)
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It was pretty good, kind of long could trimmed the fat off a little. But overall pretty funny, just be aware if self depricating humor or self loathing and uncomfortable situations arent your thing then you might not find it as enjoyable.
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