Parental Advisory. Ne'er a truer word was spoken! And, lest someone be offended by the title of this album, let's just remember that this is REDD FOXX, the guy who practically invented off-color humor! And this album, released by Atlantic in 1976, was actually pretty tame compared to the "party records" that Redd recorded for the Dootone label that were so, um, salty that record stores had to hide them under the counter. That's not to say, though, that this record isn't downright raunchy at times; as befitting the man who paved the way for Richard Pryor, Chris Rock and even Andrew Dice Clay, there are plenty of unbleeped three-, four- and even twelve-letter words! So consider yourself warned. Actually, though, the ones who needed warning were the audience members at the Apollo Theater that night; Redd unmercifully picks on them with such routines as 'I Hope Your Dog Dies'; 'Who Does Your Hair?'; 'Jaws on That Hippo', and 'You're Kind of Dumb and Ugly', while he addresses some of his favorite topics with 'Cancer Better Not F--- with My Body'; 'My Old Lady Wanted to Make Love All the Time'; 'I Talk About Sex Mostly', and 'Close Your Legs' among the comic riffs whose titles we can (barely) print. This almost won a Grammy, but we doubt Redd gave a $#@! A Collectors' Choice Music exclusive.