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The Firesign Theatre|I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus (Album Version)

I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus (Album Version)

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Picking up exactly where Don't Crush That Dwarf left off (with the sound of an ice cream truck), I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus isn't so much a revelation as its predecessor. This is another concept album, this time about technology, the future, and humanity's place in the equation. There are less obvious laughs this time out, and the album really needs repeated listens to begin to make any sense of it (indeed, in the Mobile Fidelity reissue, two of the members of the group contribute essays in an attempt to make it less incomprehensible). Still, there are some really fine moments that immediately click, like "Breaking of the President" and the visits from the Holygrams. Repeated listening will bring out all the album has to offer.
© Sean Carruthers /TiVo

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Side .001 (Album Version)
00:20:50

Bill Driml, Engineer - Phil Proctor, Performer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - Annalee of Mixville, Keyboards - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Philip Austin, Performer - John Fresno, Performer - Phil Cross, Engineer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Producer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1971 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Side .002 (Album Version)
00:18:07

Bill Driml, Engineer - Phil Proctor, Performer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - Annalee of Mixville, Keyboards - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Philip Austin, Performer - John Fresno, Performer - Phil Cross, Engineer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Producer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1971 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Picking up exactly where Don't Crush That Dwarf left off (with the sound of an ice cream truck), I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus isn't so much a revelation as its predecessor. This is another concept album, this time about technology, the future, and humanity's place in the equation. There are less obvious laughs this time out, and the album really needs repeated listens to begin to make any sense of it (indeed, in the Mobile Fidelity reissue, two of the members of the group contribute essays in an attempt to make it less incomprehensible). Still, there are some really fine moments that immediately click, like "Breaking of the President" and the visits from the Holygrams. Repeated listening will bring out all the album has to offer.
© Sean Carruthers /TiVo

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