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. The album was well received by critics and the public alike, eventually reaching double platinum sales certification by the Recording Industry Association of America, making it their best-selling album.
The Jerky Boys is an American comedy act from Queens, New York, whose routine consists of prank telephone calls and other related skits. Formed in 1989, the Jerky Boys were made up of childhood friends Johnny Brennan and Kamal Ahmed. After Ahmed left the act in 2000, the Jerky Boys continued on as a solo act featuring only Brennan, before going on hiatus after the 2001 release of their final album, The Jerky Tapes. The calls were made by ringing up unsuspecting recipients, or in response to classified advertisements placed in local New York-based newspapers
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Kamal Ahmed (born May 7, 1966), usually called Kamal, is a comedian and former member of the Jerky Boys prank phone calling group. He has acted in and directed several films, including Rapturious, completed in 2006. Ahmed performed the characters of: Frank Kissel, a World War II veteran; Tarbash, the Egyptian Magician; and Ali Kamal, a victim of dental malpractice, on the Jerky Boys albums
Hear Frank Rizzo torment orthodontist office in track from the master prank callers' first LP in two decades. Just when you thought it was safe to answer your cell phone, the Jerky Boys are back. I just started thinking to myself, ‘You know, people have been asking me for decades,' Johnny Brennan, the . of prank callers, tells Rolling Stone of his decision to restart the 1990s comedy outfit after a two-decade hiatus. It’s been a long, long time. I said to myself, ‘Let me do i. Let me put something else out there
The Jerky Boys is an American comedy act from Queens, New York, whose routine consists of prank telephone calls and other related skits. After Kamal left the act in 2000, The Jerky Boys continued on as a solo act featuring only Brennan, before going on hiatus after the 2001 release of their final album, The Jerky Tapes. The calls were made by ringing up unsuspecting recipients, or in response to classified advertisements placed in local New York-based newspapers.
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Title: The Jerky Boys (1995). Johnny Brennan nad Kamal Ahmed are two of the funniest comedians that have ever rolled into public view. These are just two guys having fun and taking you with them, as if you had an extremely hilarious brother and his equally funny best friend. and its a scream how they torment him throughout the film! If you're not anal about perfection but just like to let your hair down and have fun without judgement, grab this one up.
The Jerky Boys blew up in the early 1990s as Brennan and Kamal Ahmed’s prank phone calls were heard everywhere. Ahmed and Brennan split up in 2000. You still can hear Brennan’s voice on Family Guy as Mort Goldman (a character based on Jerky Boys’s Sol Rosenberg), but you haven’t heard any new Jerky Boys calls until now. The new album will come out later in 2019 via Comedy Dynamics.
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|2||Sol's Nude Beach||2:30|
|6||A Little Emergency||1:09|
|10||Gay Hard Hat||1:32|
|22||Starter Motor Repair||1:35|
|23||Sol's Record Purchase||0:59|
|25||Hurt At Work||1:32|
|27||Hot Rod Mover||2:06|
|29||Sol's Dating Tips||0:37|
|30||Beauty Tips By Jack Tors||0:52|
|36||The Jerky Jam||5:35|
|37||You Got Me Sick As A Dog||3:27|
|38||Uncle Freddie - The Jam||3:46|
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