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on 6 November 2007
I got into Morris' work quite late on, and watching stuff from the early 90's seems to make modern attempts at comedy to shame.
The audio quality, the choice of music, the surreal sketches. It all feels so fresh and cutting edge to me even today. A fundamentalist approach to British humour that is now seemingly dying out due to the rise of the PC brigade.

I fully expect people to not "get it". Just as Gervais gets death-threats from people that have no grasp what-so-ever of irony and satire. Or the people who think the appeal of South Park is kids swearing.. I roll my eyes one full rotation at the likes of all of you.
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on 22 December 2000
This is definately some of the true Chris Morris. I enjoy hearing what somtimes TV stopped him from showing. One thing that i will say is that i had a tape recorded from the radio of some of the original Blue Jam on radio one. It was actually better than this album and included sketches such as the man with the hairdryers on his testicles and the people with their children burning upstairs. Very pleasant? No but seriously it was well funny and i am really gutted that i lost it on a recent trip to Africa. If anyone could help me in anyway to either purchase another recording or to buy a cd with this on (if it exists?) i would be very gratefull. RSVP on my email shown.
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on 26 July 2002
Well it's certainly shocking, gosh yes! wow. But then what? Once you get passed the 'shock' of the the what's said and in what context there's not really much there. Listening to this CD was little more than 'ooh, how do they get away with saying that?" and "wow, that ought to upset a few people". I'm a big fan of Morris's other work - I think he's very clever and very brave and more importantly - very funny. The Problem with Blue jam is that it's just not funny.
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