[Contains explicit content] Sounds Like America is a wild sound collage of the United States as seen by the people who know it best and tell it like it really is: comedians.
Hosted by a rotating cast of seasoned comics, each episode covers a different American pastime, region, city, characteristic, or zeitgeist. The show opens with a host introduction, followed by a sound collage that features stand-up comedy, funny interviews with special guests and folks on the street, and even local music. It’s a hilarious (and sometimes touching) tribute to our complicated country.
When you add Sounds Like America to your library you will receive 21 episodes, each with a runtime of approximately 20 minutes, including the following:
Sports with Roy Wood Jr.
The Midwest with Jackie Kashian
TexaFlorida with Michelle Buteau
America from Abroad with Rob Delaney
Chicago with Andy Richter
On the Road with Reggie Watts
The Bay Area with Aisha Tyler
Dating with John Early and Kate Berlant
Parenting with Al Madrigal
Drugs with Kyle Kinane
The Northeast with Rachel Dratch
What members say
- Karl Crail
Mindless Anti-American drivel posing as comedy.
Felt more like a bland and politically correct commentary of America you’d hear on NPR than an actual comedy show. An incredibly candid moment of honesty at one point in the audiobook where this one guy says comedians are just very sad people floating through life seeking validation. You can hear the biggest moments of applause and adulation from the audiences didn’t come from any actual jokes but from condescending holier-than-thou put downs against ordinary Americans as a bunch racist and xenophobic simpletons. If you want real comedy stay away from this PC garbage and go listen to Kevin Hart, Joe Rogan and Daniel Tosh
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