Abdul Butt | Perceived Immigrant - EP

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Perceived Immigrant - EP

by Abdul Butt

An observational comedy album on the absurdities in politics and current lifestyles. Borders will be crossed.
Genre: Spoken Word: Standup Comedy
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1. No Parking
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2. Perceived Immigrant
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3. Free Healthcare
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4. Bad Doctor
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5. Weed Cookies
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6. Writing Stoned
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7. Cosby Ambush
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8. I'm with Her?
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9. Woman President
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10. 52% of White Women Who Voted
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11. The Button
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12. Easier for Men
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13. Facebook Parents
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14. Pedophile Priests
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15. Gay Pride Parade
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16. Strip Clubs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Perceived Immigrant was recorded live at the Capitol Centre in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. This is Abdul Butt's first EP album, so rather than recording it in front of a hometown crowd, he chose to have it reflect the reality of most comics in the earlier stages of their career. Performing in small towns for audiences who know little about them. Hear Abdul Butt win over northern Ontario that night as the opening act for Canadian superstar Derek Seguin.

Abdul Butt is a comedian, writer, producer and actor most recognizable from his interviews as a fake news correspondent on CBC’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes. There's nothing he won't do or go after for the purpose of pointing out idiocy and humour. The Montreal Gazette featured Abdul as one of 2014’s upcoming artists to look for, The National Post quoted the former premier of Quebec saying, “He’s crazy”, and one night in Hamilton, Ontario, Abdul made Bill Cosby laugh at a rape joke.

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