This is the second CD collection of this duo's hilarious Candid Microphone style man-on-the-street interviews from the mid sixties. This collection isn't quite as solid as the last CD, Coyle and Sharpe on the Loose, but it contains some great bits nonetheless. My personal favorite is "Threeism" in which Coyle and Sharpe try to convince a man to combine with them and live as a single unit, making all decisions collectively. They follow the guy onto the bus while Mal Sharpe speaks of Threeism in a biblical tone, the victim trys his best to get away.
Audio Visionaries: Street Pranks and Put-Ons
Artist: Coyle and Sharpe
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