A behind the scenes look at the making of " Lies for the Liars", the album by alternative metal band The Used.
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A hustler stumbles into the score of his life when the madam of a small country bordello mistakes him for a hired hitman. A working girl has stolen the madam's little black book to appease federal agents and pay off a debt - but they want more. While the hustler is falling in love with his intended target, the real hitman is closing in.
Friends betray one another over investments and women, which leads to deadly confrontations.
This Perrier Award winning show was recorded over two nights at London's Comedy Store in front of an almost riotous audience. Live on stage Redneck comedian and ex con Otis Lee Crenshaw performs his whisky laced songs, with thoughts on Women, Trailer Parks and Southern white trash. Otis relives his memories of prison life through sharp one liners and songs, as ever accompanied by his band The Black Liars, with Orson Carson on guitar and Alvy Ronson on double bass.
Heeza Liar was a club bore who told Munchausen-style stories. In this one he tells of how he was a knight when he was a youngster and defeated a brigand.
Forbidden Fruit begins with New York in the grip of a banana shortage. Residents sing (or scream) “Yes! We Have No Bananas,” the hit novelty song of 1923 (inspired by real-life banana shortages—the film also references current events by mentioning mobster Louis Cohen, arrested for murder the same year). The scene shifts to animator Walter Lantz strumming the song on his guitar, before a co-worker presents him with a banana that transmogrifies into Colonel Heeza Liar, who tells the tale of how he ended “the great banana famine in 1923.”