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During this first stint at WNBC, Imus recorded three record albums, two for the RCA Victor label (1200 Hamburgers to Go, including some of his more popular humor from KXOA, WGAR and WNBC broadcasts, and One Sacred Chicken to Go with Anthrax, a primarily studio-created album centering on his satirical character, The Right Rev. Billy Sol Hargis) and one for the Bang label (This Honky's Nuts, an album of his stand up comedy act at the Manhattan nightclub "Jimmy's"—whose title was a tongue-in-cheek reply to fellow comedian Richard Pryor's 1974 album, That Nigger's Crazy).There was also a 1973 RCA Victor single, "Son of Checkers," issued by Imus. In The Evening aired nationally in the fall of 1973, part of NBC Radio's attempt to revive Monitor, its long-running weekend magazine.Thus he began his career as a radio disc jockey on June 2, 1968, at radio station KUTY in Palmdale, California.

His programs have been both popular and controversial throughout his career.In March 2009, Imus was diagnosed with stage 2 prostate cancer.On his September 9, 2014, broadcast, he announced that the New Mexico ranch would be sold, due to his belief that the ranch had "run its course" as well as "health and other issues" (he specifically noted that his breathing had been damaged by a rib injury, making it difficult to breathe in New Mexico's high altitude).As Hargis, Imus touted on-air the merits of the "First Church of the Gooey Death and Discount House of Worship".Imus published the 1981 best-selling novel God's Other Son that further depicted Hargis' adventures.

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