Dice Rules

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Dice Rules
Live album by Andrew Dice Clay
Released 1991
Recorded February 21, 1990 and October 25, 1990
Genre Comedy
Length 39:12
Label Def American
Andrew Dice Clay chronology
The Day the Laughter Died
(1990)
Dice Rules
(1991)
40 Too Long
(1992)

Dice Rules is a comedy double album by comedian Andrew Dice Clay, which was released in 1991. It was released on record producer Rick Rubin's record label Def American and subsequently re-issued on Warner Bros. Records. The first side was recorded at Madison Square Garden with the second side being recorded in a smaller, more intimate club setting. There is also a film of the same name which came out in May 1991.[1][2] The film received mostly negative reviews from critics and was nominated for three Razzie Awards including Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Andrew Dice Clay) and Worst Screenplay.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro - Andrew Dice Clay"
  2. "How Are Ya?"
  3. "Birds"
  4. "Phone Sex"
  5. "Ya Can't Be Nice to Them"
  6. "Christmas Presents"
  7. "Hoidy Toidy Chicks"
  8. "Opportunity in America (Al Capone's Safe)"
  9. "Japs"
  10. "Handicaps, Cripples"
  11. "Don't Move"
  12. "The Car Ride (Goin' to a Party)"
  13. "Subway Travel"
  14. "The Grocery Store"
  15. "Industrial Size"
  16. "1989-A Review"
  17. "Bad Press"
  18. "Backwards"
  19. "Chicks Aren't Funny (Joey Will)"
  20. "Bambi"
  21. "3 Beautiful Dates"
  22. "Debbie Duz Everything"
  23. "Filthy in Bed"
  24. "Smokin' for Your Health"
  25. "The News"
  26. "Black Chicks"
  27. "A Vibrant Beautiful Woman"
  28. "Woman's World"
  29. "The First Blow-Job"
  30. "People Are Pricks"
  31. "Ya Hear?"
  32. "Apartment Life"
  33. "Brooklyn Bad Boy"

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