Relentless (Bill Hicks album)

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For the album of the same name by Jason Aldean, see Relentless (Jason Aldean album).
Relentless
Bill Hicks - Relentless - Front (reduced).jpg
Live album by Bill Hicks
Released 1992
Recorded December 14–17, 1991
Genre Comedy
Length 57:41
Label Rykodisc
Producer Kevin Booth
Bill Hicks chronology
Dangerous
(1990)
Relentless
(1992)
Arizona Bay
(1997)
DVD version
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Relentless is a live album by stand-up comedian and satirist Bill Hicks. It was his second CD release, and his last one before his death from pancreatic cancer in February 1994.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Greetings" – 1:20
  2. "Sex on Trial" – 3:07
  3. "The News" – 1:19
  4. "The War" – 12:10
  5. "Odd Beliefs" – 0:49
  6. "A Killer Idea" – 3:02
  7. "Smoking" – 7:10
  8. "Great Times on Drugs" – 11:23
  9. "Drugs Have Done Good Things" – 1:19
  10. "Rockers Against Drugs Suck" – 2:11
  11. "Beelzebozo" – 1:08
  12. "Summer Trip" – 1:26
  13. "What Is Pornography?" – 3:37
  14. "The Sanctity of Life" – 2:51
  15. "Chicks Dig Jerks" – 4:46

DVD version[edit]

The film version was recorded at the Centaur Theatre during the annual Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. Despite the common title, the CD album was recorded at a separate performance, after the Just for Laughs festival had closed.

Bill Hicks - Relentless: Montreal International Comedy Festival 1991[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro/I Love My Job"
  2. "I Don't Fit In/War"
  3. "Fyffe, Alabama"
  4. "Smoking"
  5. "Sexual Thought"
  6. "Religion"
  7. "Time for a Question"
  8. "Drugs and Music"
  9. "My Point"

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