The Day the Laughter Died, Part II

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The Day the Laughter Died, Part II
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Live album by Andrew Dice Clay
Released November 16, 1993
Recorded July 14-16, 1993, Dangerfield's, New York City
Genre Comedy
Length 69:35
Label American Recordings
Producer Rick Rubin
Andrew Dice Clay chronology
40 Too Long
(1992)40 Too Long1992
The Day the Laughter Died, Part II
(1993)
Filth
(1999)Filth1999

The Day the Laughter Died, Part II is a comedy album by comedian Andrew Dice Clay,[1] which was released in 1993. It was produced by Rick Rubin.[2] The album was a sequel to The Day the Laughter Died and repeated the original album's concept to record an unadvertised performance at Rodney Dangerfield's club, Dangerfield's.[3]

Unlike the first album, which got positive reviews and ended on a high note, this album got mostly negative reviews and the album ended with Clay going out into the crowd after an audience member with whom he was having an argument. That incident, and the album in general, nearly destroyed Clay's career.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "'Tis the Season" — :23
  2. "Thermometers" — :14
  3. "Gas (Feminine)" — 3:07
  4. "Deef & Dumb" — 1:34
  5. "The Notes" — :48
  6. "Sound" — 1:29
  7. "The Wedding" — 4:04
  8. "Critics" — 3:22
  9. "Pink Dot" — 1:54
  10. "My First Concert" — 2:09
  11. "Chinese" — :17
  12. "More Notes" — 2:06
  13. "Dr. Dice" — :20
  14. "Rice" — 1:19
  15. "Film & Video" — 1:46
  16. "Bachlorette Party" — 4:15
  17. "Tom & The Philippino" — 2:58
  18. "Wife Tells All" — 1:54
  19. "Surprise" — 3:52
  20. "Games" — 1:05
  21. "Talk to 'Em" — :32
  22. "Chinks" — 2:47
  23. "Mad Max" — 3:15
  24. "Sealed With a Kiss" — 1:48
  25. "The Contractor" — 2:20
  26. "Songs" — 7:48
  27. "Chinese Restaurant" — 1:50
  28. "Greeting Cards" — 1:47
  29. "No Poems" — 3:00
  30. "The Argument" — 5:32

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