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by Bill Hicks
Possibly the most confrontational standup comic of his era, Bill Hicks perhaps was also the most confessional comic of his time. His rants are more like dissertations with jokes thrown in for good measure. On his first CD release from 1990, Dangerous, Hicks unleashes on the audience his thoughts about homelessness ("Modern Bummer"), smoking ("Smoking"), drugs (

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Dangerous 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Lord_Bojangles More than 1 year ago
Bill Hicks hooks you into his twisted ideologies with sociological concepts that make you question the status quo and reflect on our society as a whole... and he is funny as hell too. The quality of the audio isn't excellent but you have to take into account that the venue is probably small and it was th early 90's so you take what you can get as long as the contents are superb as these are. It is truly a great loss to not have him around anymore and it would have been interesting to see what he thought of this day in age. Great album...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago